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Worlds End 50k Ultramarathon

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31.7 mile 51.0 kilometer loop
89% Runnable
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Elevation

Ascent: 4,996' 1,523 m
Descent: -4,996' -1,523 m
High: 1,975' 602 m
Low: 1,085' 331 m

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Avg Grade: 6% (3°)
Max Grade: 47% (25°)

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A challenging 50k foot race that explores the Loyalsock Trail, Loyalsock State Forest, and Worlds End State Park.

David Walker

Features Lake · River/Creek · Views · Waterfall · Wildlife

Overview

The 50k route is largely rugged, scenic-dense singletrack trails with some fairly remote sections, several waterfalls and multiple vistas of the beautiful Endless Mountains.

Description

The course is predominantly rugged singletrack that winds it's way through the the Endless Mountains in the Loyalsock State Forest and Worlds End State Park. Your effort will reward you with beautiful overlooks such as High Rock Vista, and Canyon Vista, along with spectacular cascades and falls like Double Run. You'll pass many interesting rock formations, take in the tranquility of Sones Pond and you may even see a bald eagle soar beside you as you traverse the rocky ledge of trail that overhangs the Loyalsock Creek.

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Sones Pond
Mar 11, 2015 near Laporte, PA

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