Race - Sep 20, 2019
The vertical profile is basically a set of sharks teeth running up and down for maximum vertical gain and loss. Taking place around the ski resort town of Whistler, I'm sure a few people will be hoping the ski lifts will be running to help them up and down these monstrous peaks.
Need to Know
-Aid Stations, Drop Bag, and Finish Line Bags
-All races will have a finish line
-No pacers allowed
-Crew accessible aid stations
-Poles are allowed
-Mandatory gear list
Aid stations feature all the good stuff, courtesy of Nesters Market & Hammer: water, Hammer gel, Heed electrolyte, Coke, chips, fruit, nuts, cookies, soup, pickles, bacon, sandwiches, vegan options, and other surprises (each aid station is different).
100 mile finish: 48 hours
Crew Accessible Aid Stations:
Aid Station #1 on Alta Lake Road, at the Rainbow Lake Trail
Aid Station #2 at Trash Trail
a) waterproof breathable hooded jacket
b) emergency bivy (space blankets do not count)
e) toque or buff
f) full length pants or tights (it counts if you're wearing them)
g) long sleeve shirt (arm sleeves do not count, but it does count if you're wearing the long-sleeved shirt)
Since this race take place in September, keep your fingers crossed for no rain/clouds/snow. If the sky is clear, amazing views of Black Tusk, Rainbow, Wedge, Whistler, Blackcomb, Garibaldi, Fissile, and Overlord Mountains (among others) will reward your hard work. You'll climb up and down into the alpine, passing glacial lakes and suspension bridges. A ruggedly beautiful mission helped along with 10 aid stations and the best volunteers around.
Flora & Fauna
History & Background
Garry Robbins is the race director of WAM and probably one of the most dedicated and passionate race directors around. He will make you suffer and then hug you.
Shared By: Mikey Woz