LEADVILLE TRAIL 100 MTB
This is it, the race of all races. One hundred miles across the high-altitude, extreme terrain of the Colorado Rockies, this event was created for only the most determined athletes. Starting at 10,152 feet and climbing to 12,424 feet, you’ll be challenged to catch your breath — while the views try to take it away.
The 100-mile out-and-back course is in the midst of the Colorado Rockies. Low point, 9,200 feet; high point is Columbine Mine, 12,424 feet. Majority is on forest trails with some mountain roads.
Please note: Due to safety restrictions on the course wheelchair participation is not permitted.
Full aid stations will be at these locations:
Pipeline (outbound at about 26 miles)
The base of Twin Lakes Dam (outbound at about 40 miles)
Columbine Mine (at 50 miles)
Twin Lakes Dam (return at about 60 miles)
Pipeline (return at about 74 miles)
There will also be an express aid station located at Carter Summit on Turquoise Lake (at about mile 11 and mile 89). This location will not be a drop bag point. Aid station supplies include, but are not limited to: Hot Shot, GU (including gels, Roctane), Coca-Cola products, fruit (such as bananas, oranges and watermelon), cookies, potato chips, mini candy bars, pretzels, crackers, and PB&J sandwiches.