The race is held on the rugged trails at Lake Sonoma, about 10 miles northwest of Healdsburg. The course is 86% single track and 9% dirt roads, with the first 2.4 miles on a paved country road.The race starts at 6:30 a.m. and has a 14-hour time limit.
|Male||7:07:14||Matthew Seidel||25||Emeryville, CA|
|2nd Male||7:13:26||Ben Koss||41||San Francisco, CA|
|3rd Male||7:20:59||Grant Hotaling||38||Healdsburg, CA|
|4th Male||7:33:30||Patrick Wachter||24||USA|
|Female||7:27:14||Brittany Charboneau||33||Denver. CO|
|2nd Female||7:37:59||Caitriona Jennings||41||Letterkenny, IRL|
|3rd Female||8:12:57||Svenja Espenhahn||35||Exshaw|
|4th Female||8:42:14||Becca Bramley||Centennial|
|M 40-49||7:13:26||Ben Koss||41||San Francisco|
|M 50-59||9:11:00||Daniel Barger||56||USA|
|M 60-69||10:00:42||Ronald Hess||60||USA|
|F 40-49||7:37:59||Caitriona Jennings||41||Letterkenny, IRL|
|F 50-59||9:58:12||Verity Breen||55||USA|
|F 60-69||10:49:11||Anne Johnson||60||Auburn, CA|
The course is an out-and-back circumnavigation of the Warm Springs Arm of Lake Sonoma. It is 86% single-track trail and 9% dirt fire roads, with the first 2.4 miles on pavement. The trail is relentlessly rolling with three significant climbs.
There is about 10,500 feet of elevation gain and an equal amount of loss over the 50 miles. Trail quality is generally good;there are very few rocks and almost no roots. However, much of the trail is seldom used and so you can expect a lot of leaves and sticks on the trail.
There are twelve creek crossings and it is likely that your feet will get wet in most – if not all – of them.