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Ray Miller 50/50

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Distanz Ultramarathon - 50km

Über Ray Miller 50/50

The Santa Monica Mountains is a coastal mountain range in Southern California, paralleling the Pacific Ocean. It is part of the Transverse Ranges, because of its proximity to densely populated regions, it is one of the most visited natural areas in California.

The Ray Miller 50k is a beautiful trail race running on scenic trails in some of the most remote parts of the Santa Monica Mountains Back-country.  They named the race Ray Miller as he spent years taking care of the trail system through out Point Mugu State Park, after he passed the park system named the main trail head from the La Jolla Canyon parking lot ofter him. 

Littered with mostly single track trails this is a trail runners dream course. With sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean throughout the day, this course is absolutely stunning, and every climb you will be rewarded with draw dropping views of the ocean and deep valleys.

PRAKTISCHE INFORMATIONEN

Unterkunft

Lodging available at: BEST WESTERN Camarillo Inn, MOTEL 6 - Camarillo, Country Inn and Suites and North Beach Campground Malibu.

Service nach dem Lauf

Finish line food include: Vegan chili, Minestrone soup, Subway sandwiches, and free beer.

Versorgungsstationen

Aid stations will provide: Clif gels, Clif blocks, Clif electrolyte drink, Salt Stick salt pills, tons of sweet and salty snacks, almond butter and jelly sandwiches, fresh cut up oranges, strawberries, watermelon, and ice if its warm.

Auszeichnungen

All runners will receive a finisher medal, mug, and race day tech shirt.

Maximale Zeit

11 hrs

Parken

Park along PCH before the park entrance once lot fills. Volunteers will be on hand to direct you where to park on race morning.

Ray Miller 50/50 Routenkarte

Ray Miller 50/50 Routenkarte

Start:

Ray Miller Trailhead

Malibu,us

HIGHLIGHTS

Santa Monica Mountains

Pacific Ocean

ÜBERBLICK

 This course starts out at the Ray Miller trail, and follows this for 2.8 miles to the very top where it intersects Overlook/Fireline . Go left here. Follow until at the 4.8 mile marker you will come across the hell hill aid station. Go left here onto La Jolla Valley Fireroad. Make an immediate left onto La Jolla Valley Loop Trail. Follow for one mile, and stay straight at your first intersection. Follow another mile where you will reach the intersection of the La Jolla Canyon trail. Go RIGHT here, and stay on the La Jolla Valley Loop Trail. Follow this to the Mugu Peak Loop Trail intersection staying left here. Do not take the La Jolla Valley connector trails. Follow Mugu Peak all the way around the peak. Stay left at the intersection before running down hill. When you encounter the Chumash Trail intersection stay right here and keep following Mugu Peak Trail. At mile 9 you will come across the La Jolla Valley Loop trail. Stay straight here. Do not go right.

 At mile 10 you will encounter the intersection of La Jolla Valley Connector Trail. Once again stay straight here, and do not go right. Follow the trail until it turns back into La Jolla Valley Fireroad. This will lead you back to the Hell Hill aid station, and you will now be at mile 11. When you arrive go left onto the Guadalasco Trail. Follow for a few miles staying right and both intersections you encounter. Eventually you will dump out onto Wood Canyon Fireroad. Go right here. Follow 3/4 of a mile until you reach the intersection of Hell Hill. Go right here. Follow all the way back up to the very top. You will now be at mile 16, and this will be your third time hitting Hell Hill aid station. At the top stay left onto Overlook/Fireline. Follow for just a 1/4 mile, and then make an immediate left onto the Backbone Trail. Follow this down and to your left, and take for 1.5 miles all the way until it dead ends at Sycamore Canyon Fireroad. Go left here, and stay on the fireroad until you reach Danielson Ranch aid station on your left. You will now be at mile 19. 

Go through Danielson Ranch, and follow the dirt path to the sign for Chamberlin Trail. Get onto this, and follow for 1.8 miles to the top. When you reach the intersection for Boney Mountain stay straight here. Do not go left. Follow another 1.2 miles to the very top where you will reach the intersection of Chamberlin trail. Stay straight here! You will eventually come to the junction of the Old Boney Trail. 

Make a left turn here, toward Serrano Canyon, There is a junction where you will head left up a hill that will eventually take you to the Serrano Valley Trail and then Serrano Canyon Trail. Go right here, and follow this through the creek all the way until you exit Serrano Canyon. You will then meet Sycamore Canyon Fireroad where you will find water at a faucet, and your last aid station. Go left on Sycamore Canyon to Fireline trail. Take a right on Fireline Trail to the Overlook Trail, take a right on Overlook Trail the Ray Miller.... Take Ray Miller to the Finish line. You have now ran 31 miles.

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