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Fat Dog 120 Trail Race

Quick facts

Location Manning Park, Canada

Distance Ultra marathon

About Fat Dog 120 Trail Race

The Fat Dog 120 is a difficult point to point trail race with elevation gain (8672.7 metres) just less than Everest (8848 metres). It crosses three stunning provincial parks and one recreational area in British Columbia, BC: Cathedral Provincial Park, Cascades recreational area, E.C. Manning Provincial Park and Skagit Valley Provincial Park. Scenic, technical and non-technical trails with one river crossing. 


120 mile

  • 193.1208km

50 mile

  • 80.467km

40 mile

  • 64.3736km

70 mile

  • 112.6538km



Manning Park Lodge

After Race Services

Food for all runners and their crew will be provided. It will consist of breakfast foods, BBQ with hamburgers, chicken, pasta salads, chips, soft drinks and water. For $5, showers are available behind Manning Park Lodge in the Loon Lagoon.

Aid Stations

15 Aid Stations throughout the course. Aid stations will be stocked with the following foods and liquids: water, chips, Coke, energy drink, gels, CLIF bars, cookies, potatoes, sandwiches, soup, fruit, gummies, and other tasty treats.

Award Medals

Lightning Lake Belt buckle for finishers. Full colour awarded for 36 hours or less. Silver awarded for completion up to 48 hours.. First overall male and female finishers will receive a jacket with the race logo. Top record breaker gets cash prize.

Equipment Storage

Bag drop and at Manning Park Lodge.

Maximum Time

48 hrs


Parking available in Manning Park.


For the 120 mile, you should have completed 100 mile race previously OR Fat Dog 70 mile, OR a difficult race of less distance.


Bus transportation will be available to get to the start location.

Fat Dog 120 Trail Race Route Map

Fat Dog 120 Trail Race Route Map


Lakeview Creek Campground parking lot

Manning Park,ca


Lightning Lake

Manning Park,ca



Fat Dog 120 Trail Race Trivia

The 120 mile event is considered one of the top 9 toughest ultras in the world by Outside Online.

The race information has been found on the official website of the event or through publicly available sources. Always refer to the official website the latest race information. Please let us know if any data is wrong or missing, by emailing us.