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Hawk Hundred

Quick facts

Distance Ultra marathon

About Hawk Hundred

Trail run with rocky, rooty sections, and smooth flat sections. Scenic lake views. Beautiful shady woods. Two traverses of scenic Sanders’ Mound.

Distances

Marathon

  • 42.195km

50 Miler

  • 80.467km

100 Miler

  • 160.934km

Practicalities

Aid Stations

The Hawk Hundred is a fully-staffed race with three aids stations manned by experienced UltraRunners. Aid stations will offer Tailwind, water, Honey Stinger gels, chews and waffles and typical aid station food. If you have a "special needs diet," please contact the RD and your needs will be accommodated at the Start/Finish aid station. Following are the locations and distances runners will hit aid stations as they traverse the 25-mile course: Lands End: 4.5 miles – no crew access, drop bags, West Park Road: 10.5 and 13 miles – crew access, drop bags, Lands End: 18.5 miles – no crew access, drop bags, Start/Finish: 25 miles – crew access, drop bags.

Award Medals

All Runners will receive a long sleeve technical race shirt - gender specific. Top three male and female finishers in each race will receive a special award. 100 Mile Finishers will receive a unique buckle for sub 24 hours and sub 32 hours. 50 Mile Finisher Mug (handcrafted).

Equipment Storage

You may have drop bags at the start/finish aid station, the Lands End aid station and the West Park Road aid station.

Maximum Time

The 100- and 50-mile races will have a 32-hour cutoff.

Timing

Chip Timing provided by Race Day Timing Solutions.

Hawk Hundred Route Map

Hawk Hundred Route Map

Start:

US Army Corp of Engineers Overlook Pass

Lawrence,us

Highlights

The Clinton State Park is rich in natural beauty. Runners will be treated to many spectacular views along the course.

Overview

You’ll begin at the Start/Finish and run about an eighth of a mile to the trail head for the blue-blazed trail. Make a left turn onto the blue-blazed trail and follow it a couple hundred yards to the Sanders Mound trail. You’ll take a left and do a quick 1.1 mile out-and-back to the top of Sanders Mound. From there you’ll get back on the blue-blazed trail and head for the Lands End aid station.

From Lands End you’ll take the RED blazed trail for about 1 mile and then connect with the blue-blazed trail. You will follow the BLUE trail and after you cross the Park road and it will turn into the white-blazed trail 3.5 miles from Lands End 1 at a point known as Cactus Ridge.

The white-blazed trail will take you to the West Park Road aid station. From there, leave the trails and follow the signs, flags and ribbons along West Park Road, staying on the grass, to Bunker Hill. This is the Goodwin Loop. Complete the 2.5-mile Goodwin Loop, which includes a traverse of Bunker Hill, and return to the West Park Road aid station. You’ll then continue on the white-blazed trail back to the Lands End aid station.

Leaving Lands End you will continue on the white-blazed trail back to the Start/Finish aid station. This completes one loop of the course.

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.