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Orcas Island 100

Quick facts

Distance Ultra marathon

About Orcas Island 100

Orcas is a special island. More rugged than Lopez yet less crowded than San Juan Island, it has struck a delicate balance between friendliness and frostiness, development and preservation, tourist dollars and priceless privacy – for the time being at least. The growth of tourism is a distinctly modern development and an inevitable consequence of Orcas’ refreshing get-away-from-it-all location.

With that said, the Orcas Island 100 Mile Ultra is the place to be, it is apart of the Rainshadow Running Series. Whether you’re a Rainshadow veteran, or brand new to our race series, we’re glad you’ve found us here!

With some of the most beautiful and challenging trail ultras throughout the Northwest, Rainshadow Races will leave you wondering: Why run anywhere else?

Distances

Orcas Island 100

  • 160.934km

Practicalities

Aid Stations

FIVE full aid stations each 25.2-mile loop: Mountain Lake, Mt. Pickett, Cascade Lake, Mt. Constitution and Camp Moran.

Qualifications

ALL entrants must have completed an organized trail 50-miler with at least 7,000 feet of gain between January and December of the previous year, AND/OR an organized trail 100k with at least 8,500 feet of gain, AND/OR have completed any organized trail 100-miler from the past 2 years; there should be no confusion your qualifier is a “trail” run.

Refreshments

All aid stations will be fully stocked with water, assorted GU (gels) + GU Brew, chips, fresh fruit, chocolate, pb & j sandwiches (and tortillas), Trail Butter, soda, hot water, hot soup/broth, and a wide variety of various other tasty ultra fare. We promise to take good care of you and keep you well-fueled while you're running, but please bring what you'll want most during your race, and/or make sure it's with your crew/in your drop bags.

Orcas Island 100 Route Map

Orcas Island 100 Route Map

Start:

Camp Moran State Park

Orcas Island,us

Difficulty

mountain

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.