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Resurrection Pass 50

Quick facts

Distance Ultra marathon

About Resurrection Pass 50

The Resurrection Pass 50 mile trail race is a low key, self-supported run between Hope and Cooper Landing, Alaska. Resurrection Pass Trail was a route used by early gold miners to access mining claims along Turnagain Arm. The trail is now a National Recreation Trail maintained by the US Forest Service.

The Resurrection Pass 50 will be in August. Runners will meet at the Resurrection Pass trail head in Hope. 

Resurrection Pass 50 Route Map

Resurrection Pass 50 Route Map

Start:

Resurrection Pass Trailhead, Cooper Landing

Cooper Landing, AK 99572, USA

Difficulty

hilly

Overview

50 Mile runners start at the Resurrection Pass Trailhead in Cooper Landing at the designated time and run up near Resurrection Pass before taking a right turn on the Devil's Pass trail junction. Follow Devil's Pass down 6 miles. Turn around and climb back to the junction to complete the 12 mile out and back. NOTE THAT RUNNERS WILL NOT DESCEND ALL THE WAY TO THE DEVIL'S PASS TRAILHEAD!!! Upon returning to the junction take a right turn and head North to the Resurrection Pass Trailhead in Hope.

The turnaround point will be manned and marks the one and only "aid" station on the course. Some snacks may be available and small drop bags will be accommodated if there are enough volunteers to pack them in.

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.