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Florida Skydive Ultra Run

Quick facts

Distance Ultra marathon - 50km

About Florida Skydive Ultra Run

Skydive Spaceland, Clewiston has been in the same location for over 26 years with one of the best safety records in the industry. It is surrounded by 2 square miles of airport and endless acres of sugar cane fields so landing obstacles are few and far between. Lake Okeechobee, the United States second largest freshwater lake, is located 4 miles north of our drop zone and presents a spectacular view and gorgeous scenic backdrop. This venue makes the perfect location to host the annual Skydive Ultra Run.

Start your watch and climb aboard the airplane for the ride up to 13,500 feet where you will leap out of a moving plane to begin your run. The 120 mph, 2 mile (approx 10k feet) free-fall will last 50 seconds before you pull the parachute on your tandem skydive and quietly and calmly float (3,000 feet) back down to the safety of earth. Upon landing you will immediately climb out of your parachute and begin running to complete the world’s first ever "Skydiving Ultra".


Skydive Ultra 100K Run

  • 100km

Skydive 10 km

  • 10km

Skydive Ultra 50 km Run

  • 50km

Skydive Ultra 50M Run

  • 80.467km

Skydive Marathon

  • 42.195km

Skydive Half Marathon

  • 21.097km

Skydive Ultra 100M Run

  • 160.934km



Camping is allowed on-site.

After Race Services

Bathrooms and showers will be available on site.

Aid Stations

There will be the typical aid station food and supplies. You can anticipate some fruits, some chips and salty stuff, some soda options, sammich's, candies, Vaseline and salt pills.

Award Medals

All finishers receive a finishers medal.

Equipment Storage

The start/finish will be accessible on every loop where you can utilize your personal supplies.

Maximum Time

10 hrs


Chip Timing

Florida Skydive Ultra Run Route Map

Florida Skydive Ultra Run Route Map


Skydive Spaceland



Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum 

Clewiston Museum

Dixie Crystal Theatre

Lake Okeechobee


The Skydive Ultra course is a simplified single loop measuring approximately 7.25 miles. It’s a comfortable dirt and grass path that meanders around the skydiving landing area and through the local farming fields. There is no elevation change what-so-ever (aside from the 13,500 foot descent at the start J). Bring a hat and sunscreen as there’s no shade or cover to protect you from the Florida sun. 

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.