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Wild Hare Trail Run

Quick facts

Distance Ultra marathon - 50km

About Wild Hare Trail Run

Bluff Creek Ranch located in the rolling hills 60 miles east of Austin, is a working cattle ranch that has the distinction of being the first Mountain Bike Ranch in Texas. There are 8 miles of well shaded, rolling, single track trails that wind through hardwoods and pines. This is the venue for the annual Ultra marathon, Wild Hare.

As the name implies, this race is a fast, frolic on a course of constantly changing terrain. It’s a short 8mi loop, part of which is a mountain bike style roller coaster of twists & turns with shallow dips and 180 degree turns, another part open field which is fast and easy, and also a few climbs/descents over the bluff.



  • 10km


  • 50km


  • 25km

50 Mile

  • 80.467km



Camping available at the start/finish.

Aid Stations

The aid stations begin with all the basics: water, Tailwind, Coke, Mountain Dew, Ginger Ale, salted items in pretzels and chips, sugars in candies, plus cookies, and pb&j sandwiches. Also, we usually find some fresh fruits.

Award Medals

Awards for Top male and female. Every finisher gets a commemorative medal to honor their achievement.

Maximum Time

15 hrs


There is plenty of parking near the start.


A food truck will be there for food purchases, should you or your crew need something a bit more to eat. Plenty of variety.


Chip Timing


Bluff Creek Ranch



This course is mixed. The first part is a twisty, slightly rolling blast, taking you in and out of dry creek beds with plenty of 180 degree turns. There is one 50 yard long hill which drops into the back forty, which is all flat. Then you have to climb back out again, for a bit more twists into the finish.

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.