High Lonesome 100

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Distance

100 Miles

Route Type

Loop

Highest Elevation

12,990ft.

Ascent

23,500 ft.

Difficulty

Very Difficult

Overview

THE HIGH LONESOME 100 is an ultramarathon that loops the southern end of Colorado’s Sawatch Range. With views that are matched only by its difficulty, this race is designed to take a runner’s breath away in every way.

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