The Wasatch 100 is an extremely scenic race and probably one of the toughest 100 miles in the country! The race is also the last race of the Grand Slam of ultrarunning. The run stretches from East Mountain Wilderness Park, Utah to Soldier Hollow, Utah and covers some of the most beautiful scenery the Wasatch Mountains have to offer. There is a cumulative elevation gain of approximately 25,763 feet, as well as a cumulative loss of approximately 25,252 feet throughout the course. This is a must do run that will test the endurance of any mountain trail runner. For more information please visit the


Our Video from the 2013 Wasatch 100 Mile Endurance Run! Music by Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band "Night Moves" and Alexi Murdoch "Toward the Sun". Hope you enjoy! Congrats again to all of the runners and a big thanks to the race directors and volunteers. Here is a FACEBOOK link

Video of the 2010 Wasatch 100 Mile Endurance run. It was an amazing race to be a part of. Whenever I venture out on the trails and watch these athletes compete in what is known as the ultimate endurance challenge, I feel such a positive energy from everyone. Thanks for watching.


2013 Wasatch 100 Facebook Gallery (63 photos)
2010 Wasatch 100 MPF Gallery (120 photos)

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