Hardrock 100
Hardrock New Board Members 2018

Hardrock Welcomes New Board Members

The Hardrock 100 Mile Endurance Run is proud to welcome new Board of Directors members Tom Stockton, Doug Hart and Mary Monroe Brown.

Approaching its 25th year of running, the Hardrock 100 Mile Endurance Run has expanded its Board of Directors from 9 to 11 members, following the lottery held on December 2, 2017. They each join the current Board of Directors after longtime involvement with the Southern Colorado running community.

Read the full release, and help us welcome Tom, Doug & Mary!

January Trail Work Update from Rick Trujillo

Ouray ice park_ morning of 1-6-2018

As most of you know, the Hardrock volunteer trail work is traditionally done over two consecutive days, usually the weekend before the Hardrock run proper. This year will be the 25th running of the Hardrock Hundred, with the start in Silverton at 6:00 am, Friday, July 20. Therefore, the 2018 Hardrock trail work volunteers work schedule is for the two consecutive days of Saturday, July 14 and Sunday July 15...Read more

Tommyknocker Tales - January

Check out Run Director Dale Garland's new monthly missive to this year's Hardrockers, the Tommyknocker Tales. In this issue:

  • Keeping Up With Hardrock
  • What about the snow?
  • What is a picture worth?
  • Hardrock gives back
  • Building better trails
  • Who are these guys?

Hardrock Lottery for 2018 Running

Here are the images of the lottery tickets drawn for the 2018 running of Hardrock, both Entrants and Wait Lists.

Here is the list of Entrants & Wait Lists as a PDF.

Here's the web listing, which will be kept up-to-date as the Wait List and Entrant lists shift between now and the start.

Thanks to all who applied, congrats to those drawn, and big invitation to come join us as crew, pacers, or volunteers to everyone else!

Hardrock 100 At a Glance

100-mile run with 33,050 feet of climb and 33,050 feet of descent for a total elevation change of 66,100 feet with an average elevation of 11,186 feet - low point 7,680 feet (Ouray) and high point 14,048 feet (Handies Peak).

All or part of this operation is conducted on Public Lands under special permit from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Forest Service.