Hardrock 100

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We were made aware that runner Xavier Thevenard was given aid outside of an aid station. After careful consideration, investigation of the facts, and conversations with the affected parties, it was confirmed that Xavier was met at a roadside two miles outside of Ouray and given ice and water. The decision has regrettably been made to disqualify Xavier from this year's Hardrock. Our rules protect the integrity of Hardrock and the values of fairness and sportsmanship for all participants. While the violation was clear and substantive, we do not feel it was made with malicious intent, and invite Xavier to join the lottery for future Hardrocks.

HARDROCK APPROVED TO USE OURAY BEAR CREEK TRAIL

A week ago, the downpour that caused a temporary closure of Highway 550 also damaged the Ouray Bear Creek trail. The trail has been and remains officially closed to the public. Hardrock's use of this key portion of our course was in doubt, and a rush of contingency plans had been designed.

Less than an hour ago, a conference call concluded with USFS representatives regarding Hardrock using the Bear Creek trail. They have APPROVED our use of the Bear Creek trail for the period of time it takes for our runners to move through the area between Ouray and Engineer Pass.

We will have a limited crew of highly experienced trail workers on the trail this week to make emergency repairs.

This does NOT mean that the trail is open to the general public, or to Hardrock runners any time except during the run. Please respect the closure and add to the goodwill Hardrock has built with the forest service that has helped this approval take place.

So Many Thanks to Dale Garland, Megan Finnesy, Rick Trujillo and Charlie Thorn for doing all that you did to make this happen!!

Course Marking Schedule Updates

For those looking to join in the daily Course Marking expeditions, the schedule has been updated due to some temporary road closures from yesterday's storm. See the schedule, or simply stop by Charlie's house (1338 Reese) for the latest

Camp Hardrock 2018

Camp Hardrock is a way for all of the Hardrock community to come together and learn, share and interact with each other. It also includes administrative things that you have to do.

All events are open to you and your family and friends and we encourage you to join us for as many as you'd like.

This schedule replaces any schedule you may have seen in our Runner's Manual or on our website

Download the full schedule of events

Joel Zucker Memorial Scholarship

The Joel Zucker Memorial Scholarship is awarded by the Hardrock Hundred Endurance Run to San Juan Mountain High School seniors or to seniors from the region with a connection to the run. Additional scholarships are given to former recipients to continue their undergraduate education. Students must apply in writing and be interviewed to qualify.

Congratulations 2018 Scholarship Continuing Education Awardees:

  • Miranda Hall - $5000
  • Megan Levine - $3000
  • Derrick Zanoni - $3000
  • Hannah Dekay - $3000
  • Kayla Zimmerman - $3000
  • Gerardo Acosta - $3000
  • Marley Roberts - $3000
  • Will Custer - $3000
  • Talitha Coombs - $3000

Download the announcement flyer and contributor list for 2018: THANK YOU!

Rideshare!

Help reduce traffic on our backcountry roads, save some gas, help everyone park closer to the aid stations, and make new friends!
For both those offering rides & seeking rides, please fill out your info here.

The Run Is On!

After consulting with various stakeholders including community members, the Bureau of Land Management, the U.S. Forest Service, and members of the Hardrock run committee, Hardrock Hundred Run Director Dale Garland announced today that the 2018 Hardrock Hundred will be held as planned on July 20th-22nd, 2018 on the published Hardrock clockwise course.

"I want to thank the entire Hardrock community for your patience, understanding and support as we worked through the impacts of the 416 and Burro fires as they related to this year's Hardrock," said Garland. He then added, "We're excited that we will be able to have everybody join us for this year's Hardrock as we celebrate our silver running!"

Read the full press release

2018 Runner & Volunteer Manuals

The 2018 Runner and Volunteer Manuals have been released! Get all the key information for your upcoming adventure in the San Juans! All runners are to have read the Runners Manual in its entirety.

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.