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Welcome to the Standhope Ultra Challenge (the SUC)! This is a four day, 83 mile point-to-point stage race through the Smoky & Pioneer Mountains on August 12th-15th, 2015, going along with previous year’s 60K and 25K. This is not a beginner-level ultra. The race peaks out at 11,000 feet over rough terrain and passes along the shores of Goat Lake, the highest lake in Idaho. Entrants will be rewarded with a truly breathtaking mountain run. Check out the Course page for topo maps and an elevation profile. To connect with other runners, visit our Facebook page.

News & Updates:

  • Registration is currently open!
  • 2 person teams will be allowed for the SUC.  Please see the stage race page for more info.
  • ARPKD/CHF Fundraiser: Contact the RD for info on a free race entry. Contact info is on the Registration page.
  • We will have a shuttle!  It will be very limited.  It can be purchased at registration.  If you have already registered, please contact the RD immediately.  More info on the Info Page.
  • Capping the race at 200 total entrants!  Get in while it’s still good…
  • Listen to the official Standhope 60k Theme Song, composed by your RD Ben Trail Thrasher Blessing.
  • We now have an imgur gallery!  Check it out: http://imgur.com/a/bQDkp
  • Like us on Facebook and Twitter!  It is hard to believe it, but we are less than 6 months out now!
  • Hank Dart’s pictures are here.
  • Brian’s report for the Times News in Twin Falls is here.

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The official charity of the Standhope 60K Ultramarathon is the ARPKD/CHF Alliance. Let’s find a cure for this kidney disease!

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