MIAKONDA • LAND OF THE CRESCENT MOON
24-Hour Individual Ultra & Team Relay + 100K Trail Championship + 15K(ish)
Miakonda, the 6th oldest BSA camp in the United States welcomes you to the inaugural Miakonda Trail Ultra — a 24-hour race.
THIS RACE WILL SELL OUT
One price. No increases…but limited fields, so signup early to secure your spot in what is going to be the regions premier Labor Day Ultra and Trail Run event.
THE NORTH FACE PULLOVER
*Deadline for qualified registrants to receive this premium apparel item is May 16th. After this date, registrants will receive a different high quality brand. The North Face pullover is also available until the deadline as an add-on to any entry during the registration process.
- *100 INDIVIDUAL ULTRA SPOTS
- *150 100K CHAMPIONSHIP SPOTS
- 25 RELAY TEAMS (4-10 members each)
- 300 15K SPOTS
You’ll have exclusive access to this private, wooded and scenic location to run 50K, 50 miles, 100K, 100 miles, or the full twenty-four hours on this rolling trail in the individual ultra, or team relay class. Some participants choose to run individually and as the member of a team — you just have to signup for both separately. Tent Camping is available, or rent one of Miakonda’s thirteen cabins (we’ll put you in contact with Erie Shores Council directly to reserve a cabin).
Bring your off-road running shoes, as the Miakonda course is trail-rated, with a small amount on a wide, smooth, paved path around camp, operations and dining/cabin facilities. Visualize the route before your arrive — watch the course video to see it first-hand from the runner’s perspective.
USATF Sanctioned Course ID (sanctioning in process)
USATF 100K Championship (application in process)
Camp Miakonda at the DeVilbiss Scout Reservation is a 160 acre resident-type facility and is the 6th oldest Boy Scout camp in the United States. Thirteen rustic cabins are available for you to rent on race day, and a large parade field and ancillary areas are available to setup camp and personal aid stations. Four Adirondack sites (3-sided buildings), tent camping sites, a pool, lake (with fishing), chapel, indoor dining hall (with food service operation), Trading Post, Historical Museum, marked historical trail, and a Frontier Fort are all on-premises and accessible along the course.