1 Crew Vehicle per Runner
You may use the parking lot here for carpooling.
For the locations of the aid stations see the Aid Station Page
Pacers are allowed from Right Hand Fork (mile 37) to the finish. Runners over the age of 60 may have a pacer from start to finish. Pacers may not carry food, water, or equipment for their runner (muling). Vehicle pacing is not allowed. Pay attention to which aid stations are crew accessible for swapping out pacers. Pacer swapping outside of allowed aid stations is not allowed and may result in disqualification. Only one pacer at a time is allowed except for the final mile where there isn’t a limit.
Pacers starting at RHF must continue all the way to Tony Grove (15 Miles). No pacer pickup is allowed at Temple Fork. A pacer may start at Temple Fork but must be dropped off. No crew lingering at Temple Fork Aid waiting for a pacer unless you have been allowed to use Temple Fork Aid.
The Race starts at 06:00 @ Hyrum Gibbons/Mount Logan Park, located at 1400 East 350 South in Logan.
- Go up (East) Center Street in Logan.
- Work your way up the hill until you come to Eastridge.
- Turn right on Eastridge.
- Continue south east to 1400 East.
- The park will be straight ahead.
- Do not park overnight at the park. It is allowed to leave a vehicle on the road near the park.
Aid Station Accessibility (for Crew)
Leatham Hollow (Mile 19.7): (CREW)
About 1 mile past the turn-off from the canyon road, you will reach the end of pavement. You must stop and park near the gate and walk up the road 1/4 mile to the aid station. You can’t park right at the Aid Station as there is limited parking there. Don’t block the road.
Right Hand Fork (Mile 37): (New for 2022 – Limited Crew Only)
Crews may access ONLY 1 of these aid stations (RHF or Temple Fork). All other crew spots are open to all crews (1 crew vehicle per runner).
Temple Fork (Mile 45.1): (Limited Crew Only – See Right Hand Fork)
DO NOT PARK ON HIGHWAY 89 AT TEMPLE FORK. You will be cited by the Highway Patrol. NO CREWS ALLOWED UNLESS YOU HAVE A PASS! You may drop off a pacer but you may not pick up a pacer. Any pacer that started at RHF must continue to pace to Franklin Basin Aid. The area for dropping off pacers is right after you turn off the highway. You must drop off the pacer and leave immediately. Please help us comply so we can continue to hold the race in following years. This is closely watched by the policeman who is helping keep runners safe on this dangerous road.
Tony Grove Aid (Mile 52): (CREW)
After leaving Right Hand Fork or Temple Fork you drive up the canyon to the Tony Grove Turnoff. There is a parking lot there that is handy for carpooling and chilling for a bit. You will then drive for approximately 6 miles to the ‘backcountry trailhead’. It is on your left, near the end of the road, just before arriving at the campground and lake parking lot. This aid station (may) now require a fee to park here due to a recent forest service maintenance requirement. The fee usually isn’t enforced after Labor Day, but we don’t have any control of that. Parking is very limited here and you must have the Crew Parking pass displayed. There is a lot of parking at the highway turnoff if you want to carpool like previously mentioned.
Franklin Basin (Mile 61.5):
Head down the canyon back to Highway 89. Turn left (north) on Highway 89 and continue up the Canyon about 3 miles to the Franklin Basin road, turn left. The parking lot is on your left at the pit toilet. You must park here and walk in the 1/3 mile to the aid station. Do not drive to the aid. This is a requirement for all support crews. Only aid station vehicles will be allowed at the aid.
Logan River: (Mile 68.6) (NO CREW) Logan River aid station will not be accessible to crew. Pacers and crew may attend to their runners at Franklin Basin Road aid station or at Beaver Mountain aid stations. Crews attempting to attend to their runners along the Franklin Basin Road will subject their runner to disqualification. Please help us maintain a safe event that complies with the Forest Service’s wishes.
Beaver Mountain (Mile 75.9):
From the Franklin Basin road, go back to the Logan Canyon Highway, turn left (east) and go about 3 miles to the Beaver Mountain left turn. It is about 1-½ miles up the paved road to Beaver Mountain. At this point you will enter a large parking lot, with campsites on your left. Three flag poles are in front of the ski lodge straight ahead. As you look at the lodge, go right, uphill. This is the road to the aid station. Park anywhere near here that is available and proceed on foot. Be considerate of the campers.
Beaver Creek Campground (Mile 85.6):
From Beaver Mountain, go back down the paved road 1 mile, turn left and head up Beaver Creek road 011 (not signed). Stay to the right and be warned that this is a rough road. I have made it successfully with an Outback but that doesn’t mean it is easy. Passenger cars are not recommended on this 4 mile rough road. High clearance vehicles only.
Ranger Dip (Mile 92.2):
From Beaver Creek, go back down to the Logan Canyon Highway, and turn left. It is about 3 miles to the Swan Flat road. Turn left onto this dirt road, and go about 5 miles, take the right fork, and there will be the aid station at the trailhead. Passenger cars can make the journey although it is bumpy. It is smoother than Beaver Creek Campground.
Go back the way you came from Ranger Dip AS to highway 89. Turn left, over the summit, and down to Bear Lake at Garden City. At Garden City turn left (north) on Highway 89. Cross into Idaho, and in about 3 miles you will reach Fish Haven. On the left you will see a restaurant called Gladys’s Place. Turn left at Gladys’s Place (Fish Haven Canyon Road). The finish is 3/4 mile up this road on your left
Fish Haven Creek Lodge (681 Fish Haven Canyon Rd).