Superior Fall Trail Races Ultra Marathon

Volunteer Jobs

Review all of the information for the job that you have been assigned to and print what you need.  A list of volunteer assignments can be found HERE.

 

Medical Support - Finish Line

Day: Saturday Start: 4:30 AM Finish: 10:30 PM

Report To: Caribou Highlands / Race Director

Description: Medical personnel to staff finish line and be on-call for medial incidents at finish line or ready to be dispatched elsewhere on the course.  Medical room adjacent to finish line will be available for medical team and medical incidents / triage.

Responsibilities: Medical Support

Related Information:

For Emergencies Dial 911

Two Harbors / Lake County For use from Two Harbors, Gooseberry Falls (Race Start) to Crosby Manitou

Lakeview Memorial Hospital 325 11th Avenue Two Harbors, MN 55616-1360 (218) 834-7300

Lake County Sheriffs Office Lake County Law Enforcement Center 613 Third Avenue Two Harbors, MN 55616 (218) 834-8385

 

Grand Marais / Cook County For use from Temperance River to Lutsen / Caribou Highlands (Race Finish)

Cook County North Shore Hospital and Care Center 515 5th Ave West Grand Marais MN 55604 218-387-3040

Cook County Sheriffs Office Cook County Law Enforcement Center 143 Gunflint Trl Grand Marais, MN 55604 (218)387-3030

Medical Support - Floater

Day: Friday – Saturday Start: Friday 7:30 AM Finish: Saturday 10:30 PM

Report To: Gooseberry Falls State Park (100 Mile Start) / Race Director John S. – Trail Sweeping Coordinator Matt L.

Description: Medical personnel to shadow course sweeping team and be present at aid stations just prior to them closing and available for dispatch to other areas of course if needed.

Responsibilities: Medical – first responder.  Triage / assess medical needs – call in additional support if needed.

Related Information:

For Emergencies Dial 911

Two Harbors / Lake County For use from Two Harbors, Gooseberry Falls (Race Start) to Crosby Manitou

Lakeview Memorial Hospital 325 11th Avenue Two Harbors, MN 55616-1360 (218) 834-7300

Lake County Sheriffs Office Lake County Law Enforcement Center 613 Third Avenue Two Harbors, MN 55616 (218) 834-8385

 

Grand Marais / Cook County For use from Temperance River to Lutsen / Caribou Highlands (Race Finish)

Cook County North Shore Hospital and Care Center 515 5th Ave West Grand Marais MN 55604 218-387-3040

Cook County Sheriffs Office Cook County Law Enforcement Center 143 Gunflint Trl Grand Marais, MN 55604 (218)387-3030

HAM Radio / Communications

Day: Friday – Saturday Start: Friday 7:30 AM Finish: Saturday 10:30 PM

Report To: Ham Radio Coordinator Rick J.

Description: Provide communications for race – a team will be stationed at each aid station.  Assignments / times will be provided and emailed to HAM Radio team by HAM Radio Coordinator

Responsibilities: Communications

Related Information: NA

Equipment Crew - Main Supply

Day: Thursday – Sunday Start: Thurs 12:01 PM Finish: Sunday 12:01 PM

Report To: Two Harbors Community Center – Race Director

Description: Distribute supplies to each aid station from main supply truck along the course and pick up supplies when aid stations close.

Responsibilities: Drive supply truck from Twin Cities to Two Harbors Communtiy Center on Thursday – arrive by 3:30 PM.  Fill water, buy ice in town at “Super 1″ Grocery Store and load , final provisions, load drop bags.  Stay overnight at Grand Superior Lodge with RD team.  Mobilize to race start on Friday AM by 6:30 AM.  Immediately after race start, begin supply distribution.  Drop supplies at least 2 hours prior to aid station open time, staying in contact with HAM radio operators on current pace of front-runners, make adjustments, provide stop-gap or open aid stations if front-runners are beating projected open times.  Distribute last supplies to final aid station locations just before sun-down on Friday.  Rest at Caribou Highlands.  Assist with resupply as needed.  Start back at 1st aid station to pickup supplies.  Packup and organize all supplies in truck for return trip to Twin Cities on Sunday.

Related Information: http://fall.superiortrailrace.com/race-info/aid-stations-maps-data/

Equipment Crew - Roving Supply

Day: Thursday – Sunday Start: Thurs 12:01 PM Finish: Sunday 12:01 PM

Report To: Two Harbors Community Center – Race Director

Description: Work with “Main Supply” to Distribute supplies to each aid station – Roving supply will distribute and pickup Drop-Bags, Generators and will carry extra supplies to resupply aid stations as needed.  Roving supply will be equiped with HAM Radio Operator.

Responsibilities: Drive cargo van from Twin Cities to Two Harbors Communtiy Center on Thursday – arrive by 3:30 PM.  Help fill water, buy ice in town at Super 1 Grocery Store and load , final provisions, load drop bags.  Stay overnight at Grand Superior with RD team.  Mobilize to race start on Friday AM by 6:30 AM.  Immediately after race start, begin supply distribution.  Drop main supplies at least 2 hours prior to aid station open time, Deliver drop bags and generator only when aid station workers are present.  Be at aid stations at closing time to pickup drop bags and generators and any extra supplies / water to be redistibuted up the course.  Deliver drop bags to the finish line. Staying in contact with communication team on current pace of front-runners, make adjustments, provide stop-gap or open aid stations if front-runners are beating projected open times.

Related Information:

http://fall.superiortrailrace.com/race-info/aid-stations-maps-data/

Course Marking

Day: Thursday Start: 6:30 AM Finish: 5:00 PM

Report To: Caribou Highlands Townhomes – Marking Coordinator Matt L.

Description: Mark in groups of two a 5 to 12 mile section of trail.  Meet at Caribou Highlands Townhomes (look for trail markers to find the townhome) by 6:30 AM

Responsibilities: Need to be strong / athletic for this position.

Related Information:

http://fall.superiortrailrace.com/race-info/aid-stations-maps-data/

Course Sweeping

Day: Friday – Saturday Start: Friday 7:00 AM Finish: Saturday 10:30 PM

Report To: Sweeping Coordinator per his schedule TBD – Matt L.

Description: Course Sweeping

Responsibilities: Follow last runner picking up flags, looking for runners in distress and enforce cutoffs (to be done by Sweeping Coordinator Matt L.)  Assignments and times to be made by Matt L.

Related Information:

http://fall.superiortrailrace.com/race-info/aid-stations-maps-data/

Equipment Crew - Main Supply

Day: Thursday – Sunday Start: Thurs 12:01 PM Finish: Sunday 12:01 PM

Report To: Two Harbors Community Center – Race Director

Description: Distribute supplies to each aid station from main supply truck along the course and pick up supplies when aid stations close.

Responsibilities: Drive supply truck from Twin Cities to Two Harbors Communtiy Center on Thursday – arrive by 3:30 PM.  Fill water, buy ice in town at Super 1 Grocery Store and load , final provisions, load drop bags.  Stay overnight at Grand Superior with RD team.  Mobilize to race start on Friday AM by 7:00 AM.  Immediately after race start, begin supply distribution.  Drop supplies at least 2 hours prior to aid station open time, staying in contact with HAM radio operators on current pace of front-runners, make adjustments, provide stop-gap or open aid stations if front-runners are beating projected open times.  Distribute last supplies to final aid station locations just before sun-down on Friday.  Rest at Caribou Highlands.  Start back at 1st aid station to pickup supplies.  Packup and organize all supplies in truck for return trip to Twin Cities on Sunday.

Related Information:

http://fall.superiortrailrace.com/race-info/aid-stations-maps-data/

100 Mile Packet Pickup

Day: Thursday Start: 4:00 PM Finish: 9:00 PM

Report To: Race Director @ Two Harbors Community Center – 417 South Ave., Two Harbors, MN, 55616

Description: Packet pickup and the pre-race meal start at 5:00 PM and go until 8:00 PM. There is a mandatory pre-race meeting for runners starting at 6:30 PM which will last around 30 to 40 minutes.

Responsibilities: Helping to setup packet pickup. Help with packet pickup for the 100 mile race – getting runners their numbers, shirts, sweatshirts etc., answering questions etc. Help with tearing down and picking up packet pickup.

Related Information: NA

100 Mile Race Start

Day: Friday Start: 6:30 AM Finish: 8:30 AM

Report To: Race Director @ 100 Mile Start Gooseberry Falls State Park Visitors Center

Description: Help Check in runners and facilitate the start of the race

Responsibilities: Unload equipment, make coffee, check in runners,  clean-up, pack-up

Related Information: NA

50 Mile and Marathon Packet Pickup

Day: Friday Start: 4:00 PM Finish: 8:00 PM

Report To: Race Director @ Caribou Highlands Mountain-View Conference Room

Description: Help check-in runners, answer questions, sell merchandise etc.

Responsibilities: Unload equipment, make coffee, check in runners, answer questions, sell merchandise, clean-up, pack-up.

Related Information:

50 Mile Race Start

Day: Saturday Start: 5:00 AM Finish: 6:30 AM

Report To: Race Director @ Findland Rec Center / Superior Hiking Trail Trail-Head

Description:  Help Check in runners and facilitate the start of the race

Responsibilities:

Related Information: http://fall.superiortrailrace.com/race-info/aid-stations-maps-data/

Marathon Race Start

Day: Saturday Start: 6:30 AM Finish: 8:30 AM

Report To: Race Director @ Cramer Road / Superior Hiking Trail Trail-Head

Description: Help Check in runners and facilitate the start of the race

Responsibilities:

Related Information:

Finish Line

Day: Saturday Start: 4:00 AM Finish: 10:30 PM

Report To: Race Director or John P. @ Caribou Highlands Patio (adjacent to pool)

Description: Work finish line area of the Superior 100, 50 and Moose Mountain Marathon

Responsibilities: Help with timing, tracking runners, collecting chips, handing out medals, assisting runners, keep food and drink replenished, clean-up and tear-down.

Related Information:  NA

Final Cleanup - Saturday Night

Day: Saturday  Start: 7:30 PM Finish: 11:00 PM

Report To: Race Director or John P. @ Finish Line / Caribou Highlands Patio / Pool Area

Description: Final Clean-Up, Tear Down and Haul-Out

Responsibilities:

Related Information: NA

Floater

Day: Thursday – Saturday Start: Thursday 3:30 PM Finish:  Saturday 10:30 PM

Report To: Race Director

Description: Shadow / Assist Race Director

Responsibilities: Stay with race director to act as right-hand

Related Information: NA

Aid Station - Split Rock

Important: Note that the aid station open and close times listed below are projections based on current course record times – you should  plan to arrive at least 1 hour before the listed open time to allow ample time to setup your aid station and be ready for the first runner.  That being said, it is best to arrive as early as possible as this is an art not a science – bring a book, enjoy the woods and wait for the first runner!

Day: Friday

Open: 9:00 AM

Close: 11:00 AM

Cutoff: No Cutoff

Report To: Split Rock Aid Station / Aid Station Captain - DIRECTIONS (Google map directions show where to park only – volunteers park at the Split Rock Wayside then walk north on the shoulder of Highway 61 crossing over the river to the spur trail on the West / Left side of the road, walk approx .20 miles up trail to aid station.)  Race director and Supply team will head to this location immediately after the start of the 100 mile as well.

Description: Mile 9.7 - The Split Rock Aid Station serves the 100 mile race only.  It is 9.7 miles from the Start and 10.3 miles to the next aid station (Beaver Bay).  Aid station supplies will be dropped off in advance of your arrival –  There are no drop bags at this aid station.  There will be HAM Radio Operators at each aid station to handle race communications.  Crew / spectator access is not allowed at this aid station.  Spectators may park in the Split Rock wayside parking lot and hike the spur-trail directly out of the parking lot to see their runners (approximately a couple miles before the aid station) they are not allowed to administer aid at this locaiton however, just spectate.   Please tear down and pack up aid station supplies before you leave for pickup by the Equipment Crew.

Responsibilities: Work the aid station - read AID STATION 101 if you have questions.

Related Information:

Maps and Directions 

Aid station Supplies Provided

Emergency Services Contact Information

Aid Station - Beaver Bay

Important: Note that the aid station open and close times listed below are projections based on current course record times – you should  plan to arrive at least 1 hour before the listed open time to allow ample time to setup your aid station and be ready for the first runner.  That being said, it is best to arrive as early as possible as this is an art not a science – bring a book, enjoy the woods and wait for the first runner!

Day: Friday

Open: 10:30 AM

Close: 3:00 PM

Cutoff: No Cutoff

Report To: Beaver Bay Aid Station / Aid Station Captain – DIRECTIONS

Description: Mile 20.1 - The Beaver Bay Aid Station serves the 100 mile race only.  It is 10.3 miles from the previous aid station (Split Rock) and 4.9 miles to the next aid station (Silver Bay).  Aid station supplies will be dropped off in advance of your arrival –  drop bags will follow once you have arrived.  There will be HAM Radio Operators at each aid station to handle race communications.  Crowd control is imperative at this aid station as the station is in a small Superior Hiking Trail parking lot – make use of cones, caution tape, barriers etc to give runners plenty of room.  IMPORTANT: Runners cross County Highway 4 / Lax Lake Blvd just before arriving at your aid station – use a volunteer or recruit a bystander if you can to act as a spotter and assist in runners crossing the road.  Please tear down and pack up aid station supplies before you leave for pickup by the Equipment Crew.

Responsibilities: Work the aid stationread AID STATION 101 if you have questions.

Related Information:

Maps and Directions 

Aid station Supplies Provided

Emergency Services Contact Information

Aid Station - Silver Bay

Important: Note that the aid station open and close times listed below are projections based on current course record times – you should  plan to arrive at least 1 hour before the listed open time to allow ample time to setup your aid station and be ready for the first runner.  That being said, it is best to arrive as early as possible as this is an art not a science – bring a book, enjoy the woods and wait for the first runner!

Day: Friday

Open: 11:30 AM

Close: 4:00 PM

Cutoff: 4:00 PM – Cutoffs to be enforced by Sweeping Coordinator, Matt L. only.

Report To: Silver Bay Aid Station / Aid Station Captain - DIRECTIONS 

Description: Mile 25 - The Silver Bay Aid Station serves the 100 mile race only.  It is 4.9 miles from the previous Aid Station (Beaver Bay) and 9.9 miles to the next aid station (Tettegouche).  Aid station supplies will be dropped off in advance of your arrival –  drop bags will be dropped off after you arrive.  There will be HAM Radio Operators at each aid station to handle race communications.  IMPORTANT: Runners cross County Highway 5 / Penn Blvd just before arriving at your aid station – use a volunteer or recruit a bystander if you can to act as a spotter and assist in runners crossing the road.  Please tear down and pack up aid station supplies before you leave for pickup by the Equipment Crew.

Responsibilities: Work the aid station - read AID STATION 101 if you have questions.

Related Information:

Maps and Directions 

Aid station Supplies Provided

Emergency Contact Information

Aid Station - Tettegouche

Important: Note that the aid station open and close times listed below are projections based on current course record times – you should  plan to arrive at least 1 hour before the listed open time to allow ample time to setup your aid station and be ready for the first runner.  That being said, it is best to arrive as early as possible as this is an art not a science – bring a book, enjoy the woods and wait for the first runner!

Day: Friday

Open: 1:30 PM

Close: 8:00 PM

Cutoff: 7:30 PM – Cutoffs to be enforced by Sweeping Coordinator/ Matt L. only.

Report To: Tettegouche Aid Station / Aid Station Captain - DIRECTIONS 

Description: Mile 34.9 - The Tettegouche Aid Station serves the 100 mile race only.  It is 9.9 miles from the previous Aid Station (Silver Bay) and 8.6 miles to the next aid station (County Road 6).  Aid station supplies will be dropped off in advance of your arrival –  There are NO drop bags for this aid station.  There will be HAM Radio Operators at each aid station to handle race communications.  Once you park in the parking lot, follow the spur trail as shown on the maps – this is about a 1/4 mile uphill hike into the aid station.  Please tear down and pack up aid station supplies before you leave for pickup by the Equipment Crew.

Responsibilities: Work the aid station - read AID STATION 101 if you have questions.

Related Information:

Maps and Directions 

Aid station Supplies Provided

Emergency Services Contact Information

Aid Station - County Road 6

Important: Note that the aid station open and close times listed below are projections based on current course record times – you should  plan to arrive at least 1 hour before the listed open time to allow ample time to setup your aid station and be ready for the first runner.  That being said, it is best to arrive as early as possible as this is an art not a science – bring a book, enjoy the woods and wait for the first runner!

Day: Friday

Open: 3:30 PM

Close: 10:30 PM

Cutoff: 10:30 PM – Cutoffs to be enforced by Sweeping Coordinator/ Matt L. only.

Report To: County Road 6 Aid Station / Aid Station Captain - DIRECTIONS

Description: Mile 43.5 - The County Road 6 Aid Station serves the 100 mile race only.  It is 8.6 miles from the previous Aid Station (Tettegouche) and 7.7 miles to the next aid station (Finland).  Aid station supplies will be dropped off in advance of your arrival –  drop bags will be dropped off after you arrive.  There will be HAM Radio Operators at each aid station to handle race communications.  Pacers are allowed starting at this aid station after 6:00 PM.  IMPORTANT: Runners must cross County Highway 6 then run down the shoulder of the road just before arriving at your aid station – use a volunteer or recruit a bystander or two if you can to act as a spotter and assist in runners crossing and running down the road.  Please tear down and pack up aid station supplies before you leave for pickup by the Equipment Crew.

Responsibilities: Work the aid station - read AID STATION 101 if you have questions.

Related Information:

Maps and Directions 

Aid station Supplies Provided

Emergency Contact Information

Aid Station - Finaland

Important: Note that the aid station open and close times listed below are projections based on current course record times – you should  plan to arrive at least 1 hour before the listed open time to allow ample time to setup your aid station and be ready for the first runner.  That being said, it is best to arrive as early as possible as this is an art not a science – bring a book, enjoy the woods and wait for the first runner!

Day: Friday-Saturday

Open: 5:00 PM Friday

Close: 2:00 AM Saturday

Cutoff: 2:00 AM Saturday – Cutoffs to be enforced by Sweeping Coordinator/ Matt L. only.

Report To: Finland Aid Station / Aid Station Captain - DIRECTIONS

Description:  100Mile 51.2 | 50 Mile Start - The Finland Aid Station serves the 100 mile race only and serves as the start of the 50 mile race (6:00 AM Saturday).  It is 7.7 miles from the previous Aid Station (County Road 6) and 7.5 miles to the next aid station (Sonju Lake Road).  Aid station supplies will be dropped off in advance of your arrival –  drop bags will be dropped off after you arrive.  There will be HAM Radio Operators at each aid station to handle race communications.   Please tear down and pack up aid station supplies before you leave for pickup by the Equipment Crew.

Responsibilities: Work the aid station - read AID STATION 101 if you have questions.

Related Information:

Maps and Directions 

Aid station Supplies Provided

Emergency Contact Information

Aid Station - Sonju Lake Road

Important: Note that the aid station open and close times listed below are projections based on current course record times – you should  plan to arrive at least 1 hour before the listed open time to allow ample time to setup your aid station and be ready for the first runner.  That being said, it is best to arrive as early as possible as this is an art not a science – bring a book, enjoy the woods and wait for the first runner!

Day: Friday-Saturday

Open: 6:00 PM Friday

Close: 8:00 AM Saturday

Cutoff: No Cutoff

Report To: Sonju Lake Road Aid Station / Aid Station Captain - DIRECTIONS

Description:  100 Mile = 58.7 | 50 Mile = 7.5 - The Sonju Lake Road serves the 100 and 50 mile races.  It is 7.5 miles from the previous Aid Station (Finland) and 4.2 miles to the next aid station (Crosby Manitou).  Aid station supplies will be dropped off in advance of your arrival –  there are no drop bags and no crew access to this aid station.  There will be HAM Radio Operators at each aid station to handle race communications.  Should you need to refill water at this aid station the nearest water can be found nearby at Crosby Manitou State Park – HERE .  Please tear down and pack up aid station supplies before you leave for pickup by the Equipment Crew.

Responsibilities: Work the aid station - read AID STATION 101 if you have questions.

Related Information:

Maps and Directions 

Aid station Supplies Provided

Emergency Services Contact Information

Aid Station - Crosby Manitou

Important: Note that the aid station open and close times listed below are projections based on current course record times – you should  plan to arrive at least 1 hour before the listed open time to allow ample time to setup your aid station and be ready for the first runner.  That being said, it is best to arrive as early as possible as this is an art not a science – bring a book, enjoy the woods and wait for the first runner!

Day: Friday-Saturday

Open: 7:00 PM Friday

Close: 9:30 AM Saturday

Cutoff: No Cutoff

Report To: Crosby Manitou Aid Station / Aid Station Captain - DIRECTIONS

Description:  100 Mile = 62.9 | 50 Mile = 11.7 - The Crosby Manitou Aid Station serves the 100 and 50 mile races.  It is 4.2 miles from the previous Aid Station (Sonju Lake Road) and 9.4 miles to the next aid station (Sugarloaf Road).  Aid station supplies will be dropped off in advance of your arrival –  Drop bags will be dropped off after you arrive.  There will be HAM Radio Operators at each aid station to handle race communications.  Should you need to refill water at this aid station the nearest water can be found nearby at Crosby Manitou State Park - HERE .  Please tear down and pack up aid station supplies before you leave for pickup by the Equipment Crew.

Responsibilities: Work the aid station - read AID STATION 101 if you have questions.

Related Information:

Maps and Directions 

Aid station Supplies Provided

Emergency Services Contact Information

Aid Station - Sugarloaf

Important: Note that the aid station open and close times listed below are projections based on current course record times – you should  plan to arrive at least 1 hour before the listed open time to allow ample time to setup your aid station and be ready for the first runner.  That being said, it is best to arrive as early as possible as this is an art not a science – bring a book, enjoy the woods and wait for the first runner!

Day: Friday-Saturday

Open: 9:00 PM Friday

Close: 12:01 PM Saturday

Cutoff: No Cutoff

Report To: Sugarloaf Road Aid Station / Aid Station Captain - DIRECTIONS

Description:  100 Mile = 72.3 | 50 Mile = 21.1 - The Sugarloaf Road Aid Station serves the 100 and 50 mile races.  It is 9.4 miles from the previous Aid Station (Crosby-Manitou) and 5.6 miles to the next aid station (Cramer Road).  Aid station supplies will be dropped off in advance of your arrival –  Drop bags will be dropped off after you arrive.  A generator will be provided for this aid station.  There will be HAM Radio Operators at each aid station to handle race communications.  Please tear down and pack up aid station supplies before you leave for pickup by the Equipment Crew.

Responsibilities: Work the aid station - read AID STATION 101 if you have questions.

Related Information:

Maps and Directions 

Aid station Supplies Provided

Emergency Contact Information

Aid Station - Cramer Road

Important: Note that the aid station open and close times listed below are projections based on current course record times – you should  plan to arrive at least 1 hour before the listed open time to allow ample time to setup your aid station and be ready for the first runner.  That being said, it is best to arrive as early as possible as this is an art not a science – bring a book, enjoy the woods and wait for the first runner!

Day: Friday-Saturday

Open: 10:30 PM Friday

Close: 1:30 PM Saturday

Cutoff: 1:30 PM Saturday – Cutoffs to be enforced by Sweeping Coordinator / Matt L. Only

Report To: CramerRoad Aid Station / Aid Station Captain - DIRECTIONS

Description:  100 Mile = 77.9 | 50 Mile = 26.7 | Marathon = Start - The Cramer Road Aid Station serves the 100 and 50 mile and Marathon races.  It is 5.6 miles from the previous Aid Station (Sugarloaf Road) and 7.1 miles to the next aid station (Temperance River).  Aid station supplies will be dropped off in advance of your arrival –  Drop bags will be dropped off after you arrive.  A generator will be provided for this aid station.  There will be HAM Radio Operators at each aid station to handle race communications.  Please tear down and pack up aid station supplies before you leave for pickup by the Equipment Crew.

Responsibilities: Work the aid station - read AID STATION 101 if you have questions.

Related Information:

Maps and Directions 

Aid station Supplies Provided

Emergency Services Contact Information

Aid Station - Temperance River Road

Important: Note that the aid station open and close times listed below are projections based on current course record times – you should  plan to arrive at least 1 hour before the listed open time to allow ample time to setup your aid station and be ready for the first runner.  That being said, it is best to arrive as early as possible as this is an art not a science – bring a book, enjoy the woods and wait for the first runner!

Day: Friday-Saturday

Open: 12:01 AM Saturday

Close: 4:00 PM Saturday

Cutoff: No

Report To: Temperance River Road Aid Station / Aid Station Captain - DIRECTIONS

Description:  100 Mile = 85 | 50 Mile = 33.8 | Marathon = 7.9 - The Temperance River Road Aid Station serves the 100 and 50 mile and Marathon races.  It is 7.1 miles from the previous Aid Station (Cramer Road) and 5.7 miles to the next aid station (Sawbill-Britton Peak).  Aid station supplies will be dropped off in advance of your arrival –  Drop bags will be dropped off after you arrive.  A generator will be provided for this aid station.  There will be HAM Radio Operators at each aid station to handle race communications.  If you are running low on water, request more via the HAM Radio operators but also be proactive and send someone for more before you run out – be creative, there are several building with spigot’s in Tofte.   Please tear down and pack up aid station supplies before you leave for pickup by the Equipment Crew.

Responsibilities: Work the aid station - read AID STATION 101 if you have questions.

Related Information:

Maps and Directions 

Aid station Supplies Provided

Emergency Services Contact Information

Aid Station - Sawbill / Britton

Important: Note that the aid station open and close times listed below are projections based on current course record times – you should  plan to arrive at least 1 hour before the listed open time to allow ample time to setup your aid station and be ready for the first runner.  That being said, it is best to arrive as early as possible as this is an art not a science – bring a book, enjoy the woods and wait for the first runner!

Day: Friday-Saturday

Open: 1:00 AM Saturday

Close: 5:30 PM Saturday

Cutoff: 5:30 PM Saturday – Cutoffs to be enforced by Sweeping Coordinator / Matt L. only.

Report To: Sawbill / Britton Peak Aid Station / Aid Station Captain - DIRECTIONS

Description:  100 Mile = 90.7 | 50 Mile = 39.5 | Marathon = 13.6 - The Sawbill-Britton Aid Station serves the 100 and 50 mile and Marathon races.  It is 5.7 miles from the previous Aid Station (Temperance River) and 5.5 miles to the next aid station (Oberg Mountain).  Aid station supplies will be dropped off in advance of your arrival –  Drop bags will be dropped off after you arrive.  There will be HAM Radio Operators at each aid station to handle race communications.  If you are running low on water, request more via the HAM Radio operators but also be proactive and send someone for more before you run out – be creative, there are several building with spigot’s in Tofte.  Please tear down and pack up aid station supplies before you leave for pickup by the Equipment Crew.

Responsibilities: Work the aid station - read AID STATION 101 if you have questions.

Related Information:

Maps and Directions 

Aid station Supplies Provided

Emergency Services Contact Information

Aid Station - Oberg Mountain

Important: Note that the aid station open and close times listed below are projections based on current course record times – you should  plan to arrive at least 1 hour before the listed open time to allow ample time to setup your aid station and be ready for the first runner.  That being said, it is best to arrive as early as possible as this is an art not a science – bring a book, enjoy the woods and wait for the first runner!

Day: Friday-Saturday

Open: 2:00 AM Saturday

Close: 7:00 PM Saturday

Cutoff: 7:00 PM Saturday – Cutoffs to be enforced by Sweeping Coordinator / Matt L. only.

Report To:  Oberg Mountain Aid Station / Aid Station Captain - DIRECTIONS

Description:  100 Mile = 96.2 | 50 Mile = 45 | Marathon = 19.1 - The Oberg Mountain Aid Station serves the 100 and 50 mile and Marathon races.  It is 5.5 miles from the previous Aid Station (Sawbill-Britton Peak) and 7.1 miles to the race finish (Caribou Highlands / Lutsen).  Aid station supplies will be dropped off in advance of your arrival –  Drop bags will be dropped off after you arrive.  There will be HAM Radio Operators at each aid station to handle race communications.  If you are running low on water, request more via the HAM Radio operators but also be proactive and send someone for more before you run out – be creative, there are several building with spigot’s in Tofte.  Please tear down and pack up aid station supplies before you leave for pickup by the Equipment Crew.

Responsibilities: Work the aid station - read AID STATION 101 if you have questions.

Related Information:

Maps and Directions 

Aid station Supplies Provided

Emergency Services Contact Information