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Hare Mountain 100

November 1 @ 6:00 am - 5:00 pm

Hare Mountain 100
Jackalope

100 mile Friday November 1st-7am-Haw Creek Falls
50 mile Saturday November 2nd-6am-Indian Creek TH
This run is extremely difficult.
The Ozark Highland’s Trail is a national scenic trail marked with white blazes for the main trail and blue blazes for spurs. Do not count on flagging. It will be minimal if any. We are going to add more blazes and reflective tape to those blazes. Please do not register for this race if you are not comfortable being self sufficient and comfortable with navigation. Sometimes trees with markers fall and sometimes the fog is so thick you cannot see your hands. Gaia is highly recommended.
No one finished the full, original course the inaugural running October 2023.

The Hare Mountain 100 is a point-to-point 100 mile run, that incorporates 2 scenic loops, along the Ozark Highlands Trail in the Northwestern part of Arkansas across the Boston Mountain segment. Hare Mountain is the highest point on the OHT at nearly 2400 feet. This segment covers 164 miles of rocky, steep and rugged forest with several creek crossings, incredible fall colors, waterfalls, bluffs and beautiful sandstone outcrops. I’m utilizing 100 miles of the most difficult sections of this segment. I grew up on this trail and it means a lot to me to bring such a rugged and beautiful experience to runners.

Fleet Feet Little Rock

In 2023 I offered a 100k and 50 mile at the same time as the 100. The 100k will be at a different time of year now. The 50 mile will be the second, and more difficult, half of the 100 course. It will start at Indian Creek TH at 6am on Saturday. The cutoff is 16 hours.

See also  Village Creek 10K/25K Trail Run

To run the 100, it is highly recommended that you have completed at least a 50 mile race on trail with at least 5000 feet of vertical gain. Measurements taken by GPS and topographic mapping have put elevation gain between 20,000-22,000 feet. Runners will have 38 hours to complete the 100 mile run.
Runners must sign a waiver when registering. There is also an option to donate $100 to the Ozark Highlands Trail Association.
Questions contact: haremountain100@gmail.com
Website: https://www.haremountain100.com/
Part of the proceeds of the race will go to local animal shelters.
Follow:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/216147591049546/
https://www.instagram.com/haremountain100/

Searcy County Waterfall

Details

Date:
November 1
Time:
6:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Website:
https://ultrasignup.com/register.aspx?did=111484

Venue

Haw Creek Falls Recreation Area
Hagarville, AR 72839 United States + Google Map

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