Friday ~ March 24
Bib Pickup at
Run Sedona from
11 AM - 5 PM
Saturday ~ March 25
5:30 AM Bib p/u
at Westside Race Start
6:30 AM 50K Race start
(31 Miles ~ 8.5 hour time limit)
6:45 AM 35K Race start
7:00 AM 17K Race start
3:00 PM Course closes
Sunday ~ March 26
6:30 AM 50K Race start
(30.5 Miles ~ 8.5 hour time limit)
6:45 AM 25K Race start
7:00 AM 16K Race start
12:00 PM Awards for
Stage Race winners
(subject to change)
3:00 PM Course closes
Medal & Finisher Shirts
post race at the
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Choose your Challenge...
Registration will open November 1st on Ultrasignup
You have (6) races to choose from on Race weekend; with (9) potential combinations. Any combination of race distances equaling 26.2 Miles or more is considered our "Ultra" distance.
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One Weekend. Two Days. Six Races. Epic Sh*t
Trail Running Escapes operates under permit by Coconino National Forest
17K + 25K
17K + 16K
March 25-26, 2023
50K + 50K
50K + 25K
50K + 16K
35K + 50K
35K + 25K
35K + 16K
17K + 50K
Race Courses now posted!
Prices do NOT include Arizona sales tax nor Ultrasignup fees.
Join us March 25-26, 2023 for our second year at the Red Rocks of Sedona 2 Day Stage Race.
We have chosen the best trails on the Westside (Saturday's race) and the best trails on the Eastside (Sunday's race). A showcase of Sedona's finest single track trails, red rock views, slick rock plateaus and epic towering spires.
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In an effort to help reduce Runner costs (AZ sales tax and registration fees), we are offering an "OG"
Simply click the tab above that says "Races", then click the tab that says "Register". Scroll to the bottom and fill out the registration form. Once you're done, click the "Submit" button and mail us a check in USD...crazy I know, but paper checks still work :)
BOOM you're registered!
HOW TO REGISTER?
camps and races in sedona & the santa monica mountains
Interested in volunteering? We'd love to hear from you :)
Please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Host Hotel is Los Abrigados. It is centrally located in the Tlaquepaque Village and close to the start of both days of running. If you would like to stay here, email us and we'll send you a PDF on "How to Register". Los Abrigados has offered a generous discount to all runners.
Sedona is a "must see" destination place, so hotel prices tend to be higher. An alternative location, Cottonwood, offers lower priced lodging and is about 25-45 minutes away from each day's race start respectively. We suggest the Best Western or Verde Valley Inn.
Here is where we suggest:
(tent, RV or cabins)
(no tent camping)
Traveling in your Adventure van or RV?
Sedona offers several location on BLM land to stay for free. Check out: Loy Butte Road/Forest Road 525 (closest) or North Bill Gray Road. Both accessible off 89A.
AirBnB is also a great option for friends sharing accommodations or a family who may need more space. Book early, because April is high season here!