Our aid stations will be well stocked with the usual Ultra fare: PB&J, gorp, bananas, potatoes and salt, gummy bears, and we will also provide GU products at both aid stations and the start/finish (for 50k runners). That being said, PLEASE bring your own aid as well just in case the aid station locations don't match up with your nutritional needs.
There will also be a porta-potty at each aid station, along with basic first aid supplies. We will NOT have painkillers at the aid stations, so you are responsible for bringing any such aid as needed. If you are injured on the course, you can drop out at an aid station and a volunteer will drive you to the finish. We ask all participants to notify aid station volunteers of injured runners that they pass so we can pick up the injured runner in-between aid stations and get them aid earlier if needed, or if they can not make it to the aid station on their own.
25K Aid Stations
The first aid station is at 4.6 miles and is just after you cross over the dam, up a lovely hill, and through a thicket of trees. Stock up and head back onto the trail. The second aid station is at 9.7 miles, and is near where the trail intersects Scoggins Valley Road near Tanner Creek Road. There is a nice flat section of asphalt before you reach this aid station before it's back onto the trail.
50K Aid Stations
The 50k runners will hit a total of five aid stations during the race. The first loop will offer aid stations at 4.6 miles (Dam Aid Station) and 9.7 miles (Tanner Creek Aid Station), as on the 25k course; there is also an aid station at the start/finish area (Sain Creek), which is at 14 miles. You will hit the Dam Aid Station again at 21.6 miles and Tanner Creek again at 26.77 miles. The start/finish area also serves as a drop bag area for 50k-ers, and you will be able to get support from crew at the aid stations if you wish.