2021 Live Runner Tracking

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Follow runners on our
LIVE TRACKING PAGE as they attempt 206.5 miles point to point through the Cascade Mountains of Washington. Race begins August 13 at 9am PST and ends Tuesday, August 17. Runners have 105 hours to complete all 206.5 miles with 42,000+ ft climbing!​​

Mobile Devices Follow Runner's GPS SPOT trackers at TrackLeaders - works better for mobile devices than this website. 

 The Triple Crown of 200 Mile Races
 Three Incredible 200 Mile Races in Three Months

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Quick Facts for the Bigfoot 200

  • 42,000 + feet (12,802 meters) of ascent
  • 206.5 miles, non stop, point to point! 
  • Fully marked course with reflective ribbons and signs
  • 6 Sleep Stations with full aid, hot food, medical, and crew access
  • 14 full aid stations with hot food, medical, and more
  • The race starts at Mount St. Helens in the Cascade Mountain Range of Washington State               and finishes in Randle, WA traversing point to point the Cascade Mountains.
  • Race Dates: August 13-17, 2021

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The Bigfoot races explore the incredible Cascade Mountains. Runners will experience such varied terrain as the otherworldly Volcanic Mount St. Helens (erupted in 1980), lava fields, long mountaintop ridge lines with stunning forest, mountain and lake views, deep old growth forests as green and thick as a rainforest, misty mountain tops, and cross streams on their way to completing this massive, life changing event. 

Bigfoot 200, August, Washington State                           

 2020 Bigfoot 200, 73, 40 and 20 mile races are cancelled due to COVID19

Lottery registration for the 2021 races will open August 20, 2020 on ultrasignup

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Check out the Lone Fir Resort for all your lodging needs at the start/finish of the Bigfoot 100k, 40 mile and 20 mile and for the start line of the Bigfoot 200!