The Bigfoot 120 is a point to point supported run featuring the most beautiful, tough, and remote trails in the Cascades from Mount Adams to Mount St. Helens! In October, fall colors will paint the entire landscape of this mountainous and tough 100+ mile run creating a magical and unforgettable mountain race.
The Bigfoot 120 may be shorter than the Bigfoot 200 Endurance Run, but it has some serious attitude with nearly 30,000 feet of climbing through the Cascade Mountains in Washington State. It's a point to point race, meaning you will never be repeating a section or doing loops. Runners will be bused to the start location out by Mt. Adams and run all the way to Mount St. Helens Volcano. The race will have a 48 hour time cut off. Runners will be timed from start to finish. There will be 8 aid station locations.
Dates: There will not be a 120 mile option in 2017.
Start Time: 4 p.m. near Mount Adams (Road 9091), runners take bus or vans from
Marble Mt. Sno Park to start. Transportation provided by the race.
Finish: Marble Mountain Sno-Park near Cougar, WA
Cut off: 48 hours
Qualifying: No qualifications, but keep in mind that this is a tough mountain 120 mile race. We recommend having done long unsupported runs in the mountains and having a 50miler or 100miler under your belt. Intense weather is normal in October in the Cascade Mountains.
Trail Work Requirements: 8 hours required between June 1, 2016 and September 30, 2017. You do not need to submit trail work. Honor system.
Entry Fee: $325
Number of Entrants: 200
Elevation Gain: 27,155 feet
Miles: 120.6 miles
Aid Stations: 8 full aid stations
Registration opens There will not be a 2017 120 mile event