Are you ready for an adventure in the remote beauty of interior Alaska? Come north to Fairbanks, Alaska for the 9th annual White Mountains 100-mile ultra race. The race course cuts through the heart of the jagged limestone peaks that define the White Mountains National Recreation Area. This rugged wilderness will challenge racers with a variety of terrain and trail conditions, satisfying even the most experienced winter athlete. Steep climbs, bowel-clenching descents, sharp turns, areas of active overflow, glare ice, tree stumps, roots, and bare tussocks are all part of the White Mountains trail network. Sub-zero temperatures, strong winds, along with blowing and drifting snow may add to the excitement. Traverse this diverse landscape on skis, bike, or just your feet.

Photo: Heath Sandall

An Endurance North Event

The White Mountains 100
 is a 
qualifying event!

DATE: March 25, 2018 
TIME: 8:00 AM Sunday to 11:59 PM Monday (40 hrs)
LOCATION: White Mountains National Recreation Area, Wickersham Dome Trailhead, Milepost 28 Elliott Highway (approx. 38 miles north of Fairbanks, Alaska) -- Map available here.
MANDATORY Pre-Race Meeting: Schaible Auditorium on March 24th at 4:00 PM -- Directions Available here:

***Trackers will be provided via Track-leaders - You do not need to supply your own***

Please note there will be NO Trail Shelter (aid station) this year. 
This was never a checkpoint and has been notoriously hard to find volunteers with snowmachines to support it.  

Photos: Heath Sandall