$225 - 12:01 November 1, 2015 thru 11:59 pm December 15, 2015 (Lottery registration open period) 
$300 - December 16, 2015 thru the pre-race meeting (March 26, 2016) 

Please click HERE to find out how the lottery works. 

Registration Procedure:

1. Online registration for the lottery is available at TBD  The link will open for registration on November 1, 2015. You must provide your credit card information - BUT - your card will only be charged $225 if your name is drawn as one of the 65 participants during the lottery on December 16, 2015. Your card will not be charged if you are on the waitlist.

2. The lottery will be held in Fairbanks at TBDThe 65 race participants will be selected from the entries received during the lottery registration period.  After the first 65 slots are filled, the remaining entries will continue to be pulled from a "Hat" to determine the order of the waitlist roster. The lottery is open to the public. Racers, volunteers, family and friends are encouraged to attend. 

3. You will receive an email confirmation immediately following the December 16, 2014 lottery if your name is selected as one of the 65 participants. Your credit card will only be charged $225 if your name is selected as one of the 65 race participants during the lottery and your registration is non-refundable and non-transferable. Waitlist racers will NOT be charged an entry fee. A waitlist racer will only be charged the $225 fee if they choose to fill a main roster withdrawal position. If a waitlist racer chooses to withdraw from the waitlist, no fees will be charged. The 2014 WM100 roster and waitlist will be available on the WM100 webpage within 24 hours after the lottery. 

4. Registration will remain open after the December 16, 2015 lottery and additional entries will be placed on the waitlist in the order they are received. In order to get on the waitlist after the lottery is complete, please email your name, division (run, ski, bike), hometown, and phone number to: We will send a confirmation email that we received your entry to the waitlist. Payment is not required unless you get on to the main roster.

Withdraws from Race Roster
If you need to withdraw from the WM100 race roster, we offer a $100 refund of your entry fee through Feb 1st and a $50 refund through Mar 1st. After these dates, entry fees are non-refundable (no exceptions). All entries are still non-transferable. We do have a long wait list, so if for any reason you decide not to do the race, please e-mail us ASAP so we can give someone else your spot.
Withdraws from Wait List
If you need to withdraw from the wait list, no charges will be applied to you. Please, however, let us know if you do decide to drop for the wait list.
Options if wait-listed and receive a racers slot
If you receive the opportunity to move from the wait list to the race roster, you will not be charged the entry fee until we have confirmation you still want the slot. If you choose not to accept the race slot and withdraw, no charges will be applied and your slot will be offered to the next individual on the wait-list. Prior to race week, you will have 48 hours to make your decision to withdraw or to be added to the race roster and be charged the entry fee. During race week, a decision is needed on the spot.  

There are actually four different wait-lists: one for each subdivision (ski, bike and run) and a fourth general "after lottery" list for those who registered after the lottery was completed. Here is how the wait-list system works. If someone drops from the roster, say a skier, then he or she will be replaced by the top person from the appropriate subdivision (skier) wait-list. This process will continue until that subdivision's wait-list has been exhausted. If this occurs, then someone will be chosen from one of the other two subdivision wait-lists (in this case, bike or run). If more than one subdivision wait-list remains then replacement selection will alternate. But, you over detailed people ask, what list do you choose from first? For the sake of fairness, let's say that in even years we'll select from the biker list first, or from the skier list if the biker list was depleted first.  In odd years, we'll select from the runner list first, or the skier list if the runner list was depleted first.  Only in the unlikely event that all registrants from all three “pre-lottery” subdivision wait-lists have been run through will people will be added to the roster from the fourth “after lottery” wait-list.

Race Entry Includes:
  • White Mountains 100 swag
  • A warm shelter approximately every 20 miles.
  • Hot and cold water and other beverages at all four checkpoints and the trail shelter. The four checkpoints and finish line will have a warm serving of food and snacks available for each racer. The trail shelter (mile 91) will only have snacks. Checkpoints will be stocked with food such as meatball soup, baked potatoes with sour cream and bacon, homemade bread, brownies, cookies, coffee, hot chocolate, and soda.
  • Exhilaration of traversing the White Mountains.
Refund Policy:
  • Entries are non-refundable and non-transferable.
  • The race will only be canceled due to weather if severe conditions make travel extremely hazardous and/or impossible, as deemed by the race director(s). Other unforeseen or catastrophic circumstances may lead the race director to cancel the race.
Refusal of Entry:
  • White Mountains 100 reserves the right to refuse entry to any racer.
Lottery Entrants:
  • The entrants in the 2016 White Mountains 100 lottery can be viewed TBD.