Each runner in the High Lonesome 100 mile running race is allowed one pacer at a time, starting at Hancock (mile 49). Runners over the age of 60 may have a pacer the entire time. Pacers may use aid station supplies, but may not have drop bags. Muling is not allowed.
Runners may be joined by more than their one pacer for the paved section in the last few miles of the race. Pacers must wear a pacer bib and carry all required gear.
Each runner may use a crew, but only one vehicle per crew is allowed. Many of our aid stations are extremely remote and have limited parking.
Crews may not interfere with any race operations, and they may not provide support to runners outside of allowed aid stations.
Crews should attempt to arrive at aid stations close to the time their runners are due.
Shuttle access will be available for St. Elmo and Hancock. There is no parking for race crews here. Failure to use the shuttle to crew a runner at either of these locations will result in a DQ of your runner.