The High Lonesome 100 is a true mountain ultra-marathon, so many of the locations you'll need to go can be hard to find. To make it a little easier, we've listed out the Start/Finish line and all the crew accessible aid stations. To get directions, click "View larger map", the right click in Google Maps and click "Directions to here".
Our start location can be a bit tricky to find, but this will guide you there. Please note, the starting location is on land owned by the Colorado State Land Board. We use it through a special use permit, but the land is leased year-round by a local organization. Please respect their privacy by not going on the land except during the event.
Raspberry Gulch Aid Station:
Please park only on the west side of the road, and pull off as much as possible. Do not block return traffic!
St Elmo Aid Station:
Please be careful when parking around St Elmo. There are many private drives, and we don't want to upset local residents by blocking access to their houses. Please respect all posted signs and treat the area as if you lived there.
Hancock Aid Station:
Parking is VERY limited here, and the area is quite sensitive. Park only where our parking attendants direct you. Failure to respect this area will adversely impact future runnings of the race.
Monarch Pass Aid Station:
It's a busy pass, so please be careful. Just like you're mom always told you...look both ways before you cross.
Blanks Cabin Aid Station:
Parking is limited here, please park only where parking attendants direct you. This is a popular area with many campers, so please observe normal quiet hours if you're here in the area in the middle of the night.