We ask for feedback after every race, and you told us you wanted a shorter distance at the NUT, so here you go! New for 2020, we’ve added a 17-mile course that gives you some of the best the NUT has to offer. We are keeping the popular and challenging 50K race too. The 100K race is retiring and will not happen in 2020.
The NUT 50K & 17M trail races are point-to-point courses run almost entirely along the beautiful North Umpqua River in the Umpqua National Forest in Oregon. The 17M starts at Toketee Lake and finishes at Lemolo Lake. The 50K starts near the Marsters Bridge and also finishes at Lemolo Lake.
The trail winds alongside the gorgeous North Umpqa River, beside old-growth forest Douglas Fir, Hemlock and Sugar Pine, with trees more than 800 hundred years old. You’ll run through the beautiful Dread & Terror portion of the North Umpqua River trail, pass moss-covered rock bluffs and fern-covered hillsides, and travel through lush forest with several waterfalls. Both are challenging courses, described as “brutiful”.
$100 (Feb 1 – Feb 14, 2020)
$115 (Feb 15 – Apr 1, 2020)
$120 (Apr 2 – Aug 23, 2020)
$125 Day of Race, if space available
$75 (Feb 1 – Feb 14, 2020)
$90 (Feb 15 – Apr 1, 2020)
$95 (Apr 2 – Aug 23, 2020)
$105 Day of Race, if space available
You can order an optional race technical shirt or super soft poly-cotton shirt for extra during the registration process through July 10.
Please note that there are no transfers to other runners. If you need to cancel your registration and it’s more than 30 days prior to the race, you will receive a 50% credit toward a future Go Beyond Racing race. If your cancellation is 30 days or less from race day, there is no credit, no refund, or no transfer. See our cancellation policy for details.
50K bib pickup at Marsters: 7:15 – 7:45 a.m.
50K start: 8:00 a.m.
17M bib pickup at Toketee: 8:30 – 9:00 a.m.
17M start: 9:15 a.m.
Thanks to our generous sponsors, the top three male and female finishers, as well as top masters, will receive prizes. Each age group winner will receive an etched glass. All finishers receive a race pint glass.
There are also many raffle prizes from our sponsors.
The 17M start is at Toketee Lake. There is NO parking at the start for runners or crew due to limited space. Runners will park at the finish, at Lemolo Lake, and take a shuttle to the start. This shuttle will leave Lemolo Lake at 8:00 a.m.
The 50K start is near Marsters Bridge. There is NO parking at the start for runners or crew due to limited space. Runners will park at the finish, at Lemolo Lake, and ride a shuttle bus to the race start. The shuttle will leave Lemolo Lake at 6:30 a.m.
Optionally, runners can be dropped off at the start. There is no parking for vehicles at the start lines, so it is a drop-off situation only.
Runners can park race morning at Lemolo Lake KOA. Volunteers will direct you to where you can and cannot park. There is no overnight parking. This parking is for those arriving race morning to board the shuttle.
There is not a shuttle from the finish line so either park at the finish and shuttle to the start, or have plans for a ride when you are done.
We HIGHLY ENCOURAGE CARPOOLING!
If you are interested in carpooling, you can post here to find or give a ride. This is a Google spreadsheet that is viewable to anyone with the link, so only post what you want public. Carpooling earns you a Carpool Coaster too!
We do have a few rules that apply to all Go Beyond Racing races. Be sure you are familiar with them.
Verizon cell service is excellent at Toketee Lake Campground aid station (crew accessible) and at the finish – Lemolo Lake. Coverage elsewhere is limited or non-existent.
There is poison oak on the course.
If you are interested in volunteering, you can see the assignments that are available and sign up by clicking on the green Volunteer button on the race registration page. THANK YOU!
The 50K provides 2 points, toward every race of the Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc®
Go Beyond Racing is an equal opportunity recreation event provider.
Go Beyond Racing is operating under special use permit from the Umpqua National Forest