The Divide 135 Ultra

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     MAY 16th, 2014

The second running of The Divide 135
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Are you ready for a challenge of a life time? If so, 135 miles of tough Colorado roads await you.

 Runners will go over two paved mountain passes at an average altitude of almost 9,000 feet. You will travel the road from Walden Colorado along the Continental Divide- you will see wildlife, trees, rivers and mountain ranges. You will experience weather ranging from 90 degrees to snow. The divide will be in full view as you run over  "Muddy Pass" and see the sign the indicates the Pacific and Atlantic watershed point. You will run through the self proclaimed "sportsman's paradise" town of Kremmling and into beautiful downtown Silverthorne- you will run miles around the amazing Dillon Lake and into historic downtown Frisco. From Frisco the course takes you along a beautiful and secluded path that snakes along the base of some of Colorado's highest peaks and into the ski village of Copper Mountain. From the base of the ski resort you will experience the signature of The Divide 135- The last 24 miles of the race are a steep uphill  for 8 miles to the summit of the 11,300 feet Fremont Pass, and then (if your fried quads can take it) you have a blistering fast downhill finish into the iconic Ultra- Marathon mecca of Leadville, CO for a finish line you will never forget.



This is a serious race for hardcore runners. You will be tested to the extreme. Please plan on having crews and dedicated crew vehicle(s). The rules will be easy to follow but strictly enforced. You have my utmost respect for taking on such a great challenge, and you have my personal commitment to attempting to bring you the best race experience possible.

 I look forward to meeting you all.

-David Clark

Race founder David Clark ran this course as part of his run across Colorado for addiction awareness. Once a 320lbs alcoholic turned accomplished 165lbs ultra runner, David spends his life challenging himself and others to do what seems impossible and to do "what scares the shit out of you". Check out his efforts to give back to the world through his non- profit The Superman Project.
Muddy Pass- Marks the Pacific and Atlantic watershed.

Fremont Pass- Summit of the pass is the Climax Mine at 11,318 ft.
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