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VOLUNTEERS
We need:
1) help at several aid stations and
2) medical volunteers at aid stations i.e. Paramedics, Nurse, EMTs, First Aid.
3) trail marking
4) trail sweep (preferably with HAM radio).
If you are available on August 1/2/3, 2014 (Fri/Sat/Sun),
Please contact: ken.hamada3@gmail.com
Any help will be appreciated.

For detail information on race including: course maps and profiles, cutoff times, rules and regulation; the 2013 AC100 Race Book is posted on the top right corner of the website.

For all future race dates click on the box: "click for entire message".


Future race dates:
All future races will be the first weekend in August. The race is on Sa/Su. We provide the Th/Fr dates for Wrightwood planning purposes since the race weekend can straddle both July and August and cause confusion.

28th Annual AC100 will be July 30/31, 2015 (Th/Fr) & August 1/2, 2015 (Sa/Su)
29th Annual AC100 will be August 4/5/6/7, 2016 (Th/Fr/Sa/Su)
30th Annual AC100 will be August 3/4/5/6, 2017 (Th/Fr/Sa/Su)
31st Annual AC100 will be August 2/3/4/5, 2018 (Th/Fr/Sa/Su)
32nd Annual AC100 will be August 1/2/3/4, 2019 (Th/Fr/Sa/Su)
33rd Annual AC100 will be July 30/31, 2020 (Th/Fr) & August 1/2, 2020 (Sa/Su)

Highway 2 is now open from LaCanada to WW.

Driving to Chantry Flats during race weekend.
Chantry Flats is open to crews. However, parking is very limited! Do not recommend you take a motor home or any large vehicle because of the limited space to drive, park and turn around. There is also "one-way" section near the end of the drive, to accommodate a damaged section of the road that has not been repaired yet.


The USFS has increased its focus on safety.
Volunteers working in the forest are now required to wear long pants and shirts, gloves and work boots (not running/tennis shoes etc). Hard hats if available. These are now USFS requirements, not requests. Please comply.

CHECK GRAY PAGES FOR POSSIBLE SCHEDULE CHANGE.


2015 AC100 Training Runs -Trail Work Schedule (Check AC100.com for any changes). Posted March 20, 2015.
RDs: Hal Winton, Lambert Timmermans & Gary Hilliard will be in charge of trail work days as available.

April 11, 7 AM (Saturday): Trail Work: (NOTICE: This trail work will be restricted to the 1st 30 who call or e-mail Hal that they are coming)
Meet at Hahamongna Park-Ball Diamond (see directions below) at 7 AM
Carpool to work site, autos & vans OK to this work site at Charlton Flats
Trail work will be on Silver Moccasin trail between Vetter Lookout Rd and Shortcut Saddle (aid station)

April 25, 7:00AM (Saturday): Trail Work: (NOTICE: This trail work day restricted to the 1st 30 who call or e-mail Hal that they are coming)
Meet at Hahamongna Park-Ball Diamond (see directions below) at 7:00AM.
Carpool to work site. (Trucks, SUVs, 4WDs up Mt Wilson Rd . to Idlehour Ckpoint parking).
Trail work will be on the Idlehour East Side trail.

April 26 6:30 AM (Sunday): Training Run:
Meet at Chantry Flats Parking Lot 6:30 AM: Adventure Pass reqd if parking there
Carpool to Chilao Flats Ckpoint (Start together please) Pass reqd there also for parking.
Run 22 miles from Chilao Flats to Chantry Flats Parking Lot

May 30, 7:00AM (Saturday): Trail Work: (NOTICE: This trail work day also restricted to the 1st 30 who call or e-mail Hal that they are coming
Meet at Hahamongna Park-Ball Diamond at 7:00AM Carpool to work site.
Trail Work, Idlehour Trail West Side (High Clearance Vehicles Only,
Up Mt Lowe Fire Road, to Sam Merrill Ckpoint)

May 31, 7:00AM (Sunday): Training Run:
Meet at Chilao Flats Visitors Center at 7:00AM,
Carpool to Islip Saddle. (Start together please.)
Run 27 miles from Islip Saddle to Chilao Flats Visitor Center.
Water/Aid at normal Checkpoints between Islip and Chilao Flats.

June 13, 7:AM (Saturday) Trail Work: Again restricted to the 1st 30 who RSVP to Hal
Meet at Hahamongna Park-Ball Diamond at 7:00 AM
Carpool to work site
Trail work on Wintercreek Trail. (High clearance vehicles best, down Mt. Wilson Toll Road to Harvard Saddle parking)

June 14 , 7:00 AM (Sunday): Training Run: (Daytime Run) to the finish area. (This training run may not have aid during the run):
Meet at the AC100 finish area Loma Alta Park (Parking lot above the north side of the Park ) at 7 AM
Carpool to Chantry Flats, need carpool drivers. (Start together after short briefing please.)
Run 26 miles from Chantry Flats to Loma Alta Park.
Please be completely self-contained:
Water accessibility at Chantry Flats ONLY, streams dry

June 20, 8 AM (Saturday) Training Run:
Meet at Islip Saddle at 8 AM . Carpool to Wrightwood Community Center.
Water, aid at Vincent Gap Ckpoint, Spring water at Little Jimmy Springs (signed just down off trail)

June 27, 7AM Trail Work Day, Location TBD, Again restricted to 1st 30 who RSVP Hal

July 18, 7:00AM (Saturday) Trail Work:
Meet at Hahamongna Park-Ball Diamond at 7:00AM
Carpool to work site (High Clearance Vehicles Only, Red Box-Rincon Truck Rd.).
Trail work will be on the Gabrielino Trail below Newcomb Saddle.

Directions to Hahamongna Park-Ball Diamond just outside the location previously known as Oak Grove Ranger Station
Exit at 210 Freeway at Berkshire/Oak Grove Dr. off ramp (in La Canada) to Oak Grove Dr.
Go North past La Canada High School to Foothill Blvd.
Turn right at Hahamongna Park sign one block and make left turn downhill then right at bottom to the parking lot behind the Ball Diamond.

General Procedure at all Training Runs and Work Days.
Sign in and provide emergency phone number on both Training Runs and Work Days
No Trail Work Certification Form needed for those who sign in on sign in sheet.
Contact Hal Winton at: (310) 534-1704
Contact Hal at: e-mail at harold l winton [winton4jesus@juno.com]or
Contact Hal by mail at: Hal Winton, 24409 S. Meyler, Harbor City, CA 90710

Purchase (Sports Chalet, REI, Shell gas etc) and display your Adventure Pass.

Required when parking on the forest, except on a very few designated days.
Adventure Pass is not required at Hahamongna Park public parking lots or at Wrightwood Community Center

Adventure Pass is required to park at Chilao & Chantry Flats, Islip Saddle, Eagles Roost and most other areas within the forest.
$5 a day Adventure Pass available at some LaCanada/Pasadena sporting good stores and nearby gas station and at some Wrightwood stores.


Angeles Crest 100 mile endurance run

The San Gabriel back country retains much of the natural beauty, if not the primitive wilderness of yesteryear. Thanks largely to the foresight and capable supervision of the U.S. Forest Service and hundreds of volunteers. Picnic areas and campgrounds have been constructed with minimum displacement of the natural setting.

Those desiring to see this primitive wilderness in a single day are invited to participate in the Angeles Crest 100 Mile Endurance Run.

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