Angeles Crest 100 Endurance Run

June 15 - 17, 2018 Training Week

AC100 will present an overnight training weekend from June 15-17th at a cost of $164. The camp will be held near Three Points and include accommodations for 2 nights, 5 meals, 3 training runs covering terrain from Vincent Gap to Red Box with aid stations, and various post run activities including race planning seminars, games, and bonfires. Signups are limited to 50 runners and open to all runners.
You do not have to be registered to run the 2018 AC100 in order to participate at this camp.

Training Weekend Schedule:

Friday:

  • 4-7 PM Check in
  • 5 PM Shakeout 5mi Loop run from camp: 3 Points to Mt. Hilyer
  • 6 PM Dinner provided by Camp Angeles Crest

Saturday:

  • 7 AM Breakfast Provided by Camp
  • 8 AM Coordinate post run drivers, Shuttle Cars to 3 Points and Vincent Gap
  • 9 AM Long Point to Point Run 28 Miles: Vincent Gap to 3 Points (Aid Stations at Islip and Cloudburst)
  • Lunch not provided
  • Open activities at camp: basketball, horseshoes, etc.
  • 5 PM Dinner Provided by Camp Angeles Crest
  • 7 PM Race Planning for AC100 Seminar presentation and Bonfire

Sunday:

  • 7 AM Breakfast Provided by Camp
  • 8 AM Coordinate post run drivers, Shuttle Cars to Redbox
  • 9 AM Long Run Point to Point 21 Miles: Camp Angeles Crest to Redbox: (Aid Station at Chilao and Shortcut)
  • Post run Barbecue at Redbox
  • Shuttle runners back to cars at Camp Angeles Crest
  • End of Camp

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Hal Winton

AC100 co-RD of 29 years, Hal Winton, passed away May 24, 2017 at the Torrance Memorial Medical Center. His family was at his side. He'll be deeply missed.

UltraRunning Magazine
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2011 AC100: Runners on Mt Baden Powell at 9300 ft elevation

Comparing 100 Milers
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1988: The Original First Five 100 Milers Compared in UltraRunning Magazine