FAQ

We’re just starting this page and will add to it as we get questions that we believe will be of interest.

HUFF Questions

  1. When do the one loop runners start?
  2. Speaking of starting, where exactly is the start/finish line?!
  3. Do all of the runners run together, including the 50K runners with everyone else?
  4. Where is the best locations for spectators to watch the runners?
  5. Where is the best locations for spectators to watch the runners?
  6. Where is the best locations for spectators to watch the runners?
  7. Where is the best locations for spectators to watch the runners?
  8. Can i get a woman (that\’s not up to me ;) All I know is that it helps if you are charming, are good-looking, and, oh yes, have some money. Not necessarily in that order.)and go co-ed?
  9. Break the team up and go solo,(did I say that?)
  10. Are there any hills?

Question: When do the one loop runners start?

Answer:

The 1 Loop Runners start 15 minutes after the 50K and Relay runners start. This helps relieve congestion of runners on the trail as it changes to single track.

Question: Speaking of starting, where exactly is the start/finish line?!

Answer:

The Start/Finish is adjacent to the parking area for participants.

Question: Do all of the runners run together, including the 50K runners with everyone else?

Answer:

The 50K runners and the 1st members of the relay teams start together at 8:00 AM. The One Loop runners start 15 minutes later.

Question: Where is the best locations for spectators to watch the runners?

Answer:

Boy, that\’s a tough question. There are several places that are good for taking photographs but places where you can get a long view of a great many runners are scarce. You need to be present at the start – with the cannon blast it is quite a spectacle.

As we develop the trail course for the new venue we will update this FAQ with information as to where family, friends and other spectators can go to view the runners.

Question: Where is the best locations for spectators to watch the runners?

Answer:

Boy, that\\\’s a tough question. There are several places that are good for taking photographs but places where you can get a long view of a great many runners are scarce. You need to be present at the start – with the cannon blast it is quite a spectacle.

As we develop the trail course for the new venue we will update this FAQ with information as to where family, friends and other spectators can go to view the runners.

Question: Where is the best locations for spectators to watch the runners?

Answer:

Boy, that\\\’s a tough question. There are several places that are good for taking photographs but places where you can get a long view of a great many runners are scarce. You need to be present at the start – with the cannon blast it is quite a spectacle.

As we develop the trail course for the new venue we will update this FAQ with information as to where family, friends and other spectators can go to view the runners.

Question: Where is the best locations for spectators to watch the runners?

Answer:

Boy, that\\\’s a tough question. There are several places that are good for taking photographs but places where you can get a long view of a great many runners are scarce. You need to be present at the start – with the cannon blast it is quite a spectacle.

As we develop the trail course for the new venue we will update this FAQ with information as to where family, friends and other spectators can go to view the runners.

Question: Can i get a woman (that\’s not up to me ;) All I know is that it helps if you are charming, are good-looking, and, oh yes, have some money. Not necessarily in that order.)and go co-ed?

Answer:

Yes, that is preferred to either running two laps or breaking up the team. Again, notify the scoring team at the earliest possible time you know of the change.

Question: Break the team up and go solo,(did I say that?)

Answer:

No. This causes some scoring problems in terms of assignment of bib numbers.

Question: Are there any hills?

Answer:

There are what we call \”negative hills\’\” – ravines.