Sufferfest Weekend

Two Days of Fat Asses on Colorado’s Western Slope. A great way to provide yourself with a final test before the final Fat Ass of the season. This event was deigned to challenge runners over one, or two, days on the warmer Western Slope while promoting community with a campout! Come run one day, both days, or just come to camp!

2017 Run Information

Day 1: Colorado National Monument
Date: Saturday, March 4, 2017
Time: 8:00am
Place: Monument Canyon Trailhead
The Course: Route Map with Elevation Profile
Distance: 37 Miles with 5,500′ of Gain and 5,500′ of Loss

Aid/Drops: Miles 7 & 25 on Rimrock Road. This is also a good place to bail if you so choose. If you or anyone you know are interesting in volunteering as aid station captain for this event, please contact us.

*Saturday Night Lodging: We’ll be group camping near the Colorado/Utah Border in a disperse camping area on Bureau of Land Management Land known as Rabbit Valley. Camping is 100% FREE. You must bring all of your own gear which includes necessities for warmth. Dinner is pot-luck and we encourage all runners to bring a meal to share with your community. HPRS will bring canopies and stoves for all to share/use. There is NO water at this location, please bring your own water for the weekend!

Day 2: Loma
Date:
 Sunday, March 5, 2017
Time: 8:00am
Place: Hawkeye Frontage Road
The Course: Route Map with Elevation Profile
Distance: 31 Miles with 6,500′ of Gain and 6,500′ of Loss

Aid/Drops: Miles 15 which runners will pass through once. This is also a good place to bail if you so choose. If you or anyone you know are interesting in volunteering as aid station captain for this event, please contact us.

Weather: This time of year, daytime highs can range anywhere from 50-70 degrees in this area with night time lows in the 30s.

Cost: 100% FREE for HPRS Members.
Members are allowed to bring no more than 2 guests with them, and those guests should bring a suggested minimum donation of $5 to insert into the donation can.

Registration: Opens October 1, 2015 via UltraSignup.com
Runners of all abilities are welcome to run as few or as many miles as they’d like. The course affords runners the opportunity to enjoy a variety of distances based on your comfort in a personal turn-around-point.

This is NOT a race. Human Potential Fat Asses were built with the spirit of camaraderie and community in mind. While we encourage you to run at a pace comfortable to you, we ultimately promote these events as loosely organized group runs.

Sufferfest Weekend was established in 2016.

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