lost and found
July 28, 2018

Welcome to one of Truckee's most scenic and rugged trail races. The inaugural Lost and Found 30k/5k has something for everyone.

overlook endurance runs
september 29, 2018

Created by the legendary Ann Trason, the Overlook Endurance Runs follow the historic Western States trail and end at Overlook Park in Auburn.

ultra Trail lake Tahoe
October 2019

Stay tuned for news of this next Epic adventure!


February 2, 2019

Run the Foresthill Divide Loop and discover new trails with old friends!

Hidden Falls
2019 Date TBD

This new hidden gem is pending approval by the Placer County Parks Department.

APRIL 27, 2019

Bringing you back to where it all started- the birthplace of Mountain Ultras!


Not just a race

Sure we produce some great races but there is so much more to it. Ultra running is a lifestyle that we follow and foster. We view everyone at our races as family. Runners, volunteers and spectators are all welcome to enjoy our home cooked post race meals (we don’t use meal tickets here). We look at our events as one big family reunion and we are happy to grow that family with each meal or drink we share together. We also have some of the best swag around- like the ladies silver necklace at Canyons 100k or Boco hats and packs. You will not walk away empty-handed.

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New trails
with old friends

Five years ago we started with the Canyons 50K because we wanted to bring you the chance to race on this famous section of the Western States Trail. Now we bring you to new trails like the Foresthill Divide Loop 30K, the Overlook race on the Tevis trail with a river crossing and Lost and Found 30K on the Warren Lake loop atop Castle Peak. From the high Sierras to the depths of the American River Canyons, our events are unique, beautiful and challenging and where all are welcomed like an old friend.


Explore more

How many times do you want to race around the same areas? We are always exploring unique and scenic locations to develop new races in beautiful areas like the North Fork American River and in Truckee/Tahoe. Working with a multitude of government agencies and non-profits in order to access terrain that was previously unavailable is not simple, but the outcome is worth the effort. It may take more time and energy to achieve these goals but at E3
we strive to keep moving forward to bring you epic new adventures.


It's all about you

There are a handful of top notch events that have great aid stations and volunteers and Epic Endurance Events are no exception. With help from race legends like Ann Trason and John Trent we are proud to bring the most experienced, helpful and hard-working volunteers to guide you on your journey. To pick you up when you’re feeling down, to fill you with the best food and drinks and to carry all that is needed to very remote locations. We are dedicated to do this for you so your chances of success and well-being are increased.

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Giving back

We have been blessed with countless examples of people going above and beyond to help at our events; it is for that reason that our events are successful. So we in turn give back to the sport. You will find us volunteering at aid stations at races like Western States (Lyons Ridge), Lake Sonoma, Silver State 50/50, Broken Arrow, Castle Peak and TRT. We also have a new trail stewardship program in conjunction with the US Forest Service with five trail-work days per year to open and maintain trails in the Tahoe National Forest. In addition, we also donate funds to the Foresthill Schools athletic department, the Western States Trail fund and property owners for maintenance and access to roads for aid stations.


Make your next trail adventure an Epic one


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