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Foresthill Divide Loop 30K

February 1, 2020
Auburn, CA

the best in early season trail parties

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experience new trails with old friends.

Epic Endurance Events is excited to bring you the Foresthill Divide Loop 30K. Starting at 8am at the top of Driver’s Flat, (the north side of Foresthill Rd) the FDL trail winds through beautiful forested canopy and views of Lake Clementine and the North Fork of the American River. Continue on the Connector Trail to the Fuel Break/Culvert trail and under Foresthill Road through the culvert, cross Old Foresthill Road and wind through the OHV park to the South side FDL Trail and finish at Drivers Flat staging area. We will bring you great aid stations, cool swag, an awesome route with clear course marking, (gpx to download) plus food and drinks at the finish for everyone. This will be a fun early season shorter distance trail party on some new and beautiful trails that many people don’t experience. What a great day to run on new trails with old friends and enjoy post race festivities!

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GPX file available  HERE .

GPX file available HERE.

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Thanks to all who made our inaugural event such a success! 2018 results can be found here.
2019 results can be found here.

Race Start Time:

The 30K start is 8am

Packet Pickup:

Bibs will be handed out race morning only. Our famous race swag will be waiting for you at the finish line.


To put it simply- our volunteers allow us to do what we do! We show our appreciation to all of our volunteers with great swag and an invitation to our finish-line party. If you'd like to help out please click HERE.

Cancellation Policy:

We have a NO REFUND, DEFERRAL OR TRANSFER POLICY. It is very expensive and time consuming to organize and produce a trail running event. Most costs (swag, insurance, application and permit fees, emergency services, preparation time, etc.) have been incurred well in advance. Even a small percentage of runners requesting refunds, deferrals or transfers would be prohibitive. Thank you for your understanding.