Course Stats

Combine 8.3-13.5 miles of the toughest terrain in central Pennsylvania with the worst of winter weather.  What do you get?  The Frozen Snot!  It is one tough booger.  In 2014, we added 600+ of elevation gain for a total climb of over 3,200 feet for the 8.3 miler and 5,800 feet for the 13.5 miler.  Most people report that is the most difficult trail race they have ever done.  Mile for mile it ranks with the most challenging in the nation.

Vital Statistics

VITAL STATISTICS ("Long Course")

Length: 13.5 +/- miles

Total Elevation Gain: 5,800 + feet

Elevation Gain Per Mile: 423 feet

Toughest Single Climb: 1,300 feet (The Beast - ground distance 2,900 feet)

Aid Stations: Zindel Park and the Bacon Station (bottom of The Avenue)

 

VITAL STATISTICS ("Short Course")

Length: 8.3 +/- miles

Total Elevation Gain: 3,775 + feet

Elevation Gain Per Mile: 454 feet

Toughest Single Climb: 1,100 feet (Barb's KMA Trail - about 1 mile)

Aid Stations: Zindel Park and the Bacon Station (bottom of The Avenue)

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