Race Description: The Cohutta 100 makes its home in the Appalachian foothills of Southeastern Tennessee's Cherokee National Forest. Our 100 miles of race course traverses the mountain terrain by world class single track and fire roads. Our single track is fast and flowing, tight and technical. Our fire roads are demanding but rewarding with long ascents, fast descents, and beautiful mountain views.
The Cohutta 100 race course is supported by 8 Aid Stations passes. Total elevation gain is approximately 14,000 feet. Race course is a mainly out-and-back format with single track loops on either end of mountain fire road sections. Single track to fire road ratio is about 40/60.
In the heart of Spring, Tennessee can be cool, warm, or both. Expect to lose yourself in forest sunbeams while carving hard packed trails through fern beds, hardwoods, and every shade of green leaf imaginable; only to find yourself again on technical, tear-drawing descents only a few miles later.
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Registration: Register Now, limit 450
Start: Saturday April 27, 2013 -- 7:00 AM
MANDATORY Check-in: Friday April 26 -- 12:00 PM to 10:00 PM (drop bag cut off is 8:00 PM sharp)
Location: Ocoee Whitewater Center, Cherokee National Forest, Tennesse
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