The Extreme North Dakota Terrifying Run Amongst Innumerable Lost Souls: it's our annual epic Halloween themed trail run. Taking place in Turtle River State Park, runners will compete solo or as part of a relay team to try to get in as many laps as possible in 6 or 12 hours.
The course has lots of windy single track, some fast and flat double track, lots of undulations (this is North Dakota, don't worry too much!) and about 100 yards of pavement. It is a beautiful place to run!
Four Ways to Race
Zombie 12-Hour: Race solo for 12 hours to get the most number of laps of the course.
Zombie 6-Hour: Race solo for 6 hours.
Skeleton Army: Race with a team of up to four people for 12 hours, alternating laps.
Imp: 10k trail run. Register as an Imp and get a taste of the race without spending all day at it. Race solo for one lap of the course, refuel, and just think about upgrading to Zombie next year...
See Course Book
Date: October 30 2022
Zombies 12-Hour and Skeleton Armies race 8:00 am to 8:00 pm.
Zombies 6-hour race 8:00 am to 2 pm.
Imp 10K races at 2:30 pm.
Cap: Race will be limited to 100 total runners.
|Race (click name to register)
||Through August 31
|Zombie - 12 Hours - Open Soon
|Zombie - 6 Hours - Open Soon
|Skeleton Army - 12 Hours - Open Soon
||$35 per person
||$40 per person
||$45 per person
|Imp - 1 Lap - Open Soon
Youth (still under 18 on race day) save 50% during online registration.
UND and NCTC students save 25% during online registration. Email us from your school account to get a coupon code.
Online registration will close at 11:59 PM Thursday. See course book for information about registering after that.
Location: Turtle River State Park, near Arvilla, ND. You will need to purchase a day pass ($7) or have an annual ND State Park pass on your vehicle to enter.
Entry Includes: A stellar course, swag, results.
Categories: Division Zombie, Division 2 person Skeleton Army, Division 3/4 person Skeleton Army.
Scoring: Racers and Teams are first ranked based on the number of laps completed (in under 12 hours) and then by the time in which the last lap was completed. Depending on conditions, 50 miles is a pretty hardcore benchmark to shoot for.
This event forms part of the entry requirement into the Undead Hall of Fame. In order to achieve Undead Hall of Fame
status a racer must complete 100 miles in END-TOMBED
and 50 miles (on foot) during END-TRAILS
in the same weekend. Good luck. You're going to need it.
Part of the UMTR Timed Series
. UMTR members receive a 15% discount on race entry in 50K, 100K, or 100M races. Email UMTR
to get the discount code.