The Teanaway Country 100 will challenge runners of all levels.  The race will begin at 5 AM on September 7, 2019.  Runners will have until 9 PM September 8, 2019 to finish the run.  September in Washington can be a bit of a mixed bag weather wise.  The days could be very warm and the nights quite cool.  There’s even potential for snow in some of the higher elevations.  Runners should be prepared with multiple layers to accommodate the variable weather.


This run takes place in wild and rugged country.  Though unlikely, runners may encounter bears, cougars, and even wolves.  Runners should be prepared for wildlife encounters.


There will be 13 aid stations throughout the course, yet we recommend that runners plan to carry at least 40 ounces of water.  We also recommend that each runner carry enough food to last them for 3-4 hours.  The aid stations are never more than 10 miles apart, but given the rugged terrain, that could still be a few hours in between aid stations.  


Pacers are allowed from Miller Peak onward.  That means you can pick up or swap out pacers at any crew accessible aid station from mile 45 to the finish. You may only run with one pacer at a time.






4:00 - 6:00 PM, Packet Pick-up



4:00 AM, Runner Check-in & Drop Bag Deposit

4:30 AM, Course Briefing

5:00 AM, Race Start



9:00 PM, Race Conclusion





#1 Mile 6.5 (Sasse Ridge) No Crew


#2 Mile 15.5 (Gallagher Head Lake) No Crew


#3 Mile 21 (Van Epps Pass) No Crew


#4 Mile 28 (Iron Peak) Drop Bag, Crew


#5 Mile 34.7 (Beverly Turnpike) Crew


#6 Mile 45 (Miller Peak) Drop Bag, Crew


#7 Mile 50 (Iron Creek) Crew


#8 Mile 60 (Miller Peak) Drop Bag, Crew


#9 Mile 70 (Beverly Turnpike) Crew


#10 Mile 76.8 (Iron Peak) Drop Bag, Crew


#11 Mile 84 (Van Epps Pass) No Crew


#12 Mile 89.8 (Gallagher Head Lake) No Crew


#13 Mile 98.5 (Jolly Creek) No Crew