Tahoe Rim Trail 50M / 100M
Drop Bag Information
ALL 100-MILE DROP BAGS SHOULD BE BROUGHT TO PACKET-PICK-UP AT THE NEVADA STATE CAPITOL LEGISLATIVE GROUNDS BY NO LATER THAN 3:00 PM!
100-MILE DROP BAGS will be allowed at the Hobart, Tunnel Creek, Diamond Peak, and Snow Valley Peak and 50-mile aid stations. If runners have support crew that can deliver drop bags for there runners it will help to reduce the impact on race volunteers. All 100-mile drop bags will be returned to and available for pick-up at the awards ceremony on Sunday afternoon at the Start/Finish are at Spooner Lake State Park.
50-MILE DROP BAGS: 50-Mile runners can have drop bags delivered to the Tunnel Creek and Diamond Peak aid stations. Please be aware that drop bags will not be returned from Diamond Peak until approximately 10am and approximately 3 pm for Tunnel Creek. Any unclaimed 50M drop bags will also be available at the awards ceremony on Sunday afternoon.
We do not offer services for 50K drop bags. 50K runners wishing to have drop bags available during the event will need to make their own arrangements.
Secure bag storage will be available at the Spooner Lake State Park for runners who wish to leave drop bags before the race with plans to collect then once finshed.
Runners are solely responsible for collecting their drop bags. ALL UNCLAIMED DROP BAGS REMAINING AT THE CONCLUSION OF THE AWARDS CEREMONY WILL BE DISPOSED OF AT THE DISCRETION OF RACE MANAGEMENT. The Tahoe Rim Trail Endurance Runs is not responsible for mailing or shipping any unclaimed drop bags.
Drop bags must not be larger than 6" X 8" and no longer than 16". Drop bags must weight less than 20 pounds. Make sure drop bags are made of a durable material, no paper or cardboard containers. You are limited to one drop bag per aid station. Safety runners are not allowed drop bags. NO ICE CHESTS OR COOLERS.
DO NOT leave perishable items or glass bottles in your drop bags. Nightime temperatures along the Tahoe Rim Trail Endurance Runs can drop into the low 30's, even in July. Exposed ridgetop section commonly experience strong winds even at night. You are strongly encouraged to leave warm clothing and an extra flashlight and batteries at aid station you plan to visit at night. Onset of Hypothermia is one of the leading causes of drops at night!
ALL DROP BAGS MUST BE CLEARLY LABELED WITH NAME, BIB NUMBER AND DESIRED AID STATION. DO NOT LEAVE VALUABLES IN YOUR DROP BAGS. RACE MANAGEMENT IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR MISSING OR DAMAGED CONTENTS.