Race - May 14, 2021
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You must have completed any 100 mile trail race, the Cruel Jewel 50, H9 50, or the Georgia Death Race to be eligible to register for the CJ100.
This race consists of 94 miles of trails, 12 miles of mountain roads, and 20 aid stations. Along your journey from Vogel State Park to Blue Ridge, GA and back, you'll experience tough, and sometimes technical, singletrack trails, ferns and old growth poplar trees, steep ascents and even steeper descents, a historic steel bridge spanning the Toccoa River, the Dragon's Spine, lush green hardwood forests, rocks, roots and ridge lines ... all of which will be passed before you reach your final destination. And as a bonus we have thrown in 33,000 feet of gain and 33,000 feet of loss just to keep it interesting!!
Need to Know
The Cruel Jewel 100
is laid out for tough and experienced trail runners, therefore there will be qualifications and requirements to be eligible for entry and strict cut off times at all aid stations put in place for your safety.
Cruel Jewel 100
is a HARDROCK Qualifier!!
Earn Points for UTMB 2017 Registration:
Cruel Jewel 50 = 4 Points
Cruel Jewel 100
= 6 Points
A few stream crossings must be navigated along the way, but nothing to get your feet wet unless it's raining.
The 100 (106) mile race starts at Vogel State Park. The route goes over Coosa Mountain connecting to the Duncan Ridge Trail
and the BMT. You do a 6-mile loop at Deep Gap before heading for Camp Morganton, where you'll turn around back to the 6 mile loop, plus a very cruel out and back before heading east to Vogel State park.
DATE: May 19-21, 2017
START TIME: 100 mile @ 12 NOON on FRIDAY, MAY 19TH
50 mile @ 8am on SATURDAY, MAY 20TH
LOCATION: 100 Mile Start: Vogel State Park, Blairsville, GA
50 Mile Start: Camp Morganton, Blue Ridge, GA
EVENTS: 100 and 50 mile races
PACKET PICKUP: May 19th: 9:00am - 11:00am @ Vogel State Park for 50 & 100 milers
May 20th: 4:30am-5:30am @ Vogel State Park ONLY for those taking shuttle
May 20th: 6:00am - 7:30am @ Camp Morganton for those driving to the start
History & Background
This is the 5th year of the race.
Shared By: Brad Goodridge