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Canebrake 200 Miler

March 26th 2024 @ 7:00 AM

Registration Open

Have you dreamed of running 200 miles but needed the right atmosphere in an incredibly supportive community? The newest Yeti Trail Runners race is for you! Run past the ruins of the New Manchester Manufacturing Company textile mill, through movie locations like The Hunger Games, and wilderness just outside of Atlanta at Sweetwater Creek State Park.
A generous 96 hour cut off, sleep station, and open kitchen with hot home cooked food.The course consists of a 5 mile loop followed by a 10 mile outer loop. The majority is very runnable consisting of compacted dirt trail, roots, rocks and occasional gravel road bed.

Ready to push your limits physically, mentally and emotionally? This is your chance. Open to only 66 runners and there will be a waitlist when the race sells out.

Refund Policy when paid in full:
12/28 50% refund
1/28 25% refund
No exceptions

Payment plan
Available by request and on as needed basis. Please email the race director for details and only if truly necessary.


Sweetwater State Park

Athletes With Disabilities

Criteria for AWD Entry

  • AWDs must be able to run the course

  • Tethers may be used for athletes with a visually impairment

  • Leg prosthetics may be used for amputees.

  • Crutches, braces, or poles may be used if indicated/necessary, with approval from the RD.

  • Since the course is a trail through the mountains, it is not suitable for athletes in wheelchairs (see more on this below).

  • AWDs must be able to finish within the 30 hour cutoff.

Refund Policy

As a runner it’s inevitable that you’re going to register for a race that at some point later on you’re unfortunately not going to be able to start for one reason or another. It happens to all of us, especially as race registrations need to open months in advance of the races themselves, and life happens during those interim months: Injuries, work, family emergencies, etc. We assure you we get it; we really do. And we strive to be as understanding and cooperative as we practically and financially can.
But just because the race hasn’t happened yet doesn’t mean we haven’t already incurred significant expenses related to that race. We pay taxes on the income from the entry fees; we pay for permits, insurance, and supplies (including race shirts, buckles and other awards) For all of these reasons and more we cannot offer refunds, deferrals or transfers.