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The Yeti 100 Mile Endurance Run

September 29, 2023 @ 7:00 am – September 30, 2023 @ 1:00 pm EDT

Registration for the 2023 Yeti 100 will open on Jan.2nd 2023 – This race will sell out.

This is a great first 100 race or to go Sub 24 !!

: Must complete 50 miles on foot within 15 months of race date or have finished 100 miles in the last 2 years. If you have trouble finding an event in your area , you can use the Yeti Run Club for your qualifier .

You may also register with a planned 50 mile or 24 hour event on your race calendar leading up to the 2023 event.

Start: Whitetop Station

Finish: Abingdon , VA  300 Green Spring Road
Shuttle Pick up: Abingdon ,VA 300 Green Spring Road
Packet Pick up: Wolf Hills Brewery Abingdon ,VA
Shuttle: if you need to edit your shuttle option at any time – just log into your ultrasignup account and edit your registration.
Award: A magical buckle
Special buckle awarded in conjunction with finishers buckle to Sub 24 hour finishers.
This is a highly useful tool for pacing and training. Last year folks who used this had a very high finish rate.

GPS Addresses:

Abingdon Trailhead– 300 Green Spring Road, Abingdon, VA 24210
Watauga Trailhead– 24350 Watauga Road, Abingdon, VA 24211
Alvarado Station– 21198 Alvarado Road, Abingdon, VA 24211
Damascus Town Park– 301 S Beaver Dam Ave, Damascus, VA 24236
Straight Branch Trailhead– Near 25738 Jeb Stuart Highway, Jefferson National Forest Damascus, VA 24236
Taylors Valley Trailhead– 23530 Taylor Valley Road, Jefferson National Forest, Damascus, VA 24236
Creek Junction Trailhead– 21285 Creek Junction Road, Jefferson National Forest, Damascus, VA 24236
Green Cove Station– Green Cove Community Center, 41221 County Road 600, Jefferson National Forest, Damascus, VA 24236
Whitetop Station– Whitetop Gap Road, Whitetop, VA 24292 (note this is NOT Whitetop Mountain but the community of Whitetop, VA)

Mandatory Equipment

A CUP- this is a cupless race. cups account for a large majority of race trash. Please have collapsible cup for soda and most importantly please also carry a cup that can handle hot liquids like broth and coffee. I like using a foam coffee mug or camp style collapsible.

A JACKET – Not having a jacket will end your race pretty quickly. while it may be sunny and warm in the rolling hills in the farm valley, things change quickly on the way up to Whitetop ! especially if you’re walking or get slow on the way back down. A jacket is mandatory, even if you have crew. Most folks that have run and finished it several years, bring a light hat and gloves with them. I cant stress this enough- every year someone has to leave the race at Taylors Valley because they ignored the mandatory gear. Last year- a person arrived and needed medical treatment because they didnt have the mandatory equipment. You have trained way too hard to have your race come to an end over a jacket.


Crews are allowed in designated areas . These areas will be outlined in the runner’s handbook in July.


You are allowed to have one pacer with you and your first pacer is allowed to join the second time through the Alvarado aid station.

Pacers dont need bibs but we always have some cool unicorn ones at packet pick up for your pacer to have .

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.