2021 Event

3/24/21
Hey Runners,

We are coming up on registration time for the 2021 Cuyamaca 100k, and it looks like we are in a similar situation to last year.  State Parks are currently not accepting applications for permits for special events in Cuyamaca.  However, it’s a long time to October 2nd, and I’m relatively optimistic that we’ll be able to have some kind of event this year should the trajectory of vaccinations and case rates continue as they are.

Therefore, when April 1st rolls around a week from now, we will open registration once again on a conditional basis.  When you register, you will register for a wait list and no fees will be accepted.  When the park is ready to accept permits, runners will be invited to register officially in the order in which they registered for the wait list.  Only at that time will payment be accepted, and at that time runners will be asked to confirm or decline the registration invite.

Please keep your fingers crossed, wear your masks, and get vaccinated!

Thanks,

Scott


I hope everyone is staying safe and healthy in this new year.  I'm sure that, like me, you are hoping for running and racing to start getting back to normal.  

This year, we hope to hold our 9th Cuyamaca 100k Endurance Run on Saturday, October 2nd.

We will open registration on April 1st, and it will likely be conditional registration.  This means we will open with an ordered waitlist and add runners officially once State Parks are accepting permit applications.

Please check back here, or on our Ultrasignup, Instagram, or Facebook pages for updates on the current situation.




Cuyamaca Outdoor School
Since 2012, the Cuyamaca 100k has benefited from the support of the Cuyamaca Outdoor School.  The venue and facilities that host our race are home to a 6th grade camp program that has inspired the love of the outdoors in thousands of students over the course of the 70+ years.  Please join us in supporting the outdoor education of San Diego's youth at sixthgradecamp.org.

San Diego Ultra Slam
The RD's of San Diego's mountain ultra races have put together a special award for those runners who complete four races of each iconic ultra distance; 50k, 50 miles, 100k, and 100 miles. Please visit sandiegoultraslam.com for more information.