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April 1, 2023

Lengths: 100 Miles or 100K

The 3rd Annual Endurance Hunter 100 mile Trail Run will start in beautiful downtown Blue Ridge, GA, and finish in Chatsworth, GA. THE ONLY 100 MILER THAT PROVIDES GPS TRACKERS FOR ALL RUNNERS! Running on the challenging Benton MacKaye and Pinhoti trails through some of the most beautiful sections of North Georgia. Brought to you by ARGEORGIA.COM, Fort Mountain State Park, and Fannin County Chamber of Commerce. Hunter Leininger (The Endurance Hunter) has designed a unique course with some of his favorite parts of the BMT, Pinhoti, and Fort Mountain trails. It will be tough! This is not just a race; it is an unforgettable event! The best time of the year in Georgia with temps in the 60's with Spring in full swing. Fully supported race with 10 stocked aid stations also, shuttle service available from the finish to Blue Ridge on race day if you have no support crew. Never step foot on the same trail twice during this race, no out and backs, or repeats. This is a “true” point-to-point challenge.

Cash Prizes
100 Mile Male & Female Winner receive $500 each!

Beat the Course Record

Anyone who breaks the course record for the 100 Mile gets a $250 prize!

Male Record: 23:34:32  Female Record: 24:10:05

2022 Race Pricing


Early Registration: $260
Regular Registration: $300

Early Registration: $190
Regular Registration: $240

Important Registration Dates

Registration Opens: 5/16/22

Early Registration Ends: 10/31/22

Registration Ends: 3/30/23


100-Mile Start: 5:00am
Cut-off: 40 hours or 9:00pm, Sunday.

100K Start: 5:00am 
Cut-off: 32 hours or 2:00pm, Sunday.

Early Package Pick-up

Friday, March 31
4:00pm to 7:00pm
Downtown City Park
900 E. Main St. Blue Ridge, GA 30513

Package Pick Pick-up/Race Day
Saturday, April 1
Starting at 4:30am
Downtown City Park
900 E. Main St. Blue Ridge, GA 30513


Start Location

Downtown Blue Ridge, GA. City Park

900 E. Main St., Blue Ridge, GA 30513



NEW IMPROVEMENTS FOR 2022: Now that Covid restrictions are easing, we have improvements in mind for our second year! Increased trail signage, hot food at some aid stations and the finish, a warming tent and changing tent at the finish, the option for finish line drop bags, and increased shuttle service will be added to the event to make our runners more comfortable and keep you going. Both distances will have GPS trackers so your crew will know where you are and your families and fans can watch at home!

There are no mandatory volunteer hours required for any of our races; however, they are welcomed and greatly appreciated.

Race Course

Signs and flagging mark the entire 100-mile course. Maps will also be provided and each racer or team will be assigned a GPS tracker for the entire race so race staff, support crews, and family can track you during your journey.

Drop Bags

100-Mile Runners: (4) one-gallon bags provided by us at check-in.                   

100K Runners: (2) one-gallon bags provided by us at check-in.

Crew and Pacer Information 

Selecting a crew is one of the most important tasks to consider. Here are some tips.

You may only receive the aid within 100 feet of any aid station or water/crew station that allows crew access. Pacers allowed after aid station #5 and support crews welcome the entire race. More details to come.

What We Provide

• The longest and most challenging point-to-point ultra trail run in Georgia!
• Online tracking for support and family. Live race updates during the race for family and friends at home to stay connected with your progress. Trackers for all runners.
• Full media teams will produce professional race videos and photos for the entire race which will be available to racers after the race for free. 
• Long-sleeve unisex race shirt.
• 9 fully stocked aid stations, hot food at some aid stations; however, not guaranteed. 
• Shuttle for racers back to the start.

• Drop bags.
• Finisher buckle.
• Custom-designed awards.
• Post-race meal.

Race Tip

Be prepared for the weather to change.


Once you are registered for the race you will receive updates or changes via the email you provide. Also, video updates and other information are posted on the ARGeorgia Facebook Page.


In order to speed up the check-in process on race day, please download and fill in the ARGeorgia Liability Waiver for each runner and pacer, and bring it to the race with you to check-in. Pacers can download, print, and sign the waiver so then the racer can bring it to check-in.​



No cutting of the designed course. All flags must be punched to receive credit for the entire course. Details in pre-race email. Listen and follow all instructions from race staff and medical personnel during the race. Be courteous to other runners and day hikers. You may only receive the aid within 100 feet of an aid station that allows crew access. No littering. Take in, take out. Trekking poles are allowed. The race director has the sole discretion of the administration of any violations of the race rules ranging from a time penalty up to and including disqualification. Pacers allowed after aid station #5 and support crews welcome the entire race. More details to come.


Cancellations and Transfers

We understand things happen. No refunds will be issued; however, you may transfer your entry to another racer in the same event without a penalty until 5 days before the event. You are responsible for finding a person interested in buying your entry as well as working out payment with them. Entries do not transfer to other events nor do they transfer year to year. If you would like to sell your entry to another racer, please contact with the name and email of the person to whom you wish transfer your entry.


Top 5 Solo awards in each class below.
• Overall Men – 1st in 100-mile solo receives $500 and 2023 entry.
• Overall Women – 1st in 100-mile solo receives $500 and 2023 entry.

• Overall Men – 1st in 100K solo receives 2022 entry.

• Overall Women – 1st in 100K solo receives 2022 entry.
• Masters Men (50–59)
• Masters Women (50–59)
• Grand Masters Men (60 and older)
• Grand Masters Women (60 and older)

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