Sluice Box 100 Mile Race 2012

Sluice box 100The Sluice Box 100 – a new endurance race in Fairbanks, Alaska. You’ve heard of the midnight sun, blood-thirsty mosquitoes, and gold-rich terrain that define Interior Alaska. Here’s your opportunity to test yourself against these challenges of the last frontier along with 12,000-foot elevation gain, swamp crossings, and crusty sourdoughs with guns during the inaugural Sluice Box 100-mile adventure race in Fairbanks, Alaska.
Bike or run across four of Fairbanks’ sun-drenched domes, dropping to the valley floor between each one to swim in Goldstream Creek and check in at our vintage watering holes. Leave the headlamp at home, but bring your headnet!
The race details:

  • Description: Technical and hilly POINT-TO-POINT 100 mile trail run or bike. Starts at University of Alaska Fairbanks Patty Center and ends at the Fairbanks Exploration Gold Camp in Chatanika. The course climbs Ester Dome, Murphy Dome, Pedro Dome, and Cleary Summit, dropping down to historic mining valleys in between each climb. 98 percent on trails and rural dirt roads.
  • Mandatory pre-race meeting: 5pm on Friday, June 29th, Location is University of Alaska Schaible Auditorium
  • Race Time: Start at 7:00am Saturday, June 30th. Cutoff time: July 1, 7:00pm
  • Entry Fee: $200 until June 1, then $300.
  • Contact: Ann Farris at 687-0278, [email protected]
  • Sponsored by: Endurance North
  • Proceeds benefit endurance activities in Alaska
  • NO RACE DAY ENTRY – 100 person limit
  • Register Online: Open now at
  • A full course map can be found at the race website The home of multiday running news and events.

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