Records

50KM

Course Records
Benjamin Cogger 3:42:29, 2018
Emily Gordon 4:30:32, 2017

Most Finishes

11 Finishes
• Maria Barton

9 Finishes
• Steve Hagedorn
• Rick Bothwell
• Zach Pierce
• Michael Scandrett

8 Finishes
• Greg Allen
• Pat Susnik

7 Finishes
• Steve Schuder
• Jeff Allen

6 Finishes
• Doug Allen
• Jon Howard
• Jason Husveth
• Dmytro Koshevy
• Aaron Larson
• Dawn Long
• Shelly Thompson
• Patricia Torchia

Oldest Finisher:
Dick Kaminski, 69 – 2006

Youngest Finisher:
Sarah Schmidt-Dannert, 16 – 2016

25KM:

Course Records
Eric Hartmark 1:39:09, 2012
Emma Spoon 2:00:26, 2017

Most Finishes
10 Finishes
• Loren Albin

9 Finishes
• Pam Albin
• Steve Geronime
• Jim Gunderson
• Todd Howard

8 Finishes
• Carolyn Gunderson
• David Huberty

7 Finishes
• Michael Gloss
• John Hopkins
• Julie Reichhoff
• Carrie Ryan
• Steve Smillie
• Nicholas Whitbread
• Barb Zeches

 

Oldest Finisher
• David Huberty, 72 – 2016
• Porter Stockton, 72 – 2003

Youngest Finisher
• Henry Scherer, 9 – 2010
• Luke Cassidy, 9 – 2011
• Olivia Lutkevich, 9 – 2012
• Hadley Knight, 9 – 2017

12.5KM:

Course Records
Wynn Davis 54:48, 2018
Bayli Maliszewski 1:13:30, 2018

Oldest Finisher
• Burgess Eberhardt, 76 – 2018

Youngest Finisher
• Sonya Shyrshova, 8 – 2018

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Superior Spring Trail Race
50KM & 25KM
Lutsen, Minnesota
Saturday May 18th, 2019
50KM 7:00AM
25KM 8:00AM
12.5KM 9:00AM

Registration / Lottery:
Opens Tuesday January 1st, 2019 – 12:01AM CST
Closes Tuesday January 15th, 2019 – 11:59PM CST
* Due to high demand, registration for the Superior “Spring” Trail Race is held via a lottery, more details about the lottery can be found HERE

Directions to Race Start:
Caribou Highlands Resort / Lodge
371 Ski Hill Road
Lutsen, MN 55612
Google Maps Directions HERE
Approx Travel Times
1:15 North of Two Harbors, MN
1:45 North of Duluth, MN
4:00 North of Minneapolis, MN

Terrain / Course Description:
The Superior 12.5KM, 25KM and 50KM Trail Races are extremely hilly, rugged and technical out-and-back (100% trail) trail-races which traverses the Sawtooth Mountain Range on the Superior Hiking Trail in the far reaches northern Minnesota .  The course parallels Lake Superior, the greatest freshwater lake in the world, climbs to near 2000′ peaks with breath-taking vistas of the lake and inland forests and crosses whitewater rivers and serene streams while meandering through mystic Boreal forests.  The races start and finish at Caribou Highlands Resort in Lutsen Minnesota.

Superior 50KM
25KM Out & Back Course = 50KM (31MI)
Elevation Gain 4,200 FT
Elevation Loss 4,200 FT
NET Elevation Change 8,400 FT
4 Aid Stations
9 Hour Time Limit
Starts at 7:00AM Saturday
Compete 50KM Info HERE

Superior 25KM
12.5KM Out & Back Course = 25KM (15.1MI)
Elevation Gain 2,300 FT
Elevation Loss 2,300 FT
NET Elevation Change 4,600 FT
1 Aid Station
8 Hour Time Limit
Starts Saturday at 8:00AM
Complete 25KM Info HERE

Superior 12.5KM
12.5KM Point to Point Course. 12.5KM = 7.75MI
Elevation Gain  900 FT
Elevation Loss 1,050 FT
NET Elevation Change 1,950 FT
NO Aid Stations
7 Hour Time Limit
Starts Saturday at 9:00AM
Complete 12.5KM Info HERE

More About the Area:
The North Shore of Lake Superior runs from Duluth, Minnesota at the Southwestern end of the lake, to Thunder Bay and Nipigon, Ontario, Canada, in the North to Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, in the east. The shore is characterized by alternating rocky cliffs and cobblestone beaches, with rolling hills and ridges covered in boreal forest inland from the lake, through which scenic rivers and waterfalls descend as they flow to Lake Superior. The shoreline between the city of Duluth to the international border at Grand Portage as the North Shore.  Lake Superior is considered the largest freshwater lake in the world by surface area. It is the world’s third-largest freshwater lake by volume and the largest by volume in North America.  The Superior Hiking Trail, also known as the SHT, is a 310-mile long distance hiking single-track hiking trail in Northeastern Minnesota that follows the ridgeline overlooking Lake Superior for most of its length. The trail travels through forests of birch, aspen, pine, fir, and cedar. Hikers and runners enjoy views of boreal forests, the Sawtooth Mountains, babbling brooks, rushing waterfalls, and abundant wildlife. The lowest point on the trail is 602 feet above sea level and the highest point is 1,829 feet above sea level.