November 1 – December 31, 2021
Length: 200 Miles
The Across Florida 200-Mile Endurance Trail Run takes you across the state of Florida. Challenge yourself with 100 miles of the Florida Trail, 20 miles of State Park trails, 45 miles of dirt roads, 15 miles of new Rails to Trails, and only 20 miles of road. Brought to you by ARGeorgia.com, FLX Adventures, Florida State Parks, and the City of St. Augustine. Runners can start their journey on Monday, November 1st on the west coast of Florida and finish by Friday, December 31st. Registered runners will receive access to GPX files, maps of each section with details on all suggested aid station locations for your crew to support you along the way. Once you complete the full 200 miles, runners will receive the largest ever buckle and race t-shirt, as well as custom-designed awards. NEVER STEP FOOT ON THE SAME TRAIL TWICE DURING THIS RACE, NO OUT AND BACKS, NO LOOPS OR REPEATS. THIS IS A "TRUE" POINT-TO-POINT CHALLENGE.
2021 Race Pricing
$100 Per Racer (Solo Only)
Important Registration Dates
Registration Ends: 12/31/21
Runners can start as early as November 1st and the final day will be December 31st. Results must be posted by January 2nd which includes their tracking details and start and finish dates/times/photos.
GPX files with printable maps will be provided and each racer should carry a GPS tracker for the entire race so staff, support crews, and family can track you during your journey. The race starts at the west end of the Withlacoochee Bay Trail at the pavilion. You'll then travel 12 miles of the Withlacoochee Bay Trail to Lake Rousseau Dam & Recreational Area. Next, 20 miles of power-line trails along Lake Rousseau to pick up the Florida Trail south of Dunnellon. You'll travel on the beautiful Florida Trail for 50 miles through the Cross Florida Greenway. Once south of Silver Springs and the edge of the Ocala National Forest there will be 20 miles of dirt roads to reconnect to the Florida Trail. Then, you'll head north 60 miles on the most scenic part of the Florida Trail through the rolling hills of the Ocala National Forest. Once in Palatka, this will be the hardest part of the race with 20 miles of the new Rails to Trails route to St. Augustine and then 10 miles of roads to finish at the pier in St. Augustine Beach.
There is a section through the Marjorie Harris Carr Greenway east of Dunnellon that is closed the second weekend of November due to a youth hunt. Always check https://outreach.myfwc.com/events for updates on hunting in Florida.
What We Provide
1. The longest and most challenging point to point run in the South!
2. GPX file download*.
3. Printable maps with details for each leg of the race.
4. Race T-shirt
5. The largest finisher buckle ever given out at any ultra.
6. Custom-designed awards.
*Having a GPS tracking device (not provided) during the race with a link for crew and family to follow is a must.
Suggested Gear List for the event.
Crew and Pacer Information
Selecting a crew is one of the most important tasks to consider. Here are some tips. We will be providing detailed crew instructions for the best and safest results.
Be prepared for the weather to change. Carry a small can of mace for possible dog encounters. Make sure you have good headlamps and a flashing red light on the back of your vest. Crew vehicles should never follow behind runners on any roads. Having a GPS tracking device (not provided) during the race with a link for crew and family to follow is a must.
Each solo runner must complete all 200 miles on their own without any other form of transportation in a single attempt. There is no completing the race over separate days. This is a continuous race of all 200 miles. Each runner must be signed-up through UltraSignup to be official. Follow the official GPX course with no cutting of the designed course. All data, including required photos, GPS tracking, or Strava information, must be submitted to qualify for awards and UltraSignup results. No relays or passing off the GPS tracker to another runner. Pacers are allowed at any time.
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org with the name and email of the person to whom you wish transfer your entry.
Top 3 Solo awards in each class below.
• Overall Men – 1st in 200-mile solo receives 2022 entry.
• Overall Women – 1st in 200-mile solo receives 2022 entry.
• Masters Men (40–59)
• Masters Women (40–59)
• Grand Masters Men (60 and older)
• Grand Masters Women (60 and older)