Cocodona 250

ATRA race member

20211223
2021-05-03

May 03, 2021 at 7:00 AM

Cocodona 250

35900 Old Black Canyon Highway

Black Canyon City AZ, 85324

USA

Entry Fee $1395
(Lowest or Early Registration)

Entry Fee 2 $1395
(Highest or Late Registration)

Prize Money: yes

Distance(s):

  • 250M

Type: Ultra

Starting Elevation: 4000

High Point: 9200

Percent of the course on un-paved trails: 90%

First Year of the Event: 2021

Description:

Cocodona is the brainchild of Jamil Coury, brought to life by Aravaipa Running – linking together some of the most iconic trails and towns in Arizona for one monumental undertaking of 250 consecutive miles. Join us May 3-8, 2021 for the inaugural running of this life altering ultramarathon.

The Cocodona Trail is a curated route through central Arizona linking historic towns and paths off the beaten path. The rich history of the towns linked up through little traveled ranges makes this a one-of-a-kind tour of Arizona.

From the beauty of the Sonoran desert, through canyons and pine forests this is a magical route. The accomplishment of traveling the Cocodona Trail on foot will be one of the most life changing and epic journeys of an endurance athletes career. We envision this as a once in a lifetime experience and the pinnacle endurance challenge in North America.

Cocodona 250 takes runners from Black Canyon City up into the Bradshaw Mountains – an area steeped in gold mining lore – to the historic town of Crown King. The course then traverses more of the Bradshaws, up and over Mount Union, and snakes down into Prescott where it cuts straight through town on Whiskey Row and out into the iconic Granite Dells. From Prescott the course heads up and over Mingus Mountain into the town of Jerome and onward through Sedona, experiencing a mix of stunning red rock formations and high desert vistas. As runners leave Sedona, the course starts to get into the pines of Flagstaff, finishing up and over Mt Elden and into downtown Flagstaff. It is an extraordinary undertaking and gives runners an incredible point-to-point experience through some of the best landscapes that Arizona has to offer.

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Held on May 03, 2021

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