September 25, 2021 - Let's Go!
Registration will open May 1st
Limited registration will start 7 am MDT on Saturday May 1st. We have about 90 rollovers and will allow a capacity of 120 to begin with. Everyone who registers after that will be placed on the wait list and we will add more numbers as COVID restrictions allow. We are hopeful to be able to allow between 150 and 175 into the run if conditions allow so we anticipate a lot of movement off the wait list.
There is still a no refund policy as we anticipate having to spend registration funds on supplies this year. As always we are 100% non-profit with proceeds going to Navajo YES charity. If for some reason beyond our control we have to run a more limited event, entrants will be chosen by order of registration. Hope to see you all on Tsoodzil in September.
Registration for a limited number of people will open on May 1st at ultrasignup.com. For registrants that opted to rollover from 2020, you should have received an email invitation. This invitation to register using your credit from last year is good until April 30th; you may be responsible for the ultrasignup.com fee.
Starting May 1 we will open a limited number of general spots based on the number of rollovers that re-registered and the current NM DOH COVID guidelines. After those slots are filled, we will maintain a waitlist. We will add numbers to our event as the COVID guidelines allow.
Thanks for your patience while we work to put on a good event this year!
***2021 COVID Update***
3/1/21 - We are intending to hold this year's event as normally as possible. 90 entrants from 2020 rolled over; we won't know how many runners we can start this year until we get more information from the state about large group sizes. New Mexico has been conservative with its COVID policies and we are working with the Mt Taylor Ranger district put on as normal an event as possible. We will post more information after a meeting with them in the middle of March. Our intention is to open registration for the remaining slots by June 1 at the latest.
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September 25th, 2021
Come explore beautiful Mt. Taylor!
Only 90 minutes west of Albuquerque near Grants, New Mexico, the trail system and jeep road network here criss-cross the mountain giving runners every possible view. Join us in the Navajo tradition of waking up before dawn and running east to greet the sunrise from La Mosca Lookout. See the views of the volcanic plugs to the north, the forested Continental Divide Trail, trails through open high mountain meadows, and the 360 degree view from the summit of Mt. Taylor at 11,305 ft. This not-for-profit 50K is a scenic and challenging mountain ultra created by runners, for runners. Once you see the course, you'll wonder why you've never been here before.