Aid Stations & Crew Access

Water, Hammer Heed, Coke/Clear Soda, Fruit, Cookies, M&M's, Salty Pretzels and chips, PB&J's, etc.
 Typical ultra food.  Maybe a special treat near the end of the 40 miler. Boulder Lakes Trailhead usually has a great spread.

2016 AID STATION SPREADSHEET 

Crew Access will be limited to Boulder Lakes Trailhead.  10/20M courses are the same with minor exceptions inside JMR lands.  The 40M course is significantly different (changed in 2015) with new aid stations. 40M will still hit Boulder Lakes TH 2x.

Crew Access to Boulder Lakes Trailhead (BLT).
https://www.google.com/maps/dir/44.8371316,-116.0260823/44.8367968,-116.0473254/44.8693499,-115.9723523/@44.8576694,-116.0434201,13z/data=!4m2!4m1!3e0?hl=en

Once on Boulder Lake Road (Forest Road #403), you will stay straight, not turning onto any jeep roads or spur roads.  Boulder Lake Road is very bumpy and rutted, but is passable by many passenger cars without incident.  After about 4 bumpy miles you will reach steep switchbacks that will go over the top of a hill and descend a few hundred feet to the parking area.  Go slowly and watch for runners on the road in the last few hundred yards before the aid station. Park carefully to avoid overly congesting the area and crowding out other users.  Carpool if at all possible.

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