You will find volunteers at registration, over a hot stove, dishing up food in a serving line, making sure aid stations are ready and waiting for runners, operating HAM radios for communication, running shuttles, setting up the course, tearing down the course and waving goodbye to runners as they depart and volunteers begin cleanup.
It sounds tough (and it can be), but volunteers love the work. No matter what your talent or capabilities, if you want to volunteer, we can find a job for you.
Volunteers are responsible for their own transportation and lodging.
It’s alot of fun, and runners who aren’t ready for an Ultra can get some first hand experience in this event.
All volunteers must be able to read, write and speak English, and Spanish fluency is much appreciated since we have runners from Mexico and South America.