SINISTER 7 ULTRA

Race Date: July 9-11, 2021


100-miler • 50-miler • Relay

Welcome to Sinister 7 Ultra — a race that may be the greatest challenge of your life. The 100-mile and 50-mile courses will take you through the most rugged, remote and beautiful terrain in Alberta's stunning Rocky Mountains. With over 6,600m of elevation gain across the 100-mile course, this race will punish those who are not prepared.

Sinister 7 is open to solo runners or teams of up to seven and racers have 30 hours to complete the grueling event. The course is split into seven stages, each featuring a geographic and historic highlight of the area. The race's name is inspired by the treacherous Seven Sisters Mountain that looms over much of the course.

For 2021 we are introducing a 50-mile course option for soloists. The 50-miler will be limited to 200 runners. We will also be introducing a "mini-triple" for those who do the short distance at each of our three ultras.

Be sure to check out the Racer Information Package for full race details.

Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc Alberta Ultra SeriesTrail Sisters Approved

Race Details

Full race info is in the Racer Information Package.


Date/Start Time:
July 9-11, 2021

  • Friday, July 9
    • 1:00pm-9:00pm – Racer Check-in
    • 7:00pm – Racer Meeting
    • 7:45pm – Volunteer Meeting
  • Saturday, July 10
    • 7:00am – 100-mile Race Start
    • 10:00am – 50-mile Race Start
  • Sunday, July 11
    • 10:00am – 50-mile course closes
    • 1:00pm – 100-mile course closes + race ends
    • 1:15pm – Awards
Host Site:
Crowsnest Sports Complex
Crowsnest Pass (Coleman), Alberta
Start Location:
Distance:
  • 100-Mile (161km) Solo or Relay split into 7 stages ranging from 10.7km to 36.2km
  • 50-Mile (82.3km /51.13mi) Solo only, split into four stages ranging from 10.7km to 36.2km
Elev. Gain/Loss:
  • 100-Mile – 6665m / 6641m
  • 50-Mile – 2420m / 2374m
Duration:
30 hours (100-miler) / 24 hours (50-miler)
Course:
Registration Cap:
1,600 racers total. 250 spots reserved for solos until the end of January.
Registration Opens:
Solos - December 1; 12:00hrs (MST)
Teams - December 2,; 12:00hrs (MST)†

†Expected to fill in 1 minute
Registration Deadline:
June 23; 23:59hrs (MST) or when full
Support Crew:
A support crew (someone to move your gear and food) is not required but recommended for solo runners.
Transition Area (TA):
  • See the TA driving directions in the Racer Information Package
  • TAs are located at the end of each stage
  • Solo runners, and teams if need be, are allowed a drop bag at every TA
  • TAs are accessible by vehicle
  • Relay racers should be at the TA approximately one hour before their previous runner
  • TAs are staffed and have drinking water available as well as food for all runners (note that this is snack food and should not be your primary sustenance)
  • Runner support crews are able to meet racers at all TAs
Aid Stations (CPs):
  • CPs are located throughout each stage
  • All stages have at least one CP
  • Runners are not allowed to cache gear at CPs (picking up or dropping off) but they are encouraged to leave garbage here.
  • CPs are staffed and have drinking water available. Some have snack food but do not count on it.
  • Support crews should not meet their runners at CPs
Categories:
  • Female Solo (100 + 50-Mile)
  • Female Solo Masters (100 + 50-Mile)
  • Male Solo (100 + 50-Mile)
  • Male Solo Masters (100 + 50-Mile)
  • Co-ed Team (100-Mile)
  • Female Team (100-Mile)
  • Male Team (100-Mile)
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