Maah Daah Hey Trail Run | Medora, ND | Dickinson, ND
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Maah Daah Hey Trail Run

Date: July 26 - July 27, 2024
Time: 6:00 AM
From the 5k to the 106 mile run, we have it all happening on July 26, 2024! Choose from six distances and spend the weekend with us in the Badlands! This race is guaranteed to both challenge and inspire you!


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Packet Pickup
All racers must check in at Packet Pickup the night before the race. If you need to arrange an emergency race morning Packet Pickup please contact us 48 hours in advance at

10:30am -11:30am Packet Pickup for 107 mile runners at CCC Campground Pavilion

11:30pm Pre Race Meeting for 107 mile runners at CCC Campground Trailhead

12:00pm Race START for 107 mile runners

5pm - 7pm Packet Pickup at BIG WHITE TENT 3389 Pool Drive, Medora, ND 58645 – 5k, 10k, 13.1, 26.2 and 54 mile (suggested runners)



All shuttles will load and depart from the Finish Line Headquarters - BIG WHITE TENT AREA
(3389 Pool Drive, Medora, ND 58645) (46.918126, -103.534573)

Bring a chair and join us for LIVE music throughout the day with TED & KARI!

6:00 am 54 mile ultra race START and Full Marathon START
5:00 am - 6:30am
Emergency Packet Pick Up at Family Fun Center
4:30 am Shuttle to marathon start departs from Family Fun Center
6:00 am Shuttle to half marathon start departs from Family Fun Center
6:00 am Shuttle to 10k start departs from Family Fun Center
6:30am Shuttle to 5k start departs from Family Fun Center
7:00 amHalf Marathon, 10k and 5k RACES START
8:00 am 5k awards ceremony at finish line
9:00 am Post Race Massages Opens - Amy Haase (until noon)
9:20 am Checkpoint A close
8:30 am 10k awards ceremony at finish line & Drink Tent opens
10:00 am Half Marathon awards ceremony at finish line
2:40 pm Aid Station 1 closes
1:00 pm Marathon awards ceremony at finish line
7:30 pm Checkpoint B closes
9:35 pm Checkpoint C closes
11:45 pm Aid Station 2 closes


2:15am Checkpoint D closes
5:30am Checkpoint E closes
7:00am Checkpoint F closes
8:35am Checkpoint G closes
9:50am Aid Station 3 closes
2:05pm Checkpoint H closes
4:30pm Checkpoint I closes
5:00pm Awards for ultra finishers at finish line
6:00pm Finish Line closes


All participants will receive a custom finisher’s medal upon crossing the finish line and the Ultra Race finishers ( 50 and 100) will receive a custom belt buckle. Top 3 men’s and women’s finishers will be awarded in each category as well as age groups in each category!


- 7 and under boys and girls
- 8 to 12 year old boys and girls
- 13 to 19 male and female
- Men’s and Women’s 20 to 29
- Men’s and Women’s 30 to 39
- Men’s and Women’s 40 to 49
- Men’s and Women’s 50 to 59
- Men’s and Women’s 60 to 69
- Men’s and Women’s 70 and Over


What is a pacer? The definition of a pacer is someone who runs any amount of the MDH ULTRAS (50, 75,100) with a registered runner. A pacer can be very crucial to the success of an ultra runner, making for a very positive experience. A pacer is a motivator, a mentor, a companion, and a savior. A pacer must be in great physical condition, tough, self-reliant, level-headed, positive, and must know the runner as they know themselves. The pacer’s job is to take care of the runner, not the other way around.

Who can have a pacer? Runners attempting to the run the Maah Daah Hey 100 OR 50 Mile race are allowed to have a pacer, on foot only (no bikes), from Aid Station #2 (mile 50.4) and onward for the 100 or from Aid Station #3 for the 50 mile runners. Racers who are 60 years of age or older can have a pacer for the entire 100 mile distance.

Making Your Pacer Official
– Pacer must be 18 years of age or older
– Pacer must sign a race waiver and register as a pacer
– Pacer must wear official Pacer Bib (found in race packet)

Pacer Do’s and Do (Legal)

– One pacer at a time (can have as many in your crew as you wish).
– Pacers have to join and/or leave their runner at a designated checkpoints.
– Pacers must have all their own gear: trail shoes, hydration pack, headlamp, nutrition, water, etc.

Don’t Don’t (Illegal)

– No “muling”! Registered runners must carry their own food and water.
– No leap frogging! You must enter AND leave each checkpoint with your runner.
– You must stay with your runner at all times. If your runner drops, you cannot continue the MDH 100 on your own.


Maah Daah Hey Trail Run
July 26 - July 27, 2024 | 6:00 AM
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