Drew's Angel Creek 50
50 Mile and 50K Trail Races
Boreal forest and tundra runs
through the Chena River Recreation Area
to Chena Hot Springs Resort in Interior Alaska
Drew’s Angel Creek 50
Saturday, July 10th, 2021
50 Mile Start: Twin Bears Camp (Mile 30 Chena Hot Springs Rd)
50K Start: Angel Rocks Trailhead (Mile 49 Chena Hot Springs Rd)
Both races finish at Chena Hot Springs Resort!
Celebrate! Post-race BBQ, Awards, & Soak at Chena Hot Springs
A Unique Alaskan Experience
These 50-mile and 50K point-to-point races traverse boreal forest trails and tundra ridge lines near Fairbanks, Alaska. These races start at Twin Bears Camp or Angel Rocks Trailhead and finish at Chena Hot Springs Resort. The courses are roughly a 50/50 mix of hard packed trail with good footing and technical sections, mostly along ridge lines, that will challenge even the more experienced trail runners. The 50 mile course features 12,600 feet of elevation gain and 12,000 feet of elevation loss.
Sign Up Jan 1, 2021
We are pleased to announce that Saturday, July 16th has been set for the 2022 Drew's Angel Creek 50. General registration opens on January 1, 2022. Karen Taber & George Berry Co-Directors Drew's Angel Creek 50
2021 Drew's Angel Creek 50 is a wrap! Thank you to all of the amazing volunteers and runners who participated this year. We had a beautiful day and were happy and proud to carry on Drew's Legacy and have a race after 2 years of cancellations. It was a successful event...
Great news! Drew's Angel Creek 50 will happen in 2021! We are so happy. To make it happen this year, we had to significantly revise the race courses. This year only, both the 50 mile and 50K races will start and finish at Twin Bears Camp which is normally the start of...
The race is full and has been for quite some time we are happy to report. However, there is a Munson Creek fire that may cause us to reroute the last part of the course or even cancel the race. We've sent an email to all entrants and volunteers with details. We'll...
What Racers are Saying...
A crazily technical course featuring areas of no trail, pointy rocks, killer uphills and swampy lowlands along with a few bridge-less creek crossings.
…Definitely have a goal in place for July 2017, and plan to be way more prepared for the challenges of the course. Have to come back and finish this lol!! … I think you are all amazing athletes!!
A huge thank you to my family for letting me disappear for this race, and to the folks who put it on – Drew Harrington, Karen Taber, and George Berry. You guys rock, I really enjoyed it.
…It was also the most challenging course I’ve done at that distance, but I loved it and hope it remains the same for next year. The mix of technical and non-technical terrain was perfect…
We’ll be sure to spread the word and try and send as many from the lower 48 your way as we can next year.