Marji Gesick 100 – September 21-23

September 12, 2018

Marquette, MI – The Marji Gesick features 100-miles of rocks, roots, punchy climbs.  You will be self-supported. There are no race operated aid stations. GPS is required. YES, we said required. While the course is signed from beginning to end you will be expected to handle whatever adversity is thrown your way. This includes the possibility of a sign falling down, being blown down or eaten by a bear. Stuff happens and you need to be prepared for it. Road Rules apply. You will not find happy, smiling volunteers at every road crossing. In fact, there will not be any volunteers at road crossings. You are on your own.

Bring proper equipment, lights, nutrition and hydration. Don’t say we didn’t warn you. In the event of an emergency your best bet is to call 911 and hope for the best.  Nearly 60% of the field DNFs each year. Do you have what it takes to finish the Marji Gesick?

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