50 Mile

The Whole Enchilada, crossing from sea to sea by foot would be a lifetime experience; you'll find over 4000 m /12800 ft of climbing jammed into the whole crossing of 50 miles.

The climb from the sea to the Valley of Sierra de La Laguna would be one of the hardest sections of the course, this is an exceptionally difficult route made tougher still by the technical nature of a majority of the terrain and weather. In addition to that after the highest point of the route, you would encounter a long downhill to find yourself in a totally different environment. Thankfully we’ve made the last 20k of the route a section full of sandy single tracks that would lead you to the Pueblo Mágico of Todos Santos where you’ll find incredible scenery looking into the pacific ocean. This is a point-to-point race with no loops.

Race Day Details

Saturday, Nov 26th, 2022  

Start: 5:00 am – Hotel Buena Vista Beach Resort – Map to the Start Line

Finish: Todos Santos Central Plaza  – Map to the Finish Line

Ascent: 14,091ft /4295m

Descent: 14,124m/4305m

Real Distance: 53.9 miles / 86.8k

Alt. Max : 1880m

Alt. Min : 0m

Sunrise: 6:10 H. Sunset: 8:20 pm

Package Pickup Details 

Rules & Regulations

Aid Station and Cutoffs

Aid Station 1 (El Coro  – 10k) – Cutoff ( 7:00am)

Aid Station 2 (Rancho El Refugio – 26k) – Cutoff ( 10:00am)

Aid Station 3 (Poza Pepe – 40k) – Cutoff ( 13:00pm)

Aid Station 4 (Valle de la laguna – 48k) – Cutoff ( 15:00pm)

Aid Station 5 (El Portón – 58k) – Cutoff ( 18:00pm)

Aid Station 6 (Casa Muleros– 66k) – Cutoff ( 20:00pm)

Aid Station 7 (Carretera Todos Santos – 78k) – Cutoff ( 10:00pm)

Finish – 11:00pm (18 hours)

Pacers are not allowed

All runners MUST start with a headlamp.

Mandatory Gear, To Be Carried At All Times: MANDATORY LIST 


There is some parking at the start of the Hotel Buena Vista Beach Resort. You are welcome to have someone drop you off, but there are limited parking spots, and all are time-restricted so they can’t stay after the race start, or you can run to the start as a nice warm-up.

Drop Bags

Drop bags are to be dropped off by you, on the afternoon of package pickup at the Start Line of Hotel Rancho Buena Vista. Please label clearly with your name, bib#, and Aid Station #2 and Aid Station #5 in each of your bags. .

50 Mile runners are allowed TWO drop bags which will be transported to

Aid Station 2 (Rancho El Refugio – 26k)

Aid Station 5 (El Portón – 58k)

Finish Line Bag our Luggage

Since the race format is a point-to-point we are going to be able to offer luggage transportation from the start line to Todos Santos. You may also leave a Finish Line bag of our luggage at the Start Line, which will be kept secure and undercover until your return. Please label clearly with your name and bib#.

Aid Stations

Aid stations will have a selection of standard ultra running foods, such as

  • Gel and electrolyte drink mix
  • fruits such as oranges, bananas, watermelon
  • chips, salted potato, bean burritos, and quesadillas
  • snacks such as salted pretzels, gummies, cookies, etc.
  • water and Coke
  • Finish line meal and beer

Spectator Access Points

Please see the map links above.

Aid Station 2 (Rancho El Refugio – 26k) – Cutoff (10:00 am)

Aid Station 5 (El Portón – 58k) – Cutoff ( 18:00pm)

Crew and spectators must park and walk to each aid station.


  • Products from our awesome sponsors
  • Beautiful custom awards designed by local craftsman
  • All participants receive a sweet custom award as they finish their race
  • A raffle of some great sponsor giveaways
  • Podium finishers receive a custom award

Course Map and GPX Route

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(Perfil de altimetría Coming Soon)