Mauna to Mauna Ultra
The new Mauna to Mauna Ultra tackles a unique course, ascending volcanoes and extreme altitudes while running on lava flows, in lush rainforest, on open grasslands and pristine beaches. It covers 155 miles over 6 stages in 7 days.
Located more than 2,000 miles from the nearest continental land mass, the Hawaiian Archipelago is the most geographically isolated group of islands on Earth. The starting line of this ultra is at sea level on Coconut Island, off the East coast of Hawaii Island. The finish line is on the West coast of Hawaii Island, with spectacular and rewarding views of the Pacific Ocean.
You will climb the World’s two highest volcanic mountains - from sea-level to over 9,000ft - and experience the most remote terrain on the island, where even locals do not venture. This new course has been 5 years in the making. Over 98% of the 155 miles is off paved roads. 19-25 May.