Badwater Cape Fear – Ultra Marathon Race

Badwater Cape Fear

Founders call it “The world’s toughest footrace.” It is a 50km or 51.4-mile ultra running race featuring a twelve-mile warm-up on the car-free, one-lane-wide roads of Bald Head Island, followed by 19 or 38 miles of running on the east beach of the island and the wild, secluded sandy beach between Cape Fear and Fort Fisher.

On March 17th, 2018, runners will come from all over the United States and Canada for this experience.  The race is held along the Atlantic Seaboard with spectacular views of the Frying Pan Shoals to the east and wild and undeveloped marshlands to the west.  It is the first leg of the Badwater® Ultra Cup.

Organized by AdventureCORPS, Inc., BADWATER CAPE FEAR is a 51.4-mile  ultra running race featuring a twelve-mile warm-up on the car-free,  one-lane-wide roads of Bald Head Island, followed by 38 miles of running on the east beach of the island and the wild and secluded sandy beach between Cape Fear and Fort Fisher. The race is held along the Atlantic  Seaboard with spectacular views of the Frying Pan Shoals to the east and the undeveloped marshlands and Cape Fear River to the west. It is a  dramatic, invigorating, inspiring setting to experience Cape Fear at ground level in all its grandeur!

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