The 100 Mile race is Western States 100 qualifier

Kettle Moraine 100 is part of the Midwest Grand Slam of Ultra-running.

2020 Race Date is June 13th- We get our permit from the Department of Natural Resources. We met with them in May before our 2019 race. At that meeting they gave us the choice of June 13th, or June 20th for the race date.

Full race rules is linked here

Race day Sunrise: 5:19 am

race day Sunset: 8:26 pm

Thursday Endurance House Packet pick up option:

2736 Hillside Drive  Delafield, WI 53018

2736 Hillside Drive

Delafield, WI 53018

Thursday packet pick up at Kettle Moraine 100’s official race store partner: Endurance House Delafield

Here you can get:

15% off Goodr Sunglasses and Nutrition. At Packet Pickup. Every purchase earns an entry for a free pair of trail shoes. Look for winner announcement facebook page and at Nordic trail head.

Packet pickup & Race Start address

Nordic Trail Head

9127 Kettle Moraine Scenic Dr

Whitewater, WI 53190

GPS Coordinates:  42.82003, -88.6015


Packet Pick up at Nordic Trail head for all races

Friday: 4:00 to 7:00 pm for all races

Saturday: 5:00 to 5:45 am for 100 mile and 100k only 

50k runners: 10:30 am to 11:30 am Saturday at Nordic trail head

38 mile Fun Run: 4-5 pm saturday

GPS Coordinates:  42.82003, -88.6015

All Drop bags must be left at Nordic to be delivered to aid stations by 6am Saturday morning

  • put drop bag on correct tarp for station it is to be delivered to

  • when you go through the aid station put your drop bag in the return pile so that it will be returned to Nordic. Any other drop bags will be returned when station closes

100 mile and 100k Race Day start times

Race start: Nordic

Time: 6:00 am

Time Limit 100 mile, 30:00 Hours

Time limit 100k: 18 hours


Earn a Kettle Moraine FUN RUN key chain

Race start: Staggered start every 10 minutes after June 1st, 5:30 pm. You can start any time after 5:30

Location: Nordic

You have until Noon on Sunday to finish

This is a non competitive 38 mile night time FUN run! If you are pacing a runner you can start when they come through.

You can pick up your bib at the start of your race.



Point to point course, starting at Scuppernong aid station and finishing at Nordic trail head. Make sure you pick up your bib at Nordic. There is no packet pick up at race start line.

BUS: You have the option of purchasing a bus ticket from Nordic trail head to the Scuppernong aid station/race start. That way when you finish the race you will be at your car. There will not be buses back to the start line after the race.

start line: Start line is Scuppernong

Gps coordinates: 42.9405,-88.4619

start time: June 1st, 1:00 pm

BUS leaves at noon: must PRE-purchase bus ticket to ride bus

Cut off: 9 hours or 10 pm

No Pacers allowed in the 50k


Team can have up to 4 runners

Transitions can be made at Nordic, Bluff, Emma Carlin, Hwy 67, Hwy ZZ, Scuppernong, Hwy 12 and Rice Lake. It is your team call on how many miles each runner does.

The last rule- one runner on team needs to compete 31 miles

Race starts with the 100 & 100k runners: 6:00 am

Drop Bags

Tarps are laid out to leave at race start line on race morning, or Friday packet pickup. Have them marked with your name, bib number, and aid station they are going to. Keep bags a reasonable size and weight. The size of a small gym bag, 12 x 12 x 36 inches. 15 pounds or lighter.

We suggest having your drop bags in a rain resistant package.

Emma Carlin: Mile 15.7 and mile 47.4

Scuppernong: Mile 31.6

Nordic: Mile 0, 63.1 and 100.6

Hwy 12: Mile 77.4 and 86.3

At each aid station we will have a “return” tarp. When you will no longer need your drop bag put it on the return pile and we will get it back to the start line on our next trip.

Suggested drop bag gear

  • Directions and preset gps coordinates for your crew

  • Change of clothing. Rain is always a possibility at Kettle

  • headlamp or hand lights for night running

  • Favorite snack/ aid stations are well stocked but it is nice to have snacks from home

  • photo of family

  • music

  • change of shoes and socks

  • pre-downloaded episode of podcast “Ten Junk Miles” to get you through some tough miles.