Welcome to the ULTRA EASY and BIG EASY Mountain Running Events – 22nd Jan 2022

The Ultra Easy 100km Sky Run and the BIG EASY Mountain Marathon.

Online entries now open.

The Ultra Easy 100km Sky Run is a 100km loop, starting in Luggate, running the river trail to Albert Town, over Mt Iron, Roys Peak, Mt Alpha, Little Criffel and joining the marathon course to go over Mt Pisa – about 4700m of climbing and descending. –  3am start. 20hr cut off. Not to be taken lightly! More…

The Ultra Easy Relay Category is great for teams of mates keen for a shorter distance. 5 legs 13.km with 150m vert –  15.km with 388m vert, 23km with 1700m vert, 21.km with 1400m vert , 32km with 800 vert (and 1800m decent!), . Strava maps for each leg here.

The Big Easy Mountain Marathon is 42.2km starting at the Snow Farm 1500m above the Cardrona Valley. 1pm start – nice and relaxed. You run the gentle trails of the cross-country skiing trails then 9km of ‘up’ to the top of Mt Pisa then 21km of ‘down’ to the finish at Luggate. More…

Click here for 2020 100k    Marathon results. Here for 104k Photos (facebook albumn)

Click here for 2019 Results  2019 Photos

2018 photos here.  2018 100k results

2018 100k teams 2018 marathon   12k Result


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8 thoughts on “Welcome to the ULTRA EASY and BIG EASY Mountain Running Events – 22nd Jan 2022

  1. Hi there. Was thinking of doing the 13km run. Just wondering if you get anything for finishing? Like a certificate or something 🙂


    • You get to keep your race number! (Kinda like a certificate) and a cold can of something refreshing at the end… quite a lot of spot prizes too… trophies for place geters…


  2. Hi, I would like to run the Ultra Easy 100km Sky Run next January but I would like to know if it is a qualifying race for the UTMB (Ultra Trail Mont Blanc in France) in 2018 ? Could you confirm me if I will get 5 ITRA points ?
    Thank you for your answer.
    Pascal Polliand
    Noumea – New Caledonia


  3. Do you have a policy in case of not being able to make it due to covid – 1) if the whole event gets cancelled or 2) due to regional restrictions (I’m based in Auckland!) or would I lose the entry fee. Cheers!


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