Absolutely No Littering. Violators will be subject to disqualification.
All runners must wear assigned race numbers. It is the runner's responsibility to ensure his/her race number is recorded at all manned aid stations.
Average temperatures on race day: low 52 degrees, high 75 degrees.
Aid station fare includes water, Gatorade, Coke, Sprite, Mountain Dew, chips, cookies, crackers, candy, peanuts, beef jerky, PB&J sandwiches, bananas, and oranges. No Advil, Aspirin, or other pain relievers will be supplied at aid stations.
Runners receiving aid from crews outside the designated crew access points are subject to disqualification.
No trekking poles.
At no time may a runner ride in or on a vehicle of any kind. Violators will be disqualified. If you get off the official course, you must return on foot to the point at which you left the prescribed race route.
Medical personnel, the race director, and aid station captains have the right to pull a runner if they feel they are a danger to himself/herself.
If you have to drop from the race, make sure that a race official at an aid station is notified. Failure to do this could result in search and rescue, which could be at runners expense.
A runner may have one pacer at a time, beginning at Highway 10 or Northshore (in-bound). No running or pacing is allowed with a dog or other animal.
Showers are available in the Maumelle Park campground for a small fee--check with the park office at the entrance. If you just need to rinse off, there will be a water hose at the finish pavilion.