A random lottery for the 2015 event was conducted by ultrasignup.com on November 10, 2014.

Successful lottery applicants are listed here:
8 MILE RUNNERS
20 MILE RUNNERS
40 MILE RUNNERS

The waitlist is posted here. Waitlisted runners will be invited to register in order of the waitlist as space becomes available.

The 2015 Uwharrie Mountain Run will take place on February 7, 2015.

Start Times
40 mile start @ 7:00am
(packet pick-up and check-in opens at 5:30a at the ELDORADO OUTPOST)
20 mile start @ 8:00am
(packet pick-up and check-in opens at 6:30a at the ELDORADO OUTPOST)
8 mile start @ 9:00am
(packet pick-up and check-in opens at 7:30a at the ELDORADO OUTPOST)

Registration Fees
8-mile: $40
20-mile: $60
40-mile: $80

Packet Pickup
Bib numbers and shirts can be picked up at The Exchange in Asheboro between 5:00-7:00pm on Friday, Feb. 6th or on race morning, starting 90 minutes prior to your race. You must be present IN PERSON to receive your bib number. No one can pick up your number for you. Runners who pick up bib numbers on Friday night MUST ALSO check in Saturday morning prior to their race.

ALL RUNNERS: Race day packet pickup will be at the Eldorado Outpost. This is the same location as where you will park and catch the shuttle bus to the start. There is no day-of-race registration.

Team Competition
Top 5 runners per team scored. Winning team has lowest combined finishing place total across all 6 race categories (40m, 20m, 8m: men + women). No team registration on race weekend!

Voluntary Carbon Offset Contribution
As trail runners, we have a special obligation to protect and preserve the natural resources that we enjoy. We introduced a plan to make the Uwharrie Mountain Run a climate-neutral event. You can participate by making an optional $3 donation that we forward to NC Greenpower help offset your individual carbon footprint and by carpooling to the race.

Awards
Awards are a special tradition at Uwharrie, a region known for its beautiful pottery. All finishers receive pottery awards crafted by Michael Mahan, a local Seagrove potter. The top 3 male and female winners in each race receive handmade commemorative pottery. Awards are presented as runners finish.