Many many thanks to Phil Lowry and Christian Johnson for preparing and plotting maps of the Wasatch 100 race course from Kaysville to the finish at Soldier Hollow in Midway.
Many thanks also to Obed LeDuc who ran the Wasatch for the first time last year and finished. On the top menu under Course Information you will find a link to an Interactive Course Map Tool. I do not want to editorialize too much but this is really cool and you can use it to create a GPX file for whatever section of the race you want....or for the entire route for that matter. Just click the starting and ending points you would like and click the Download GPX Data button.
Regarding creating your own GPX file - if you choose to create one for the full course you will end up with a fairly large file. On some devices this file may run a bit slowly. Chris Lewis (thank you Chris) has provided us with a full course GPX file that uses fewer reference points and as such is smaller and will run more quickly. The link to that file is at the bottom of this page.
Full Course Overview (updated 9/4/16)
All Course 8x11 Section Maps In One File (updated 9/4/16)
Start to Grobben's Shed Water Station (mile 0 -1 1) (updated 8/26/16)
Grobben's Shed Water Station to Bountiful B (mile 11 - 16.41) (updated 8/26/16)
Alexander Ridge to Lambs Canyon (mile 39.49 - 45.07) (updated 9/4/16)
Lambs Canyon to Upper Big Water (mile 45.07 - 53.54) (updated 9/4/16)
Upper Big Water to Desolation Lake (mile 53.54 - 58.43) (updated 9/4/16)
Full Course Terrain (large file) (updated 9/4/16)
Full Course Topo (very large file) (updated 9/4/16)
The link to the reduced size full course GPX file follows this paragraph. PLEASE NOTE that if you simply click the file it will only open a new window and display the contents of the file. TO DOWNLOAD the file please right click (control-click if you have a MAC) the file name and click "Save link as..." That will allow you to download the actual file to your computer.
Full Course GPX File (9/1/16)