Ultra runner traverses California's Lost Coast to claim fasted known time along the iconic 55-mile NorCal coastal route
Shrouded in myth – and fog – the Lost Coast describes a section of California coastline that’s so forbidding that it defeated even the most seasoned engineers who carved Highway One from thousands of miles of West Coast forests and beaches.
With sheer cliffs on one side and the surging Pacific on the other, Dylan navigated a narrow strip of beach as he raced northward. Often times, that strip disappeared entirely due to the crashing tide. He went on to cover the 55 miles between the Usal Campground and Mattole River in 11 hours and 12 minutes, beating the previous Fasted-Known-Time by nearly 90 minutes.
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