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Hell of the Marianas Century Cycle

Its name says it all. This 100km bike race takes you to hell and back on the toughest bike course in Micronesia. Begun in 2007, the Hell is considered the ultimate race with professional athletes arriving from Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Russia, China, Australia and elsewhere to participate.

For more information contact the MVA at +1-670-664-3200 or visit

Hell of the Marianas

Its name says it all. This 100km bike race takes you to hell and back on the toughest bike course in Micronesia.

Gospel Day

On the first Friday of December, the population of the Marshall Islands celebrates this national holiday in honor of the American missionaries who brought Christianity to the isolated islands.


Join us in Guam's Biggest Obstacle Course Race and only qualifier to the OCR World Championships in the Asia Pacific region featuring world famous Starting line emcee and motivational speaker Coach Pain.

Manit (Custom) Day

The most important aspect of Marshall Islands culture, family, is the focus of this cultural festival held the last Friday of September.

Boonie Stomps - Invasion Hike to Tony’s Falls Tony’s Falls Only

Jul 27      Invasion Hike to Tony’s Falls       Difficult       4 hours for 2 miles

Tony’s Falls Only       Easy       1 hour for .5 miles

The Invasion hike retraces the trail of the US 3rd Marines from Asan Beach up the hills and cliffs to Nimitz Hill and the Asan Bay Overlook Memorial. We then hike the open ridge down to Tony’s Falls for jumping and swimming. The Tony’s Falls Only hike takes a short trail directly to the falls and is perfect for small children and novice hikers. Bring: 3 quarts water, get wet shoes, gloves, swim suit, sun screen, insect repellant, snacks. Special conditions: Sword grass, steep hills.

Boonie Stomps - Liberation Stomp

Jul 20      Liberation Stomp      Easy      4 hours

As we approach Guam’s Liberation anniversary, we offer a perfect introduction to Guam’s WWII history and a great family hike. We travel by car to several sites from the Liberation of Guam in July 1944, including Asan Beach, Asan Bay Overlook, Piti Guns, Ga’an Point and Mt. Alifan. Bring: 2 quarts water, hiking shoes, gloves, sun screen, insect repellent, lunch, and camera. Special conditions: Short climbs and possible slippery slopes, some sword grass at Mount Alifan.