For the first 50 miles there is around 9,000 feet of climbing. The remaining 56 miles has about 10,000 feet of climbing. I've mapped this course about four times now on different programs and it's right around the 18,500 - 19,200 feet in climbing each time and right around 105.5-106.4 miles. Keep in mind your Garmin stats are always going to differ and exact mileage is difficult to determine on such rugged terrain. They generally match up very closely with what I have had come up on my Garmin running these sections so I'm comfortable releasing these numbers. I'll also have at each aid station a quick reference sheet on the way out of each station for information on the next section so you always have a nice reminder. For example:
Leaving Dickerson Flat aid station I'll have a sign that reads, "Next Aid Station- Geronimo Aid Station - 4.96 miles - 588ft of climbing, 2414ft descending down Turkey Springs Trail"
Or something to that affect. While I expect our volunteers to know the course to provide directions I also know that doesn't always happen at races and this keeps the guess work out of it and everyone on the same page. And for those times that you might need to mentally gear up for a big climb you'll at least know what you're getting into for the next section.