Friday, August 22, 2014

Join us for the Wisconsin Fall Colors Run this October in support of the Ice Age Trail Alliance!

Who else loves the fall in Wisconsin? We think it's one of the most beautiful times of the year. Join us for a 2, 4 or 8 Mile Run/Walk on the Ice Age Trail on the Gibraltar Segment in Lodi. Enjoy the fall colors seen along the bluffs on this run! $10 from each registration will go directly to the Ice Age Trail Alliance.

Enjoy the natural beauty of Wisconsin Fall Colors on the scenic Ice Age Trail!

No, we will not be throwing any color powder on you...this is just a good old fashioned trail run on a beautiful (but challenging) segment of the Ice Age Trail. You will enjoy amazing views of Lake Wisconsin and Devils Lake from the top of the bluffs and finish in the valley right next to the Merrimac Ferry Landing.

Three distances available so no matter your age or ability we've got an event for you: 2 Mile Family Fun Run/Walk (not timed), 4 Mile Run/Walk, or 8 Mile Run.

Race packets will include a The North Face race sack, a logo'd The North Face wicking t-shirt, a pro bar and many other goodies. The male & female overall winners of the 4 mile and 8 mile runs will be receiving The North Face Ultra Trail Running Shoes!* There will also be some prizes just for fun given away randomly during the Awards.

Event details and schedule: 

Saturday, October 18th, 2014

    7:30 - 8:30 am - Race Day Packet Pick Up
    9:00 am - 8 Mile Run Start
    9:10 am - 4 Mile Run/Walk Start
    9:15 - 10:00 am - 2 Mile Run/Walk Start (Non-timed flexible start)
    11:00 am - Awards

All courses are on the Lodi Valley Segment of the Ice Age Trail, course maps will be provided in race bags. E-mail if you would like a copy in advance. Parking and restrooms are available at Wayside Park, all distances start and finish there as well. We will be hanging out outside after the races end so please bring warm clothes so you are comfortable!

*If for some reason your size is unavailable we'll get you another comparable shoe.

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