Hateya Trail Run
Couple: $60.00 husband/wife, parent/minor child, partner/partner (same household)
Guest Fee: $7.00
(allows non-running/walking friends and family to eat and drink event-provided food & drinks)
Same Day Registration:
Couple: $65.00 husband/wife, parent/minor child, partner/partner (same household)
ROVER's RULES for CaniCross:
Pre-post run or walk, all dogs must be on a short leash. Dogs must be under control around other dogs, runners & walkers. Owners, please be aware of children approaching your dog. Clean up after your dog. No dogs inside buildings. We want this to be a fun, safe event for everyone and every dog.
(part of the XC Thrillogy Trail Series)
The XC Thrillogy Hateya Trail Run (approx. 6.4 miles) and the Hateya Trail Walk (approx. 3.5 miles) will take you on an adventure through the trails in Petrifying Springs Park. The finish of the XCThrillogy Hateya Trail Run is at Shelter One where everyone can enjoy the great food, drinks and a bonfire to warm up at. The run will start with a cross country style start, before you head into the woods in which you will encounter some single track trails, rocks, roots, nasty hills, and possibly snow. This will be perhaps the most challenging course you have run, and if you have never ran a trail race, then the time is now!
It is December in Southern Wisconsin so we could have snow on the trails, which would make the trail even better! But you will run on groomed trails, single track trails and some open green ways through the park. This a well marked trail run and we allow runners averaging 15 min mile pace to finish the race. Running course is estimated at 6.4 miles. Walkers, you will have a combination of trails and bike path over an estimated 3.5 miles.
Saturday, December 9, 2017
Petrifying Springs Park, Kenosha, WI
(Hwy. 31 between Hwy. A and Hwy. E, 4 miles east of I-94)
This is a
Kenosha County Parks
for trail maintenance
Kenosha Running Company donates a
portion of every entry fee for this purpose.
“The mission of the Kenosha County Parks Division is to provide accessible, diverse venues throughout the County that encourage the pursuit of healthy, recreational and educational outdoor activities while promoting the preservation of our community’s natural resources. The Parks Division collaborates with partners to optimize the benefits of developing and maintaining a robust, regionally recognized park system.”