DIRTY KILN TRAIL RACES
About the Race:
The Dirty Kiln Trail Races are back! Join us April 8th, 2017 for either our 5-mile race or tackle on our half-marathon course.
The sixth annual “Dirty Kiln Trail Races at Canoe Creek State Park” brought to you by Allegheny Trailrunners, Inc. will be Saturday, April 8th, 2017! Trail runners will have a choice to run the 5-mile course up Moore’s Hill and around the lake. The half-marathon course will go around the park a second time but on a more hilly and challenging half-marathon course! Both courses have a lot of variety of trails from wide paths, winding singletrack, stream crossings and mud… lots of mud.
The half-marathon starts at 9:00am while the 5-milers start at 9:15am.
Allegheny Trailrunners are interested in finding partners for this event. We are looking for sponsors and in-kind contributors to assist with overhead costs and other fees. Allegheny Trailrunners and its officers are not compensated for our work. All net proceeds from our events are proudly contributed to carefully predetermined charities and other non-profit organizations. In the past five years, we have donated almost $90,000 to local organizations. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.Allegheny Trailrunners Point Series presented by Michelob Ultra
Allegheny Trailrunners is proud to introduce the Allegheny Trailrunners Point Series presented by Michelob Ultra!
How it works: Entering in our races automatically enters you in our Point Series challenge. You accumulate points over our three races; Dirty Kiln, Rock N’ The Knob and Sweat for Vets. The point system rewards on consistency and not just on a stellar race performance on just one or two races. There is a male and female division. At the Sweat for Vets Post-Race Party, we will crowd the winners! (First through third by gender). More details are on the way!2015 Race Photos
2013 Photos and Video
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