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Fall Fell 7-Mile Trail Race


Oct 13 2013


Kill Creek Park, Olathe KS

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Trail Nerds Association


  • 6K - 15K
  • Other
  • Timed



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Fall Fell 7-Mile Trail Run 10/13/2013 (Sun) 9:00 a.m. Shelter #1, Kill Creek Park, Olathe, KS. ******************************************************************************************************************************************************** 7th Annual ******************************************************************************************************************************************************** Please show up at least 30 minutes prior to 9 a.m. $15 entry fee. (Includes chip-timing and logo'd mug). $20, day of race. ******************************************************************************************************************************************************** Inclimate Weather Instructions: The trail race will become a partially-paved event, if the trails are deemed to be too muddy, or if there are high winds or lightning. We may not know, until the day of the event, but we WILL RUN. In 2012, we ran a modified course, which was about 5 miles, because of this. ******************************************************************************************************************************************************** Why is mud (on these trails) a concern? These trails are built and maintained as a "labor of love" by ERTA with a lot of volunteer help. They are constructed for the purpose as "tri-use trails," made for mountain-biking, hiking, and trailrunning. We don't want to run on them when they are muddy, because we could damage them and initiate even more serious erosion issues. ******************************************************************************************************************************************************** We help to fund these trails, and Bad Ben is an ERTA Board Member, so this policy WILL BE ENFORCED.

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