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Bracken Mountain Race (Running)
Sat, Sep 3, 2016
Running-15K - Individual Age group/open
About This Activity
The 3rd Annual Bracken Mountain Races are two separate races to be held in Brevard, NC Labor Day weekend 2016. The 12K race course is an all terrain course from the scenic roads of beautiful Brevard, to a short section of gravel climbing up to the Bracken Preserve, where the challenging singletrack trail loop is featured.
THE RACE SITEBracken Preserve
Bracken Mountain Preserve and Recreation Area is 395 acres of forested land owned by the city of Brevard in Transylvania County, NC. This municipal preserve is due west of downtown and adjacent to Pisgah National Forest and the Brevard Music Center. The two trails to be utilized for the Bracken Mountain Race include the Bracken Mountain Trail & Brushy Creek Trail. The race will consist of a one-way loop course.
The Race starts on West Main Street (by England Street)—near the Post Office in Brevard, NC. The routes travel out of town on the road, to the gravel approach to the Bracken Preserve and do a loop around the Bracken Preserve. West Main Street will be the start / finish and registration of the races as well as the site for the Bracken Mountain Festival.
THE BRACKEN MOUNTAIN RACEs
The races Start is at 8:30 am on Saturday September 3rd, 2016
Race Registration will be held on West Main Street—September 3rd at 7:30 am.
The Bracken Mountain Races—this year we are offering both a 12k foot race & a 12k bike race (grand-prize winner / category for any individuals competing in both). This all terrain course is challenging, fun, and beautiful. The events will be held rain or shine. The race course is exactly 7.11 miles.
The Bracken Mountain Festival includes live music, vendors/exhibit booths—interactive and family friendly activities encouraged, and food/beverages available for race participants, spectators, and community members.
The proceeds of this event will be fed back into offering experiential education activities including outdoor education for local schools, day camps, and outdoor family adventures for members of the local (i.e. Brevard) community. For more information on the programming of Mountain Roots, visit www.MountainRoots.org