The Ault Park Switchback will start with a short loop around the soccer field, near the pavilion, before entering the woods. Once on the trail, runners will enjoy a rolling route, going down by the old railroad tressel, and even spending some time on the old pioneer road from the late 1700's. Networking through Ault's web of trails, the 3.6 mile course will come back up to the pavillion and then finish back at the soccer field. This course features many twists and turns with a few hills mixed in for good measure.
Individual Event Awards:
The overall top male and overall top female will receive a FREE Pair of Saucony Trail Shoes, redeemable at Fleet Feet Sports.
Random drawing Shoe winner: An additional FREE Pair of Saucony Trail Shoes will be randomly awarded at each event, redeemable at Fleet Feet Sports!
No duplicate shoe winners are allowed throughout the series. This means that many people regardless of ability will have an opportunity to win a pair of shoes.
10 age-graded awards.
10 randomly drawn door prizes.
You must be present to win any random drawing and you cannot accept for someone else, so stick around!
Dirt Day Trail series Tech shirts will also be available for purchase both online and at the race. These shirts are being sold by Fleet Feet and are $15 each while supplies last.
We will have a variety of treats for you.
Registration Fee: $15 Pre-registration per race. Late registration, when offered, will be $17. It was determined that not enough folks were pre-registering so the race day fee was raised to $20 to "encourage" pre-registration.
Register online through Thursday, April 20, 2017. Late online registration will be available through Friday April 21, 2017
Register by mail by printing and mailing a paper registration form. Postmark by Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Register on Race day from 7:30 am through 8:45 am
Race Day Registration and pick up:
There is no early packet pick up for this event. Check in on day of race is from 7:30 am through 8:45 am.
The Dirt Days Trail Series:
This is the second leg of the 2017 Dirt Days Trail Series.