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Dirty Dog Trail 4 Miler
Sat, Mar 13, 2021
4 Miler (Run/Walk/Hike)
About This Activity
The (rescheduled) 6th Annual Dirty Dog Trail 4 Miler will take place on Saturday, March 13, 2021 at 9:00am at Veterans Park in South Lexington. The race had originally been scheduled for Saturday, November 14, 2020 but was postponed due to COVID-19.
The 4 mile course will traverse portions of the park, trails, and some pathways along/around the scenic East Hickman River. The race will be chip timed, and awards will be presented for top 3 M/F Overall. Commemorative long-sleeved T-shirts will be provided to all registrants. Runners & walkers of all experience levels are welcomed.
This race will employ various safety measures related to COVID-19 and participant safety. These will be further communicated via email closer to the race but will include a staggered/time trial race start, race field capped at 150, touchless packet pickup, mask before/after race requirement, etc...
We've added a Virtual Runner/Walker opportunity for the Dirty Dog. If you live out of the area or will be out of town during our race, you can still participate and make a donation to the Hickman Creek Conservancy. Register as a virtual for $30, and we'll mail your commemorative race shirt. You can then run/walk/hike your own "Dirty Dog" on your own schedule in your own hometown (optional of course).
PACKET PICKUP: Our packet pickup will be held on race morning from 7:30-8:45am at Veterans Park.
The course will be officially measured and marked for your safety and direction. The course will have some open grassy areas and cross at least one dry rocky creek, as well as consist of mainly hard packed dirt trail areas. There will be at least 2 hydration stops along the course (Mile Marker 1 and 3) where water will be served.
RACE BENEFICIARY Our 2020 race beneficiary is the Hickman Creek Conservancy who works to keep our watershed clean and green. Read more below and consider a donation to help them achieve their mission.
Questions about the race can be directed to Bob Baney, Race Director at Bob@RaceRise.com