Burning River Supporting Cuyahoga Valley National Park Trails

Event Date

Sat, Jul 25, 2015


Willoughby, OH

About This Activity

Love trails? With your help, they will go on. The trails of Cuyahoga Valley National Park (CVNP) have enriched your life immeasurably. Now, you can return the favor. You can help ensure that CVNP will have the resources to maintain and operate a world-class trail system — forever.

A partnership between the Conservancy for CVNP and the National Park Service, the TRAILS FOREVER Legacy Fund is an endowment that supports trail maintenance and operation for our national park. Past fund distributions have helped restore the Towpath Trail, Brandywine Gorge Trail, Langes Run, and many more of your favorite CVNP trails, as well as key supplies and staffing for year-round trail work.

Burning River is an exciting 100 mile, 50 mile, and 100 mile relay run held in Northeast Ohio that travels through several of the region's most scenic areas, including the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, the Cleveland Metroparks and the Metro Parks, serving Summit County.

Runner's guide and race details can be found at www.westernreserveracing.com

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