The inaugural Kanawha Trace Trail Runs were a great success with 61 finishers in the 50K and another 98 finishers in the 10K. A more detailed report will be ready soon but complete coverage may be found on the race’s Results, Reports and Photos page.
A specail thanks to all the runners, volunteers, and TriStateRacer.com for getting the results fast!
Adam Casseday and Dan Lehmann are now in the Wilderness section of the AT with less than 100 miles to the summit of Mount Katahdin. Kadra, Lara Lehmann and friends continue to provide unwavering support as Adam closes in on his goal of completing the AT. Dan said Adam looks great, eats a lot and the two are really enjoying these last few days on the AT. Congratulations Adam and Kadra and Godspeed on the last few miles of your journey. Sincerely, WVMTR’s.
It may be warm out there today, but just imagine doing a nice cool (some may say cold) trail race on the trails at Kanawha State Forest in January. Registration is now open for the 3rd Sasquatch, click here.
UPDATE – Race Webpage and the entry is ready!
Looking for a trail run to fill the void the Rattlesnake 50K left in your annual running calendar? Then mark your calendars on July 16, 2011 with the Kanawha Trace 50K Trail Run. The Kanawha Trace is a 31.68-mile foot trail running from Barboursville, WV, at the confluence of Mud and Guyandotte Rivers, to Frazier’s Bottom, WV on the Kanawha River.
More information on the Kanawha Trace Trail:
Kanawha Trace History
Photos from a WVMTR members journey
Coopers Rock 2010
This year it is up to the highest hill in West Virginia for the weekend. There will be something besides running for all everyone including trout fishing in Spruce Knob Lake if that’s your Thing.
Check out the Weekend Plan now.