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Tree Frog Run at WWC

Bring a light and join us for a fun 5-6 miles on the WWC trails. This is a no-drop run that meets by the fence near the trail head.  Our group's average pace is usually between 8m and 12m per mile, and we have about 4-5 spots where we wait for everyone to catch up during the run. Our group typically runs 2 options, depending on how everyone feels:

Option 1: South + Carpet, Goat Hill, Weigh Station, & Toilet Bowl - (just under 6 miles)

Option 2: North + Figure 8, then South Main, without the extras (just over 6 miles)

Note: Sunset is around 7:30pm, so just keep that in mind that if you plan on running 6 miles, we're getting to that time of year when you may need a headlamp.

If you don't know the trails too well, and/or you plan to run fewer than 6 there are pre-marked 1.5, 3.5 and 6 mile courses.  Alternately, you can always adapt your own route with us if you want. North + Figure 8 is about 4 miles, and south Main Loop is about 3 miles without all the extras. Every now and then a few of us might tack on East Loop or Lake Loop for some extra credit. Check out the course map here.

NOTE: if the WWC's website has marked the trails as closed, we will not be holding this run.  Always check the USNWC.org website for trail status prior to heading that way. Http://usnwc.org

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  • Louise S

    Hi Marcus - I'd love to try this with the group - but new to trail running. Are street running sneakers okay for these trails?

    October 9, 2013

    • Marcus B.

      Sorry just now seeing this. For the most part they are, although you may find it has less grip on the leaves and pinestraw

      1 · October 11, 2013

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