Five Mile Cherokee Trail Run at 8:00

NOTE!!!!! Beginning January 12, 2013, the venue is changed to Hogan's Fountain on the Scenic Loop.  From the previous meeting place at the bottom of Cochran Hill Road, turn right on the Scenic Loop and continue for approximately 2 miles to the top of the second big hill - parking is on the right.

Five mile trail run in Cherokee Park - Varied pace, but we generally have enough folks so nobody has to run alone.  Great way to introduce yourself to the sweet trails in Cherokee.

We will re-start the 7:00 run when the light returns in the spring.  Meanwhile a couple of us are generally there at 7:00 anyway.  If you like running with a headlamp, check out the Thursday evening run at Seneca Park.

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  • Jim

    NOTE - As Saturday's road race is cancelled, we will meet at Hogan's Fountain as usual. What is it with roadies and weather anyway?

    1 · February 6, 2014

  • Bob W.

    Road race cancelled for Saturday and moved to March 1st due to icy roads.

    February 6, 2014

  • Jim

    We will start this week's run (Feb 8) at the old place, at the gravel parking lot where we come off the trail, across from the rugby field near the bottom of Cochran Hill Road. This will avoid the race parking nightmare at Hogan's Fountain, and allow us to leave the park immediately after the run.

    February 6, 2014

  • Doug L.

    Jim, my bad. Your right. Race starts at 9:00. Doug

    February 2, 2014

  • Doug L.

    Jim, this is Doug. ran with you guys with Bob Walker about 5 weeks ago. Wanted to let you know that this Saturday the last leg of the Polar Bear Grand Prix start and finish is going to be at Hogans Fountain 8:00. Parking will be limited

    February 2, 2014

  • Bob W.

    4 mile road run leaving from Hogan's Fountain at 9. Expect[masked] runners. Plan accordingly, or run the trail then do the Frostbite run at 9.

    January 29, 2014

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