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September 29, 2018
6:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Time Details:
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Oak Mountain State Park
200 Terrace Drive

Pelham, AL 35124

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Blood Rock 25k and 50K Trail Run

Saturday, September 29

This is the final race of the 2018 Southeastern Trail Series. The 50K and 25K will start at 6:30 AM in the Cabins on Tranquility Lake. The Blood Rock course is the most demanding course of the trial series with difficult trails and steep climb. It will also be the most fun, most exciting and most rewarding event of the year. This is the culmination of six months of hard work and dedication. Blood Rock is when you will know it was worth ever minute of effort. You realize you can accomplish more than you ever imagined.

Blood Rock 25 and 50K: are the final race in the 2018 Mountain High Outfitters Southeastern Trail Series. The races will take place at Oak Mountain State Park, starting at Cabins on Tranquility Lake. Both races will start at 6:30 AM. (Sunrise on the 29th is 6:40 AM and sunset is 6:36 PM.)

The Blood Rock 25K; Course is a single loop through the "Backcountry" of Oak Mountain State Park. The course will be the same as the 2017 race. The end of the 25K is at the Cabins Aid Station.

The 50K Course: The 50K will be a single loop course circling most of the park. The course will be almost the same as 2017 race route. 50K runners will first run the "Backcountry" section before returning to the Cabins Aid Station. Next, they will climb Double Oak Mountain on the way to the Terrace Aid Station located in the large field across Terrace Drive from the Dogwood Pavilion. After Terrace AS, runners will turn around and go back exactly the same way they came down to the aid station. There will be two way traffic on a little over a mile of trail. At the gravel fire road near the crest of the mountain, continue straight ahead on the Green Trail toward Peavine Falls. Return to the Finish along the Ridge of Double Oak Mountain on the Blue Trail. Aid Stations will range between 3 miles and 7 miles. Course map is located on the Website.