Friday, August 31, 2012

Take a Harriman Trail Run on Sunday

10-mile cool-down from Wagon Days

Gear down from Wagon Days by joining the second annual Harriman Trail “Boulder Dash” 10-mile run on Sunday, Sept. 2, north of Ketchum.

Entirely run on the improved gravel surface of the Harriman Trail, the course goes from Baker Creek in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area to Galena Lodge. Lovely meadows and shaded wooded sections are along the route.

The event begins at 10 a.m. Sunday, with bib pickup and day-of-race registration from 8:30-9:45 a.m. at the Baker Creek parking lot, east side of state Highway 75. Online signup at is $25, or $30 Sunday.

Galena Lodge, a community-owned day lodge 23 miles north of Ketchum, will provide a bag drop and shuttle for runners. The lodge will host a post-race party, awards and prize raffle.

Last year’s inaugural run over the Labor Day weekend attracted 50 solo runners led by Miles Fink-Debray (1.10:03) and Boise’s Jenny Tobin (1.14:48).

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