The run begins at the I Street parking lot that borders the Humboldt Bay. There is lots of parking. The K-2 race is one mile.
The run begins at the I Street parking lot that borders the Humboldt Bay. There is lots of parking. The 3-5 race is 1.4 miles.
The run begins at the I Street parking lot that borders the Humboldt Bay. There is lots of parking. The 6-8 race is 1.97 miles.
This is the starting line for all three races. That is Klopp Lake in the background. The run begins at the kiosk next to the lake on the north side of the parking lot. Follow the trail north.
The trail climbs a bit to Mt. Trashmore. Continue straight until you reach the paved trail. Note the three colored signs. The red is for K-2 and at the paved trail, K-2 runners turn right.
After turning right, stay on the paved trail until you come to a silver bridge. The turnaround is the bollard right before the bridge. Return to the finish line the same same way.
Note the staring line information listed under the K-2 division. At the paved trail, go straight and follow the paved path to the road crossing (above). Be very careful here to watch for cars. There is no stop sign. Continue on the paved path.
The paved path goes to the right, but 3-5 and 6-8 runners take the dirt path to the left. The blue and pink signs have arrows for the two races. Stay on the path until you reach the road crossing.
Be careful at the road crossing. There are no stop signs. Run to the paved path and then turn right toward the finish line.
The 6-8 run is the same course as the as the 3-5 runners for most of the race. Please review the 3-5 run to review the first few turns. After the 2nd road crossing, the 3-5 graders go left, but the 6-8 runners go straight down the paved path until they come to the trail that goes back around Klopp Lake. Note the bridge above. Turn just before the bridge.
The 6-8 runners turn off of the trail just before the parking lot. Watch for the pink sign. Go down the stairs and follow the trail to the final turnaround.
Watch for the pink sign that indicates a very sharp turn to the finish.