Everything you need to know about the race.
Saturday October 6, 2018 – 4-Mile / 6-Mile/ 10-Mile 8:00 a.m.
Just outside of Cumming, GA (Old Federal & Nicholson Rd) - Directions
Limited Primitive Camp Sites Available (October 5th) - $5
PortaJohns provided, but no running water
Camping includes a bonfire the night before with S'mores
Race bibs will be mailed 2 weeks prior to race date. Registrations received after 9/24/18 will need to pick up packet race morning (pick up begins at 6:45 AM).
If you do not receive your race bib via snail mail - please bring confirmation of registration race morning to receive a new bib.
Premium, super soft, short-sleeved shirt.
Overall male/female/masters and age categories (top 3 for each)
AWARDS WILL NOT BE MAILED! Please call 678-293-1219 to schedule pickup
Here's the agenda for the weekend of the race. Be on time!
Friday October 5th
3:00 PM Campers allowed on property
7:30 PM Bonfire/S'mores for campers
10:00 PM Lights out
Saturday October 6th
5:30 AM Hot coffee and bagels for campers/volunteers!
6:45 AM Registration tables open
8:00 AM 4/6/10-mile race starts!
9:30 AM Awards for 4-mile race
10:00 AM Awards for 6-mile race
10:30 AM Awards for 10-mile race
12:00 PM Break down - head home
Everything you need to know about the course.
Profile for the 10-mile course.
Quotes from folks who have tested our 10-mile course.
Keep in mind the 4- mile course is much tamer.
Quotes from folks who have tested out our 4-mile course.
“Getting a little bored with playing it safe? Wait til you get a load out of this! No paved roads, graded trails or bike paths. This is old school fun. Get out and see what it looks like offroad- really offroad. Rocks, sticks, streams and ravines. This course (and we use the term loosely) is really a flagged route through the wilderness. A true test of skills- balance, uneven terrain running, climbing. Get a good taste of what a real adventure race would feel like but without all the orienteering, rappelling, canoeing, etc.”
"What I liked most about the course was the varying terrain. I haven't run a course like that which took so many different skills from trail running. There was running in open fields, running down creeks, running down wooded trails, very steep inclines, creek crossings, and even the sewer line area where the ground was uneven underneath the tall grass. The course used all of my technical trail running skills unlike any other course I have run. My favorite part of the course was the steady downhill that shot out near where we parked at about mile 8. We were able to get a lot of speed but still had to be careful not to fall. It was a great fast, gradual decline. Lots of fun! The fact that the trail isn't well traveled is a pretty big advantage your race has. Most trail races are done on mountain biking or hiking trails so they are worn down with a lot of roots and rocks on hard-packed dirt. The most scenic part of the course was running up the creek with the canopy of trees over you."
"Went on a test run for the Frogtown Trail Challenge 4 mile course this morning. I had a blast! It was challenging, but anyone should be able to complete it. Check out the event and come join us in October."