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Halloween Hustle 5K – 1 Mile Kids’ Fun Run
October 26, 2019 @ 6:00 am - 9:00 am$15 – $35
Welcome to the DCNTrails Halloween Hustle at the Days River Pathway! This is a family-oriented trail running event meant to showcase the Days River Trail and to support the work of Delta County Non-motorized Trails. Choose from a 5K or 10K trail run or a 1 mile kids’ fun run.
Kids 1 Mile Fun Run – $15
5K Trail Run – $25
10K Trail Run – $35
There’s no better way to celebrate Halloween than to join our “Halloween Hustle” Race – perfectly timed on October 26, 2019 to celebrate the Ghost and Goblin Season and to prepare for the sugar spree of trick or treat!! Choose from the Frightening 5k route or the kid’s Monster Mile run.
Delta County Nonmotorized Trails (“DCNT”) is dressing up for the second annual Halloween Trail Run, which will be held at the Day’s River Pathway. You may encounter a zombie passing out drinks at the aid station or a wicked witch handing out your race packet—all frightening fun.
Trail running is a unique adventure for everyone whether you walk, jog, run or try an obstacle on the Monster Mile. The trail winds along the Days River through pine, spruce and cedar ridges of the Escanaba River State Forest making it one of the most popular local trails.
NEW THIS YEAR! Participate in a 10K run along loops 1, 2 & 3.
The course for the 5k consists of loops 1 and 2 of the Days River Trail. The course offers peaceful woods and beautiful views of the river. You’ll find the trail well groomed but rolling enough to keep it interesting. It should be a great introduction to trail running for the less experienced trail runner and a fun, fast course for the more seasoned trail runner.
The 1 mile course for the kids’ fun run is the skate ski loop, a wider, easier trail for beginning trail runners.
The race is scheduled to kick off at 10am with race packet and t-shirt pickup starting at 8:30am at the trailhead. Registration forms can be found online at dcntrails.com
Proceeds from the race will support our mission to create and maintain sustainable nonmotorized multi-use trail systems in Delta County that use the region’s natural assets and expand recreational opportunities for residents and visitors.