RUNNING

With more than 100 miles of trails, Cuyahoga Valley National Park is the perfect place for trail running. Both new and experienced runners can find a perfect route—from the smooth, flat Towpath Trail to the rocky, hilly Ledges Trail. Check out favorite routes in the trail guide below or join us for a race to enjoy the lush forests, striking rock formations, and hidden gems of your national park.

Fall Running Series

Explore CVNP with other friendly park lovers during this month-long series of five races. 
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Running Trail Guide

Check out some favorite running routes in the park, ranked as easy, moderate, or difficult. 
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Runners just ahead of the train

Spring TRAINing Race

Race the train along the firm, flat Towpath in this unique running challenge. Registration will re-open in 2015; check back for updates. 

 

Flap Jack and Jill Race

Enjoy a morning race before sitting down to an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast at Stanford House. Registration will re-open in 2015; check back for updates. 

A NEW PARTNERSHIP

To ensure your Conservancy race events in the valley remain top-notch and to ensure any proceeds go directly to your national park - we're introducing a new partnership with Western Reserve Racing.

Western Reserve Racing's vision is to provide runners and race directors with the finest race experiences, as well as encourage exploration of local park systems. To that end, Western Reserve Racing will now manage Conservancy races - including the Fall Running Series. This partnership leave race management to the experts and lets the Conservancy channel race proceeds directly into vital park programs, including trail improvements and ecosystem restoration.

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