FALL RUNNING SERIES
Get active and support key programs in your national park by signing up for the annual Fall Running Series.
With your registration, you’ll fund projects to maintain CVNP’s running, biking, and hiking trails. Plus, you’ll have a chance to get fit and experience your national park in a friendly race setting.
The Fall Running Series is held on Tuesdays in October and consists of five races held at different locations throughout CVNP. While full series registration is now closed, you can register for each race individually. Each race is held at a different location throughout the national park—each with its own exciting twists.
2014 Race Schedule
- Tuesday, October 7, 6 p.m., Kendall Lake
- Friday, October 10, 9 p.m., Howe Meadow (Moon Run)
- Tuesday, October 14, 6 p.m., Ledges Loop
- Tuesday, October 21, 6 p.m., Pine Hollow
- Tuesday, October 28, 6 p.m., Station Road
You can choose to be chip-timed for each race, or you can run for fun without being timed. Registration for each race is $20 ($15 for Conservancy members).
Register for the Fall Running Series with Western Reserve Racing >
When you participate in the Fall Running Series, you’ll be funding projects to maintain CVNP’s running, biking, and hiking trails. You’ll also receive a technical running shirt ($60 value) and renewed membership with the Conservancy, which includes invitations to Conservancy programs, a weekly e-newsletter, discounts on Trail Mix purchases, the park’s quarterly schedule of events mailed to your home, and more.
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.