Celebrate trails for a good cause at Castle Rock Trail Festival Oct. 6

Explore Castle Rock’s trails, learn to liveBIG, and support a great cause at the Castle Rock Trail Festival. The festival combines the liveBIG run and the Ridgeline Trail Race to help participants explore the outdoors Saturday, Oct. 6.

This year, the family fun event has something for everyone – from ultra-distance runners to families with children ages 5-12. Don’t miss the opportunity to explore the trails at Philip S. Miller Park and Ridgeline Open Space. Or, make memories with the entire family winding through a variety of kid-friendly obstacles at the liveBIG Family Adventure Run.

The Castle Rock Trail Festival courses include:

· 50K Ultra-Marathon (approximately 31.06 miles)

o $90 ($95 on race day)

· Marathon (approximately 26.2 miles)

o $90 ($95 on race day)

· Half Marathon (approximately 13.1 miles)

o $60 ($65 on race day)

· 10K (approximately 6.2 miles)

o $40 ($45 on race day)

· 5K (approximately 3.1 miles)

o $20-$30 ($35 on race day)

· Family Adventure Run (approximately 1.2 miles with family friendly obstacles)

o $15-$25 ($35 on race day)

Race fees include a T-shirt, custom finisher medal, professional chip timing, free professional photos sponsored by Sporthill and snacks. More information, and registration, is available at CRgov.com/TrailFest.

Please keep in mind, this is an extremely popular event, additional parking is available at the Douglas County Fairgrounds. A shuttle will be running to bring participants from the Fairgrounds to the park.

Following the run, don’t miss a free live concert at the Amphitheater at Philip S. Miller Park. The final Tunes for Trails, Perks for Parks concert featuring 6 Million Dollar Band will be taking place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. More information is available at CRgov.com/TrailTunes.

The liveBIG race was created to help people share the outdoors with their friends and family while also exercising their bodies and minds. All proceeds from the event will go to the Castle Rock Parks and Trails Foundation. This non-profit organization is working to improve parks, trails and open space in Castle Rock.

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