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"It's not where you finish, it's how you finish that counts."
Vulcan's Fury Trail Race
Saturday, October 19, 2013
Pawtuckaway State Park
Nottingham, NEW HAMPSHIRE
Course designer: Geoff Cunningham
Distance: 12 miles (approximate)
Registration: 8:30-9:30 AM
Race starts at 10:00 AM
Cost: $25 pre-registration; sorry, no day of event registration
NOTE: The field will be limited to 150 competitors and the race will sell out!
NEW HAMPSHIRE FOOD BANK DONATION
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Your friends at aR have designed one of the most technical and scenic courses possible in a location that was once brimming with fire...yes...'Pawtuck' was once a volcanic site. We think the race’s namesake – the Roman God of Fire – would be proud of a course that will have you traversing a massive boulder field, tearing through dense forest, hammering down single-track switchbacks, jumping streams, crossing bridges and heading up a rocky slope appropriately named the Devil’s Staircase. The lava making up the park has long cooled, but your legs will be burning. This particular area of Pawtuckaway has gone unraced for too long so join us in what will be one of the most talked about trail races of the year.
This is a rugged trail race who's distance and elevation profile combine for a very challenging test even for the fittest endurance athlete. Make no mistake about it, the course travels along hiking trails with sections that must be negotiated very carefully. Run at the peak of NH foliage make sure to steal a peek or two at the highest elevations...it'll be worth the effort.
There will be at least two manned aid stations with water along the course.
Online registration NOW OPEN!
In 2013 we will continue our mission to help feed the hungry in our community. One way we're doing this is by collecting non-perishable food items at all of our events for the NH Food Bank. Thank you for your support of this incredibly important initiative of ours.
2012 [Chris Mahoney, Kelsey Allen] 2011 [Jim Johnson, Kristina Folcik]
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