Toughest 10K - Kemah
What makes the Toughest 10K in Kemah, Texas so tough? Running two complete loops over the Kemah/Seabrook Bridge! That means four long, steady uphills. Don't forget, at least you are running downhill on the other side of the bridge! And the boardwalk approach is nice and flat. So do some hillwork and come join the almost two thousand Texans who are ready to tackle the Toughest 10K!
Did you know that this race is part of a series of runs? If you like this race you may want to run one of the following Texas Bridge Series events.
This 10K run in Kemah, Texas is a jaunt down the road from Houston, just 34 miles way. The run starts and finishes at the Kemah Boardwalk, 215 Kipp Ave., in Kemah, Texas.
Flat and easy on the Kemah Boardwalk and then the “Tough” part, 4 passes (2 complete loops) over the Kemah/Seabrook Bridge. Then, it's downhill (not really) to the finish!