Trails are Alive Night Trail Adventure
Join Kenosha Running Company and your fellow trail enthusiasts for the Trails are Alive Night Trail Adventure. This unique night trail run/walk event takes place at Lake Geneva Canopy Tours, Lake Geneva, WI. Starting at 4:00 p.m. (just before sunset), runners and walkers will have the ability to gobble up some different memories. Ones that will be in the dark! Walkers and runners can enjoy a 3.5-mile or a 7.0-mile strut in the woods, while runners who really want to shake their tail feathers can run 10.25-miles. CaniCross athletes will start earlier (at 2:30 p.m.) and will be able to enjoy fall at its best with a 3.75-mile dash through the woods prior to the rest of the flock hitting the trails. Once you have scurried through the woods and flew over the hills, enjoy the company of other trail enthusiasts at the post-race celebration which will include soda and tasty treats that will tame even the fiercest of fowl! In order to safely navigate the trails and to return to us safely, all runners/walkers are required to wear either a headlamp or have Knuckle Lights. The trail will be well marked with reflective marking and "tricky" areas will be illuminated by ground lanterns.
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