Santa Teresa King Richard Annual Trail Run

Santa Teresa King Richard Annual Trail Run
Date Apr 8, 2023
Saturday
Distance 5k, 10k, 10mi, Half-marathon
Course Type Trail

Race Information

This event is close to Troy's heart. As a way to honor his father, Richard Limb, he created and named this event after him. This event is his way to celebrate his pride and love for him. Join Troy in celebrating his father and enjoy a wonderful race!

Santa Teresa County Park is located in the Santa Teresa Hills, ten miles south of downtown San Jose. This diverse, 1,673-acre park, is rich in history and offers spectacular views from its trails above the Almaden and Santa Clara Valleys.

Related Events

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 Troy's California Trail Runs events.

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Unlock special badges and earn an embroidered finisher’s patch as you make your way along the trail.

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