NW Trail Runs' Winter Series: Ravenna Refresher
Nestled just north of the University District, Ravenna Park is a forest-filled ravine that serves as a green retreat for city dwellers. According to Seattle Parks & Recreation, a local realtor named Ravenna Park after “an Italian seacoast town that was famous for its pine trees, where poets, warriors, and statesmen once strolled in a state of euphoria…” Experience your own trail running-induced euphoria at Ravenna Refresher! Whether it’s your first trail run, a chance to set a personal record, or simply some motivating maintenance miles, you’ll be glad you ran at Ravenna Park.
Join us for a 4k, 8k, or 12k trail run at Ravenna Refresher, the second event in the Winter Trail Series!
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 Winter Trail Series events.
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