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Evergreen Trail Racing Series

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Evergreen Trail Racing Series

How tough are you? Evergreen Park & Recreation District (EPRD) invites runners to compete in the 2018 Evergreen Trail Racing Series, a five-race series of running events on mountainous terrain around scenic Evergreen and our mountain community. Distances range from a 5k to an epic half-marathon to the top of Bergen Peak (elevation 9,708 feet), a climb of well over 2,000 vertical feet.

Race registration is $35 in advance and $40 race day - or register for ALL 5 races for $140, which means you get one race for FREE! Registration includes a pair of custom running socks. Races start at 8 AM (pre-registration opens at 7 AM.)

Please note there are no race refunds or transfers.

Pick up your race bib on race day. Please bring a reusable water bottle to the races. There will be no water/aid stations on the course; this Series will be cup-free.
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Evergreen Trail Race Series (Package of 5)

Register for all 5 races for only $140. Cost of each race is $35 for preregistration, $40 day-of.

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Elk Meadow Trail Race 5k & 10k - June 3

Eleven-year-old Lucy Voss won the Elk Meadow 5K in a blistering 22 minutes flat on Saturday, June 2, 2018, in Elk Meadow Open Space Park. Stephen James Schneider, 31, was the first male to finish the race on a sunny, perfect racing day, in 26:27.

Henry Dodwell, 42, won the 10K race in 45:42. The first woman finisher was 33-year-old Amber Miller in 55:44.

10K Overall Race Results
Male 20-29 Ryan Platek (46:20)
Richard Clayton Wilks (54:24)
Alex Wickham (55:01)
Female 20-29 Maddy Wilks (1:03:19)
Annsley Beith (1:07:10)
Nicole Brennan (1:15:24)
Male 30-39 David Staley (52:15)
Nick Leuck (52:43)
Matt Buzas (52:49)
Female 30-39 Amber Miller (55:44)
Jenny McKenzie (57:18)
Kathryn Jantz (58:27)
Male 40-49 Henry Dodwell (45:42)
Mario Alberto Estrada (47:44)
Geoff Miller (49:07)
Female 40-49 Jean Knapp (57:26)
Jodi Crutchfield (1:01:56)
Lori Bryan (1:06:20)
Male 50-59 Jeffrey Scott Ross (51:36)
William Henry (54:06)
Russell Kutzman (59:09)
Female 50-59 Valerie Shockley (1:07:45)
Abigail J Boss (1:08:29)
Stacy Malerba (1:09:33)
Male 60+ Dave Swink (1:17:10)
Leo Griffard (1:41:08)
Female 60+ Patricia Tobias (1:37:36)
5K Overall Race Results
Male 10-19 Dylan Jones (29:02)
Nicolas Friedman (32:31)
Female 10-19 Lucy Voss (22:00)
Estelle Hackos (28:18)
Lindsey Atlas (38:29)
Male 20-29 David Chayne Smith (26:47)
Jeffrey Higman (32:43)
Brandon Dewey (35:55)
Female 20-29 Briana Hackos (27:10)
Nicole Moreno (28:11)
Abigail Bucciarelli (29:22)
Male 30-39 Stephen James Schneiter (26:27)
Patrick Quinn (28:06)
David Weber (33:20)
Female 30-39 Katherine Compton (28:48)
Kristan Bryars (29:35)
Katharine Ferguson (30:13)
Male 40-49 Paul Schneider (29:31)
Dan Atlas (38:31)
Nathan Hackos (49:31)
Female 40-49 Amy Kesic (29:33)
Jennifer Marie Peden (31:53)
Valerie Friedman (32:33)
Male 50-59 David Tapp (31:47)
GB Heidarsson (1:07:27)
Female 50-59 Lisa Hamm-Greenawalt (58:09)
Male 60+ Joe McGillivray (41:55)
Bruce Martin (43:14)
Female 60+

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Evergreen Mountain 15k - July 7

Cuno, Muldoon Prevail in Evergreen Mountain 15K
Jeff Cuno won the Evergreen Mountain 15K on a very hot Saturday, July 7, at Alderfer/Three Sisters Park, in a time of 1:05:53. Caitlin Muldoon was the first woman finisher, completing the mountainous course almost two full minutes ahead of her closest challenger, in 1:21:55.

Andrew Adamowski was the second finisher, in 1:07:10, while the third man was Koltin Hammer, with a time of 1:07:27.

Haley Markos was the second woman to cross the line, in 1:23:50, followed by Laura Marcoux in 1:25:42.

85 people competed in the race, which was the second event in the 2018 Evergreen Trail Racing Series, five races on challenging mountainous terrain in and around Evergreen put on by Evergreen Park & Recreation District (EPRD). The race took participants past the Three Sisters and Brother rock formations and 1,000 feet up Evergreen Mountain (8,400 feet elevation) before sprinting down the mountain to the finish.
15K Overall Race Results
Male 20-29 Koltin Hammer (1:07:27)
Steven - Colin Zbrozek (1:29:31)
Kyle Kisser (1:46:21)
Female 20-29 Haley Markos (1:23:50)
Rebekah Glover (1:25:46)
Addy Draper (1:38:56)
Male 30-39 Kevin Lorreale (1:14:23)
Phil O'Brien (1:16:53)
Michael Zbrozek (1:18:12)
Female 30-39 Laura Marcoux (1:25:42)
Sylvia DeLay (1:28:13)
Alyssa Lorreale (1:33:34)
Male 40-49 Adam Adamowski (1:07:10)
Brian Hansen (1:24:02)
Matthew Schell (1:30:03)
Female 40-49 Victoria Kerr (1:35:31)
Tracy Atlas (1:36:34)
Leslie St Louis (1:40:27)
Male 50-59 Rory Murtagh (1:24:04)
Craig Besselievre (1:44:52)
Taner Kodanaz (2:00:59)
Female 50-59 Susan Helm-Murtagh (1:39:29)
Diane Kelsay (1:47:38)
Rachel Kodanaz (1:49:22)
Male 60+ Bill Barrett (1:51:56)
Mike Hooley (1:54:41)
Tom Dekornfeld (1:56:19)

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New! Staunton State Park 20K - August 4

Join us at Staunton State Park for a beautiful 20k trail race. Runners will start at 8,215 feet of elevation and reach an elevation of 9,579 feet at the Eagle Cliff Overlook. Please bring a water bottle. This is a cup free race. Download race map.

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Bergen Peak Half Marathon - August 25

This race is epic! Bergen Peak runners will endure the rolling hills of Elk Meadow and the strenuous switchbacks of Bergen Peak and Too Long Trail. While ascending approximately 1,500 feet, runners will peak at a total elevation of 9,000 feet as they cover this 13.1 mile course. Participants should meet at the Buchanan Park Recreation Center near the Pioneer Trail head. Download race map.

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Fall EverGold 10-Miler - October 6

The Fall EverGold Trail Race is a ten-mile out and back race that takes place at Lair O' the Bear Open Space Park in Idledale. Runners will meet at the main parking lot in Idledale, just off of Highway 73. The course has runners taking the ascent up the trail first, then turning around to enjoy the decent over the second half of the race. Runners will meet at the main parking lot in Idledale, just off of Highway 73. Download race map.

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PLEASE NOTE: In the event of inclement weather or unforeseen trail conditions the race director reserves the right to delay, cancel, move or reschedule the race. There will be no refunds in the event of a race cancellation.

Glow Run

Glow RunGlow Run 5k - October 13

Join us for a one-of-a-kind glow-in-the-dark park experience! This event is less about how fast you run a 5K but more about enjoying an evening with your family and friends. After the run, enjoy caramel apples and non-alcoholic hot beverages. So put your glow gear on and join us! (Glow-in-the-dark necklaces will be provided). Location: Alderfer Park.

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Kendra Lind Recreation Supervisor - Programs 720-880-1226
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