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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 2015 Evergreen Trail Racing Series, a five-race series of running events on mountainous terrain around scenic Evergreen.
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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 $35.00 in advance and $40.00 race day - or register for ALL 5 races for $140.00, which means you get one race for FREE! Races start at 8:00 AM (pre-registration opens at 7:00 AM) except the Fall EverGold Races, which starts at 9:00 AM (pre-registration opens at 8:00 AM).

Pick up your race bib and technical running shirt 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 Mountain 15k - June 13

Hitz, Seybold Prevail in Evergreen Mountain 15K
CJ Hitz won the Evergreen Mountain 15K on June 13, 2015, at Alderfer/Three Sisters Park in a blistering time of 1 hour, 16 minutes and 25 seconds. Daniel Fay placed second in 1:16.44. Stephanie Seybold was the first woman to finish the challenging race to the top of Evergreen Mountain, in 1:20:24.

Sixty-two people competed in the race, which was the first event in the 2015 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.
Male - Overall Race Results Female - Overall Race Results
Male 20-29 Feng Xie (1:46:31) Female 20-29 Courtney Scwartz (1:25:32)
Sarah Anenson (1:45:25)
Male 30-39 Daniel Fay (1:16:44)
Mike Bell (1:16:57)
Kevin Correale (1:18:44)
Female 30-39 Michelle Miller (1:22:11)
Heather Higgins (1:34:20)
Allison Lee (1:36:23)
Male 40-49 Geoff Miller (1:18:00)
Tim Miller (1:18:05)
Joe Ziegenfuss (1:18:19)
Female 40-49 Chris Adamowski (1:24:08)
Heather Ray (1:26:06)
Julia Purrington (1:30:37)
Male 50-59 David Wald (1:34:47)
Drayton Boylston (2:01:36)
Female 50-59 Lisa Sieders (1:49:22)
Jill Parker (1:52:27)
Male 60+ Bill Moyle (2:35:21)

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Elk Meadow Trail Race 5k & 10k - July 11

Brandy Earholtz won the Elk Meadow 5K Trail Race on Saturday, July 11, 2015, finishing a full minute before first male finisher Tim Miller in 26 minutes and 7 seconds. Miller finished in 27:07.

The champion of the 10K was Jerome Perkins in 41:08. Chris Adamowski was the women's winner, covering the hilly course in 49:59.

The pair of races were the second event in the 2015 Evergreen Trail Racing Series, Evergreen Park & Recreation District (EPRD) and sponsored by The Wild Game. The series comprises five races on challenging mountainous terrain in and around Evergreen. Distances range from a 5K to an epic half-marathon (13.1 miles) to the top of Bergen Peak (elevation 9,708), a climb of over 2,000 vertical feet.
5K Overall Race Results
10-19 - Cameron Payne (36:26)
20-29 - Cole Kouba (43:10)
30-39 - Matt Roybal (29:57)
40-49 - Tim Miller (27:07)
50-59 - David Oeser (35:27)
10-19 - Fern Clark (39:39)
20-29 - Kaitlyn Morgan (33:15)
30-39 - Brandy Earholtz (26:07)
40-49 - Erica Cox (40:48)
50-59 - Amy Enos (39:40)
10K Overall Race Results
10-19 - N/A
20-29 - Jerome Perkins (41:08)
30-39 - Kevin Correale (47:36)
40-49 - Tom Pataia (48:50)
50-59 - Jeff Mages (53:05)
60+    - Jim Romero (1:10:10)
10-19 - Audra Greene (1:38:56)
20-29 - Kelly Lane Brown (52:24)
30-39 - Amy Burhom (57:05)
40-49 - Chris Adamowski (50:02)
50-59 - Kristine Clark (56:02)
60+    - Amelia Orton Palmer (1:15:38)

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Mt Falcon 15k - August 1

Runners will be challenged with a 4 mile ascent of nearly 2,000 feet up to the top of Castle Trail. From there, runners will take the Parmalee Trail Loop to Meadow Trail, where they will reconnect to fly back down Castle Trail to the finish line. This course features beautiful scenery and excellent views of Red Rocks State Park. The start/finish line will be located at the Mt. Falcon Open Space Park entrance just outside of the town of Morrison off of Colorado Highway 8.

Please note: Runners will be shuttled in from The Fort Restaurant (located at 19192 Colorado 8, Morrison, CO 80465) to the start/finish line. Parking will not be allowed at the actual trail head. Registration will start at 7:00 AM and will close at 7:50 AM. Please register/check in at The Fort Restaurant and then take the shuttle to the start/finish location. Race will start at 8:00 AM.

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Bergen Peak Half Marathon - August 29

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.

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Fall EverGold 10-Mile Run - October 3

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.

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Evergreen Trail Race Series (Package of 5)

Register for all 5 races for only $140.00. Cost of each race is $35.00 for preregistration, $40.00 day-of. Registration includes a technical running shirt.

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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.


Kendra Lind Recreation Supervisor - Programs 720-880-1226
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