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|The Pack 64 Great Outdoors 5k Trail Run||
Time9:00AM MST - 11:00AM MST
Join us for our 3rd Annual Pack 64 Great Outdoors 5k Trail Run. Grab your friends and join us!
Enjoy a non-competitive run or walk in the awesome outdoors at the Pack 64 Great Outdoors 5k Trail Run. This is not a timed event. The course begins on the Coldwater trailhead, connects to Dysart trail and returns on the Butterfield trail – winding around at the base of the beautiful Estrella Mountains in Goodyear. Appropriate for all ages. There will be a water station, food at the finish and music. T-shirts and finisher gifts for all participants. Prizes for first three finishers from gun start. Bring some friends!
Entry fees: $15 for 10 & younger; $25 for 11 and older; $30 from Jan 26th to Race Day
(plus $6/vehicle park entry fee payable at self-pay station at entrance)
Discounts available for Cross Country Teams and Running Clubs, contact us.
7:30am – 9:00am Check-in, Shirt pickup, Race Day Registration
9:00am Race Start
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Estrella Mountain Regional Park, Coldwater, Dysart & Butterfield Trails
Directions: From I-10, take exit 126 (Estrella Pkwy) south about 6 miles just over the bridge to Vineyard. Turn left and go about a half mile to the park entrance. There will be a $6 entry fee at the gate. Continue on Casey Abbott Dr. around to 143rd Dr. and take that around to the trailhead at the Rodeo Arena. (33.370294, -112.368646)