Sasquatch Trail Run & Kids Race

Sat September 19, 2020 Woodlake, CA US 93286 Directions
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5k Run

$40 8:00AM PDT - 11:00AM PDT
236 spots left.

$25 (Under 21 Year Old)

5k Virtual Run

$40
90 spots left. Registration ends September 19, 2020 at 11:00am PDT

Kids Fun Run (10 & Under)

$18 7:45AM PDT - 11:00AM PDT
30 spots left.

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Place
35220 Dry Creek Road
Woodlake, CA US 93286
Description

There has been more noise than usual coming from Dry Creek. Unusual sounds have been coming from the pond at dusk. We can't promise that you won't see a Sasquatch...Or two, or three...But what we can promise is an amazing time!

All entrants receive:

  • Sasquatch Event Shirt
  • Sasquatch Trail Run Trucker FREE for first 50
  • Sasquatch Trail Run Trucker FREE for Virtual Participants
  • Elevation Culture Finisher Medals for all Participants 
  • Virtual 5k Option! We ship to you or pick up your swag!
  • Age Group Awards (0-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+)
  • Overall Male and Finisher Award
  • Hot Mavericks Coffee
  • Root beer for the kids
  • Three Rivers Brewing for the Adults
  • Snacks
  • FREE race photos
  • Chip Timed (5k)
  • Premier 5k Event by FYE Events

Virtual Event and On Demand Packet Pickup

Your swag is already ready to go! Register online and get your swag at our shop in Exeter! Call us at 559-303-2887 or text, or email us: info@sasquatchtrailrun.com.
You can be achieving your mileage this weekend and showing off your Bigfoot Tshirt!

Location:
Dry Creek Preserve is a 152-acre former gravel quarry located just northwest of Lemon Cove. 
This nature preserve, now fully restored, is the first example of an ecologically-based aggregate mine reclamation in Tulare County. It is also home to SRT’s native plant nursery.

The combination of biological and environmental conditions that give rise to the sycamore alluvial woodland community occurs only rarely. While the California sycamore is not an uncommon species, the sycamore alluvial woodland is only found in just 17 stands scattered across central California. The community at Dry Creek is ranked third in size and health of all the remaining stands.

Casual Sasquatch Trail Run Legend Lives Tee

All Finishers race day and virtually will earn the Legend Lives Tee. Enjoy your T-shirt and let others know you conquered the Sasquatch Trail Run 5k

Sasquatch Trail Run Trucker Hat

The Sasquatch Trail Run Trucker hat is new for 2020! It's not easy running the trails of Dry Creek and among the Sasquatch. We don't suggest wearing your trucker during the race...Bigfoot may take it!

The First 50 get the hat for FREE
All Virtual 5k Participants will also receive the hat for FREE

Sasquatch Trail Run Medal

Introducing the 2020 hand made Sasquatch Medal by Elevation Culture. You can earn the medal Virtually by running 3.1 miles anytime up until September 19, 2020! And even better, we already have your medal ready for you...


Dry Creek Preserve near Kaweah Dam

 

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Last years Survivors



 

 

Elevation Profile

The Sasquatch Trail Run is a scenic trail run with new trails added removing the "out and back" that it had in 2019. Participants will make their way across the river twice utilizing the bridges in place and around the pond at the North end of the preserve. It is 3.16 miles with 257 elevation gain making it a moderate trail run for advanced and beginner trail runners. Be on the lookout for Sasquatch because they have been known to lurk in the area.

To view a detailed map click here

 

 

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