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5th Annual Skoot through hard-compact mangrove-lined trails on pristine wetlands along the picturesque Indian River Lagoon on South Hutchinson Island, the City of Fort Pierce in St. Lucie County. This scenic run provides breathtaking views of the Indian River Lagoon on trails that are teeming with native wildlife. Sightings may include wading birds such as egrets, roseate spoonbills, herons, ibis as well as other coastal birds such as owls, osprey, pelicans and more. On land, runners could see bobcats, marsh hares, crabs, otters, raccoons, armadillos, opossums and more. This inaugural race will introduce you to the hidden gem of untouched nature located in the heart of the Treasure Coast. The Skeeter Skoot is celebrating 5 years! This year will also feature an inaugural Ruck to benefit Right Side Fishing. Right Side Fishing is a local Veterans 501(c)(3) Organization that, through fishing/boating adventures, will create new memories and friendships that will aid in the Wellness and Recovery of our Veteran community.
Relay Team members can run one or more legs, in any order, as long as each team member runs at least one leg. Relay teams are responsible for transporting relay runners to exchange points - there is adequate parking at each exchange point.
50K consists of running from Start/Finish north out and back 4.2 miles, then south out 8 miles and back 8 miles, then running the 4.2 mile north out-and-back again, and finally running south to a turnaround point about 3.6 miles south of the Start/Finish, for a 7.2-mile final section. Total mileage should be approximately 31.6 miles. 100K will run this course twice to reach a total of 63+ miles.
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