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New Date: Monday, November 2nd
Due to the forecast of Tropical Storm Zeta calling for high winds and heavy rains, this run cannot be safely produced on Friday night. We have postponed the event to Monday night, 11/2
The Trail of Terror is a night-time trail run that uses the ultimate motivator to run: FEAR.
The two mile course runs through Parvin's infamous Terror in the Timbers Haunted Hayride route and more to pit you against not just other runners, but whatever else is out there in the woods...
*This is not for the faint of heart. This event contains scary actors as well as lighting effects and moving props. If you are frightened easily, this isn't for you.
*The run is held at night on trails with roots and uneven grass/soil. Headlamps are required to participate - no exceptions. You can purchase a headlamp during registration for $2.00 and it will be ready for you at the check-in.
*You SHOULD NOT sign up for this run if you suffer from asthma, heart conditions, are prone to seizures, physical ailments, respiratory conditions, if you suffer from claustrophobia, or if you are or could possibly be pregnant.
*Actors and volunteers acting as "scarers" will never enter the course, block the path, or jump directly at runners.
*This run is only for patrons aged 16 or older. Sorry.
*Social Distancing measures will be in place and runners will be sent out in waves to ensure there is no crowding, nor any spoiling of the scares. Please indicate your pace when registering.
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