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We expect that this race will be cancelled for 2020.
We have turned off registrations.
If we decide to go ahead with the event, we will open up registrations again.
Shawnee Lookout is located at the Southwest corner of Hamilton County and is perched above the confluence of the Great Miami and Ohio Rivers. It is well known for its historical Spring house School and Log Cabin and Native American archaeological earthworks. The park's nature trails, including the 1.3-mile Blue Jacket, 2.0-mile Little Turtle and the 1.4-mile Miami Fort trail, offer spectacular views of the Ohio River and Great Miami River valleys. The park also features picnic areas, a playground and boat access to the Great Miami River.
Begins and ends at the Waterhole Meadow Shelter. The Course combines the two lollipop loops of the Blue Jacket and Little Turtle nature trails and includes breathtaking views of the river valley below.
This is the final event of the 2020 Dirt Days Trail Series and offers one last chance to earn series points.
Shawnee Lookout is located at the Southwest corner of Hamilton County and is perched above the confluence of the Great Miami and Ohio Rivers.
Google: 2008 Lawrenceberg Road, North Bend, OH 45052 to get directions from your location
GPS Coordinates to the shelter: 39.123579, -84.792764
Great Parks of Hamilton County:
You may be asked to show a valid park pass when entering the park. Daily passes are available
Begins and ends at the Waterhole Meadow Shelter. The Course combines the two lollipop loops of the 1.3 mile Blue Jacket and 2 mile Little Turtle nature trails and includes breathtaking views of the river valley below. Course is Approximately 3.44 miles / 5.54 km.
Individual Event Awards:
The overall top male and overall top female
randomly drawn door prizes.
You must be present to win any random drawing and you cannot accept for someone else, so stick around!
Dirt Day Trail series Tech shirts will also be available for purchase both online and at the race. These shirts are being sold by Fleet Feet and are $20 each while supplies last.
We will have a variety of treats for you. If the weather is nice, stick around and toss a frisbee in the meadow and celebrate life!
Registration Fee: $15 Pre-registration per race. Late registration, when offered, will be $17. It was determined that not enough folks were pre-registering so the race day fee was raised to $20 to "encourage" pre-registration.
Register online through Thursday, October 15, 2020. Late online registration will be available through Saturday, October 17, 2020
Register by mail by printing and mailing a paper registration form. Postmark by Tuesday, October 13, 2020
Register on Race day from 7:30 am through 8:45 am
Race Day Registration and pick up:
There is no early packet pick up for this event. Check in on day of race is from 7:30 am through 8:45 am.
The Dirt Days Trail Series:
This is the final leg of the 2020 Dirt Days Trail Series. Last chance to earn points and improve your position in the Series Standings.
About the Dirt Days Trail Series
This is a unique series of trail events in the Greater Cincinnati area. This Series consists of eight dates and ten events. Events will include trail runs of varying distances from about 3 to 11 miles, including a night trail run.. It includes combining your performances in various events to see who are the Dirtiest Dozen men and women. We are excited to be able to put on these slightly different events for the local running community. Run one race or sign up for the series and run them all!
Go to the Dirt Days Trail Series Home Page to learn more about the series
Once again, this year's race will be chip timed with Ipico shoe tags. All Times will be read electronically. You do not have to have a tag to participate but you must have a tag to receive a time. To receive a time, you must properly attach shoe tag to your shoe. No tag, no time! Shoe tags will be distributed on race-day only. Tags are re-useable and will be collected at the finish line. If you are given a tag, you must agree to return it for reuse. Check out the video to see how to properly attach your timing chip.
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