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Additional race information can be found at http://www.alleghenytrailrunners.com/dirty-kiln-trail-race/.
The 10th “Dirty Kiln Trail Races at Canoe Creek State Park” brought to you by Allegheny Trailrunners, Inc. will be Saturday, April 9th, 2022! (Depending on when First Day of Trout Season.) Trail runners will have a choice to run the 10K course up Moore’s Hill and around the lake or the half-marathon course around the park a second time but on a more hilly and challenging half-marathon course! Both courses have a lot of variety of trails from wide paths, winding singletrack, stream crossings and mud… lots of mud.
Allegheny Trailrunners is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization and its officers are all volunteers and are not compensated for our work. All net proceeds from our events are proudly contributed to carefully predetermined charities and other non-profit organizations at the end of the year. But we do like to reward our participants – especially since Dirty Kiln has been an introductory race toward trailrunning.
We have a very detailed website at http://www.alleghenytrailrunners.com/dirty-kiln-trail-race/ with course details, maps, and much more.
Participants are eligible for a 50% refund of the race fee minus RunSignup fees until 4/1/2022. We will not do deferrals or bib transfers. No same-day signups for this event. Last year, we had to open a wait-list.
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