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Welcome to the 3rd

Mount Magazine Trail Run

 

8:00am - Saturday, May 9, 2015

Mount Magazine, Paris AR

2014 - 2015 AURA Ultra Trail Series Event

 

 

Mount Magazine State Park, a natural “island in the sky,” looms over the Arkansas River Valley, and is home to Signal Hill, the highest point in the state, elevation 2,753 feet.

 

 

Magazine is home to magnificent bluffs which make for breathtaking scenery, provide spectacular views, and make it popular for hang gliders and climbers alike. Magazine also offers numerous trails for hiking atop the mountain and into the valley below. It’s now time to enjoy those trails as runners.

 

Come join us for the 2nd Mount Magazine Fun Run. We’ll start just north of the visitor center (see map below), and hit almost every trail in the park, along with a portion of the Cove Lake Trail.  The run will be approximately 18 miles, with a trip to the base of the mountain, via the Cove Lake Trail, and back to the top.

For those wishing to participate but not able to do 18 miles, there will be "bail-out" options.

 

This is a fun run and there are no entry fees or advance applications required.  However, please contact PT if you intend to run--so we know how many runners to prepare for.  Food will be provided after the run.  Please carpool if possible, as this will help with parking.

 

                                                        

 

 

Directions:
Mount Magazine State Park is located on Scenic Highway 309 approximately 17 miles south of Paris; or from Danville, travel nine miles west on Highway 10 to Havana, then go 10 miles north on Scenic Highway 309. Please arrive early enough to check in at Greenfield Pavilion – across the highway from the visitor center.
 

Many thanks to Mt Magazine State Park, and the Forest Service (Mt Magazine RD) for helping to make this possible.

For lodging and camping information at Magazine go to http://www.mountmagazinestatepark.com/

For more information on the race please contact PT

 

 

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