A significant role of the Western States Trail Foundation (WSTF) is preservation of the historic Western States Trail from Lake Tahoe to Auburn, California. In partnership with the Tahoe National Forest, California State Department of Parks and Recreation and the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, WSTF volunteers annually contribute in excess of 2000 hours towards maintenance and upkeep of the Western States Trail. The WSTF in excess of $50k annually towards trail maintenance projects.
Please join us on October 14th, 2012, for the WSTF Trail Fund Run. Endorsed by the Western States Run, this event will help the WSTF fund the much needed projects to ensure a safe and sustainable trail for Hikers, Runners and Equestrians alike.
All three distances will be run over a combination of Trails and Park access roads. The 10k and 10 mile distances are moderately challenging courses. The 5k distance does not have the elevation gains and losses, and is more suited to walkers, hikers and young children.
5k Map: http://www.teviscup.org/images/docs/wstf_5k.pdf
10k Map: http://www.teviscup.org/images/docs/wstf_10k.pdf
10 mile Map: http://www.teviscup.org/images/docs/wstf_10_mile.pdf
Event schedule and times
Preregister by October 9th to guarantee a run shirt the day of the event. Registration after October 9th does not guarantee a run shirt the day of the event, but will be mailed later. On October 14th, registration opens at 0700 and all three distances will start at 0900 at the Western States Trail Foundation office at 150 Gum Lane, Auburn, California. The office is located approximately 200 yards north of the entrance to the Auburn Dam Overlook parking lot on Pacific Ave in Auburn, CA.