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Start Of Race Mississippi National Golf Links409 Golf Links Dr Red Wing, MN 55066
Registration will close 11pm on Thursday Oct. 17 2019
You may still register on Friday OCt. 12 3:30pm-6pm at Mississippi National or from 7:30 -8:15am race morning
This Race will be run in Beautiful Red Wing MN. This time of year the leaves are changing and there is no better place to see them than running through the trees and looking out over the Mississippi River Valley.
This event is being put on by Friends of the Bluffs.
It will consist of a 5 mile loop with aid stations.
You can sign up for the 3.1, 5, 10 ,15, 20 mile run and 5 mile hike.
Established in 2012, FOTB's mission is to increase the enjoyment, promotion, and stewardship of Red Wing's bluffs. Those include Barn Bluff, Sorin's Bluff (Memorial Park), and the Billings-Tomfohr Conservation Area.
The focus of our efforts has been on sustainable improvement of the hiking trail system, management and understanding of the various invasive species that endanger the bluffs, and sharing this knowledge with the general public and our supporters. Thanks to partnerships with the City of Red Wing, Live Healthy Red Wing, Red Wing Shoe Company, X-cel Energy Company, and the Red Wing School District (sponsoring Earth Day wirk events) we have made great strides
We are now looking to expand our efforts, and need to engage the community in a new way. By partnering with organizations like Red Wing Area Mountain Bike Organization (R.A.M.B.O.), Live Healthy Red Wing, and others with similar missions, we will be able to increase the number of people and families who are being active and enjoying the great outdoors, helping restore the native prairies, and share the full history of our beautiful bluffs.
Event details and schedule
Race Start 8:30
Pre registration will start at 6:30am to 8:15am
Waves starting every 5 Min.
The Trail run will consist of a 5 mile loop on Memorial Bluff featuring pathways through open pristine prairies, closed forest glades, and tight single track climbing a challenging sandstone ridge.