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Calero County Park23205 McKean Rd San Jose, CA 95120
Beginning at Calero County Park, this trail is hosted in the San Jose area and it has everything! Experience awesome single track, great hills, and dirt paths. The 50K is a challenging, fantastic trainer for the Western States 100 that includes oak trees, exposure, good heat training, and panoramic vistas.
With over 5,000 feet of elevation gain across the park, the Calero Trail Race is one of our more challenging courses, but also a favorite. A true Sierra to the Sea Race that we've been proud to put on for several years.
All racers will receive a unique, commemorative medal, we will also be selling some of our older performance race shirts at this event.
Please make sure that you have warm clothes available as the course can get quite chilly if the sun is not shining.
Registrations are going fast. There is a 200 runner limit.
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Event details and scheduleADDRESS
Calero County Park
23205 McKean Rd San Jose, CA 95120
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- 6:30 AM — Park Opens
- 7:00 AM — Registration opens/Bib Pick-Up
- 7:45 AM — Trail briefing
- 8:00 AM — Start of all races (9-Hour Time Limit)
Carpooling is encouraged. Park at Calero Parking Lot on McKean Road.
0.5 Miler runners
You will stay inside Calero Park. You will run Out & Back. Turn around at red ribbons, then return to the finish.
2 Miler runners
You will stay inside Calero Park. You will run Out & Back. Turn around at yellow ribbons, then return to the finish.
You will stay inside Calero Park. You will run a Clockwise loop. Follow the Green Ribbons. Follow 5K signs and gypsum arrows.
You will stay inside Calero Park. You first run the 5K course in a clockwise direction loop then return to the finish/aid station then reverse the 5K course. Just run counterclockwise to complete the 10K course returning to the finish. Follow the GreenRibbons. Follow 5K signs and gypsum arrows.
Start out following Orange Ribbons to the first aid station. After arriving at the aid station, turn around following Pink Ribbons to the finish.
Half Marathon runners
Run 3.8 miles following Orange Ribbons to the first aid station located at Rancho Cañada del Oro parking lot. After reaching the first aid station, continue running west now following Blue Ribbons running a 4 mile clockwise loop returning to the aid station. After returning to the aid station for the second time, the 13.1 milers turn around following the Pink Ribbons to the finish.
25K and 50K runners
Troy will be located at the Rancho Cañada del Oro aid station directing to insure you stay on course. 50K runners can use the 16 mile course map as reference. These 2 distances will first run the Half Marathon in its entirety and return to the finish line. Then the 25K and 50K runners will go back out and run the 5K course (Green Ribbons) running a clockwise loop and return to the finish. 25K runners are done. 50K runners go back out and run the 16 mile course (Pink Ribbons) leading over to the Rancho Cañada del Oro aid station parking lot. Then they reverse, running a counterclockwise loop (Blue Ribbons), the 4.2 mile loop previously ran when doing the Half Marathon course. The 50K runners return to the Rancho Cañada del Oro aid station then follow Orange Ribbons back to the finish line. 50K runners then go back out and run the 10K course (Green Ribbons) now running a counterclockwise loop and return to the finish for the last time.
Two aid stations will be available for all runners, they will be fully stocked and you can leave drop bags at either station. Longer distance runners can expect to hit an aid station approximately every 5 miles.LODGING
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