An unforgettable run on the beautiful Ahnapee State Trail. Join us for our fourth annual running event on June 24, 2017. Complete the event as a solo or team of 2-5 runners, and choose from distances of 30 or 50 miles.
Teams of 2-5 runners will complete 10 legs on the Ahnapee State Trail as they travel from Sturgeon Bay to Kewaunee, finishing at the fairgrounds in Luxemburg. All finishers will be treated to an after race party at the fairgrounds in Luxemburg. Non-participants are welcome at the party, and tickets will be sold at the gate.
New this year - 30 or 50 mile ultramarathon for solo runners! 30 mile team relay for less experienced teams! Check out our team pricing options with categories for duos, trios, quads, and full teams of five.
Event details and schedule
Early registration through December 31, 2016
Regular registration January 1-May 31, 2017
Last-minute registration June 1-Day of Event - No guarantee of shirt, medal, or race schwag for last-minute registrants.
Friday, June 23, 2017
Packet pick-up from 5:00-7:00 pm at Kewaunee County Fairgrounds at 625 Third St., in Luxemburg, WI.
Saturday, June 24, 2017 7:30-8:30am - Raceday Packet Pickup at the start line - look for the packet pick up tent!
8:00am - Mass start at the Neenah Ave. trailhead in Sturgeon Bay, WI.
***Wave start will be added should participation require it. Watch the event website for updates.
****Solo runners may have a 7:00 am start time depending upon the number of registered runners. Watch the event website for updates.
2:00pm - Casco Junction Cutoff - any teams arriving here after 2:00 will be directed to the short course.
2:00pm - Post-race party at Kewaunee County Fairgrounds at 625 Third St., Luxemburg, WI.
6:00pm - Finish line closes
6:30pm - Awards ceremony at the fairgrounds
8:00pm - End of the post-race party at the fairgrounds
Parking information - Parking is available at the fairgrounds and teams can carpool to the start line where they will move from exchange zone to exchange zone as they follow their runners.
Friends of the Ahnapee State Trail