Tuesday, May 28, 2013

QDOBA DINO TRAIL RUN SERIES Race 4 - Saturday, June 1, 2013

Nashville, IN – Brown County State Park

Registration: Online
Difficulty rating: Hills: 5 / Surface: 3 (1=easy, 5=difficult)

Stunning terrain, challenging hills, and meticulously constructed trails. The rewards of running in the Qdoba DINO Trail Run at Brown County State Park! The Brown County event has become one of the series' most popular venues.
This is the only course this year with mile-long climbs and downhills - much different than the other races in the series. The course starts uphill for the first mile before flattening a bit. The 5k heads back downhill for a mile-long downhill to the finish. 15k will make a left turn that sends runners onto a loop containing several long climbs and descents. 15k will finish with the same long downhill as the 5k.
Make it a weekend! There's plenty to do for family and friends, including swimming pool, camping, hiking, and nearby shopping and attractions of Nashville . Most of the race course is on the mountain bike trail, which will be used the following day for a DINO Mountain Bike Series event.
SCHEDULE FOR ALL DINO TRAIL RUNS:
Subject to minor changes. All races will be Eastern time. Indiana does observe daylight savings time. 
  • 7:30AM ~ Registration Opens
  • 8:30AM ~ Registration Closes
  • 9:00AM ~ 15K Start
  • 9:10AM ~ 5K Starts
  • 11:00AM ~ Award Ceremony 
Directions: Situated between Bloomington and Columbus Indiana , Nashville and Brown County State Park are on SR 46. The race site is nearest the north gate (east of Nashville) – just uphill of the swimming pool. View Map
Gate fee of $5 per vehicle ($7 out-of-state) will be required as you enter, or you can purchase an annual entrance pass and enjoy any State Park all year long. You can purchase your annual pass ahead of time.
Camping: Onsite at the park's large campground. Reservations are recommended - www.camp.IN.gov or 1-866-6campIN. Cabins and Abe Martin Lodge also available: www.indianainns.com or 1-877-lodges1.
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