_ The 2018 Rock it in Aliso & Wood Canyons 5K & 17K:
Rock it where Rock It Trail lives! Aliso & Wood Canyons are home to some of the most awesome trails in OC! The 5K is especially good for first-time trail runners. The 17K has some nice long stretches where you can get into a nice groove, and a couple of climbs to challenge you (yes, Rock It trail, uphill, it included)! All finishers receive a custom finisher medal and a t-shirt.
Race parking and check in is at Laguna Niguel Regional Park, and the race's start & finish line is across the street (Alicia Parkway) at the Aliso Creek Trail -East trail head. Note: Do not park at the Aliso & Wood Canyon entrance. You will not be in the right place!
Event details and schedule
Parking & Check-in is at Laguna Niguel Regional Park
28241 La Paz Road
Laguna Niguel, CA 92677
$5 parking fee payable at park entry gate
RACE SCHEDULE (subject to change)
Check in begins at 7:00 AM
17K race begins at 8:15 AM
5K begins at 9:00 AM
Awards: 10:15 - 10:30 AM (subject to change)
Top three overall winners in the 5K and 17K race receive special awards.
Age group winners receive awards three deep in the following categories: 19 & Under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+
-) 2018 race registration is open • Registration Information
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