_ The 2022 Koala Bottle Table Rock 15K/5K:
SOUTH CAROLINA TRAIL RUNNERS: Finally we are happy to announce our annual event is once again live!!!
and families are invited to enjoy the great outdoors on the doorstep of the Blue
Ridge Mountains in northwest South Carolina. The scenic 5k course is a great for
novice trail runners and experienced racers alike. The single track trails
meander along and across scenic Carrick Creek from the nature center as you
climb toward Pinnacle Mountain. After a short climb, the 5k runners will race downhill,
looping back toward the start finish line. Up for more of a challenge? The 15k
race course is brutal and will test the most seasoned trail runners. It follows
the same route as the 5k for the first two miles. However, the 15k course climbs
nearly 2000 feet over the first 5 miles. You will struggle to make it over
several gaps and reach the race’s high point of Pinnacle Mountain. As you descend you will be rewarded with spectacular
views from Bald Rock and other overlooks. More stream crossings, gnarly roots
and jagged rocks will keep you on your toes as you wind your way back down the
valley toward the finish. All racers will welcome the sight of the finish line
where there will be plenty of food and ice cold drinks to replenish your body
after a tough run. And, receive our super soft shirts and finishers awards will be provided to all
Event details and schedule
Saturday, August 13th
Race Day Registration and packet pick-up at
The Pinnacle Pavilion, formerly known as The Barn
7:30 am: 15K start time
7:35 am: 5K start
Awards for First, Second and Third place overall winners.
First place Age group award.
Please enter park at the
West Gate and turn left at the Country Store, driving past the start/finish line
to park at the Pinnacle Pavilion. Click HERE for directions.
The health and well-being of our participants, staff, volunteers and partners is our number one priority for the Koala Bottle Table Rock 15K/5K. We are committed to making decision that align with this priority. We are committed to playing a constructive role to limit the spread of the virus. We are monitoring the information from the CDC and local authorities and will comply with any of the necessary changes in policies that may occur.
Currently, fully vaccinated people can resume activities without wearing a mask or physically distancing, except where required by federal, state, local tribal or territorial laws, rules and regulations.
If you haven’t been vaccinated yet, please do so.
Those who have not been vaccinated should wear a mask when not eating or drinking and when it is not possible to social distance.