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La Sportiva Beaver Creek Summer Solstice Trail Run...

EVENTS
  • Solstice Trail Run:- Running Event
RACE DATE
Saturday, June 22, 2013
Start Time
9:30 AM
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RACE WEBSITE
Entry Fee
$28/$38
Location
Beaver Creek, Colorado
CITY
Avon
STATE/TERR
Colorado
Zip
81620
COUNTRY
USA
Phone
970-479-2280
Description

The course begins at the base of CreeksidePark, crossing Offerson Rd. going left on a dirt cart path, jumping on Village Loop, a singletrack traversing acorss the East side of Beaver Creek Mountain.  Aspen Glade singletrack is a climb through large Aspen Groves that connects with a dirt service rd, Cinch.  This is a short downhill trek before jumping on Allies Way, a singletrack that traverses you across the front side of Beaver Creek with a grand view of B.C. Village. Popping out at Birds of Prey lift 9, you will climb a short distance on a dirt service rd, before descending on Beaver Lakes Trail. This lush singletrack will connect you with Lost Buck Spur
trail arriving at Stack It singletrack and back to Lost Buck. You will run over a pedestrian bridge and end up on a bike path descending back into Creekside Park for the finish. The race benefits the Vail Valley Charitable Fund and includes lunch/entertainment for racers. 

Course Info

The course begins at the base of CreeksidePark, crossing Offerson Rd. going left on a dirt cart path, jumping on Village Loop, a singletrack traversing acorss the East side of Beaver Creek Mountain.  Aspen Glade singletrack is a climb through large Aspen Groves that connects with a dirt service rd, Cinch.  This is a short downhill trek before jumping on Allies Way, a singletrack that traverses you across the front side of Beaver Creek with a grand view of B.C. Village. Popping out at Birds of Prey lift 9, you will climb a short distance on a dirt service rd, before descending on Beaver Lakes Trail. This lush singletrack will connect you with Lost Buck Spur
trail arriving at Stack It singletrack and back to Lost Buck. You will run over a pedestrian bridge and end up on a bike path descending back into Creekside Park for the finish. The race benefits the Vail Valley Charitable Fund and includes lunch/entertainment for racers. 

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