October 3, 2015
7:30am - 20 mi, 8:00am - 6 & 12 mi, 8:30am - 5K
Packet Pickup starts at 5:30 am
Where: Double Bridges Trailhead in the Coosa Wildlife Management. From intersection of AL 22 and US 231,
travel south 8.1 miles on AL 22 to CR 29/Kelly's Crossroads. Turn right and drive 1.8 miles. Cross bridge and take immediate
left for the Coosa WMA Double Bridges area. GPS: 32.8613792 -86.3387123
There will be a number of different length runs they are a 5K(3.1mi), 6mi, 12mi and a 20mile.
Type of terrain:
The 5k will be an out and back on part trail and part gravel road. Crews will be available to assist runners at
mileage breaking points.
The 11.7 mile course goes the full course of the Coosa Trail from one trailhead to the other trailhead.
There are multiple elevation changes and they include streams, bridges and various other challenges.
The 20+/- course not only includes the Coosa Trail course but it continues to follow the Eastern Continental Trail
Path on a dirt road, then pavement, back to dirt until you reach the Southern Terminus of the Alabama Pinhoti Trail on Flagg Mountain.
Finishing this course will give you the ultimate reward as all participates that finish will receive medals and the First,
Second and Third in the Male and Female will receive trophies.
Parking will be available at the Double Bridges Trailhead off of County Road 29. Those that want to park their vehicles at
their destination must email email@example.com for directions to those sections. Shuttles will be available to take runners
back to the starting point. Those shuttles will go every 30 minutes unless the vehicles fill up quick.
Shirts and goody bags are included for all participates.
The Double Bridges Trailhead is within the Coosa Wildlife Management Area's Forever Wild lands, 9,746 acres of Mountain
Longleaf Pine habitat interspersed by hardwood drains within the Weogufka and Hatchet Creek watersheds. The Forever Wild
property also hosts one of the last remaining populations of Red-cockaded Woodpeckers outside of Alabama's National Forest
system. The Alabama Hiking Trail Society builds and maintains hiking trails within the state of Alabama. All proceeds goes to
the River Region Chapter of the Alabama Hiking Trail Society. Your support would help us maintain the trails in this region
and will give us the funds to continue to build new trails for the community and the state.
Early Registration Ends September 12, 2015. All Races increase $10 after September 12th. If you are mailing in your entry it must be postmarked by that date.
We must have a signed waiver on file before you run.
If you plan to run the 20+/- mile run and you think you'll need a drop bag at the end of the 12 mile run section,
a trailer will be available to carry those bags to that trailhead. Please label your bags, we will not be responsible for
Registration:> Registration for Trail to Trail Run (Snail Mail)
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