Saturday, March 24, 2018 • Allenwood, PA • Course Map
The course begins and ends in the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) parking lot, which also provides ample parking for runners taking part in the race. Once the race begins, runners head into the trails and encounter a steady incline with rocky areas and stream crossings for the first three miles. The first aid station greets runners at the end of this steady incline, and runners are encouraged to take advantage of it before continuing.
A downhill stretch immediately follows the first quarter of the course, a mile designed for a recovery run before crossing another stream and climbing your way back uphill to the halfway point. The third quarter of the course means more uphill segments and another stream crossing, plus an aid station at mile 11 to prepare runners for the finish.
Enjoy a downhill stretch through most of the half marathon’s last two miles, with a small uphill stretch just before the finish line. With over 3,000 feet of elevation change, this course is a challenge for beginners and pros alike.
Race Weather & Climate
Located in central Pennsylvania 70 miles north of Pennsylvania’s state capital Harrisburg, Allenwood continues to experience cool weather in March. Snow, even late in the month, is still a possibility, with snowfall averaging just over 7 inches for the full month.
On race day (Mar. 24), the average low is 31ºF and the average high is 51ºF.
- 2016 Mile Run Trail Race Results
- 2015 Mile Run Trail Race Results
- 2014 Mile Run Trail Race Results
- 2013 Mile Run Trail Race Results
- 2012 Mile Run Trail Race Results
- $50 for the half marathon
To reserve your spot in the 2018 running of Allenwood’s Mile Run Trail Race, register online at RunSignUp.com here.
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