Boreas Trail Adventure

Boreas Trail Adventure

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 02/18/2018
10:30 am

Location
Bristol Woods Park (Pringle)

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Boreas, the Greek God of the North Wind and bringer of Cold Weather, can be a trickster and no one knows this better than those who run!

BUT, don’t let Boreas trick you into missing the second of two XCThrillogy’s Choose Your Own Trail Adventure, the Boreas Trail Adventure.

The challenging but fun trails of Bristol Woods are ideal to let Boreas know that he cannot stop you!  This 3 mile looped course will consist of single track trails, and wide groomed paths that lead you on an adventure through this 197 acre park!   The Choose Your Own Trail Adventure event allows the participant to decide their distance for the event based on fitness, goals, and Boreas.  Starting at 10:30, participants have three hours to run, walk, snowshoe, or romp through the three mile looped course as many times as they would like.

This event is part of the 2018 CaniCross Event Series.  If you are wondering what CaniCross is, you are not alone.  It is similar to mushing, but instead of pulling a sled, your dog is pulling you through the trails.  All that is required is a gang line, harness, and canicross belt. This event is a timed three mile loop. While it can be competitive, it also can be a fun way to test out both your and your dog’s fitness.  For more information about our Canicross Events, visit our CaniCross website, www.traildogrunners.com

After you are done, enjoy warm food and warmer company around a bonfire. Please BYO beverage or dessert to share!  Entertaining trail stories and some surprises will make this Choose Your Own Trail Adventure one that you will not forget!

This event is perfect for all fitness levels and is dog friendly for those not interested in participating in the CaniCross Event.

Kenosha Running Company will donate part of the proceeds of this event to the Pringle Nature Center to help them continue environmental education to the community at large.

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