Trail Runs Series

What happens at a Trail Run Series event?

Trail Runs in our Trail Run Series are group runs organized to bring together those in the running community who may be interested in exploring our local trails! Often at these events, we have a brand representative come along from one of our shoe companies that offer trail running shoes in their line. These runs are a GREAT opportunity to try out a pair of trail running shoes before you purchase!

Who can come to a trail run in our Trail Run Series?

Anyone interested in gathering with other individuals who enjoy walking and running…on TRAILS!

What happens at a trail run in the Trail Run Series?

A run or walk of  3 to 6 miles* on a trail, the opportunity to test out trail running shoes, and camaraderie! We had Saucony join us at most of our 2016 events, as well as Balega and Altra.

When and where do these organized trail runs happen?

Trail runs in our Trail Run Series happen once each month, May through September. We explore trails from Green Bay all the way down to Fond du Lac.  All runs start at 6:00pm. We encourage you to come a few minutes early if you want to be fit for a pair of trail running shoes to try on the run!

How much does it cost to attend a trail run in this series?

This is a FREE event to attend! There is an admission cost into High Cliff State Park.

Where can I find more information on individual trail run events? 

Events will be posted on our Facebook event page as individual events approach!


An RSVP is appreciated, but not required. Let us know you are coming on the Facebook event, or by e-mailing us.


Please Contact Us!

2018 Trail Run Series To Be Determined

* Distances may vary depending on location

**There is an admission fee for High Cliff State Park

All dates and locations are subject to change.

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