where do we run?

Hone Quarry

This run winds through the George Washington National Forest, passes a mountain lake, and on through the woods on a dirt/ gravel road. Flat, uphill, rolling, this run provides a variety of terrain. It is an out and back run.

Bear Trap

This run is in the National Forest and has a rolling terrain on a dirt/gravel fire road. It is an out and back run.

Hone Quarry
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North River Gorge 

Mostly flat run along the North River. This is a trail run and also crosses the river. It is mostly shaded and has some great river views

North River Gorge
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Blue Hole

(camp purpose only)

This run is on a gravel road that finishes on an asphalt road. The run starts with a gradual uphill then down and finishes on the flat. It is in the National Forest and much of it is shaded. Point to point run.

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Reddish Knob

 The “challenge run” as it is all uphill but you can’t beat the view at the top. At about 4000 feet it is one of the taller mountains in the area. You run 5 miles, 4 miles or 3 miles and 2.5 downhill to the bus parking.

 

Why run it - because you can! #KillTheHill