Welcome to the first ever "Donut Trail Behind". Our first IN PERSON race of 2020. Chip timed, donut, neck gaiter, medal and shirt included with registration
The course is a beautiful scenic trail located in Lake Hopatcong. A recent project by the Town of Jefferson and the LH Foundation, the trail has been blazed to offer wide space for frolicking through the woods. Your first mile will bring you on challenging rollers, but don't worry, the lake and a bridge will meet you as you go to the island which features some more soft, dirt, single track. You will exit the island heading to the woods before returning back to the main trail.
Event: Donut Trail Behind 5K Run/Hike
Registration: Price increases to $40.00 after November 8, 2020 at 11:59pm EST
Trail Shoes Encouraged, but not required. No strollers and keep the pets home.
Donut Trail Behind 5K will bring you to the beauty of the trails. Wide, blazed trails will challenge you! Part of the Jefferson Township trail system, our race will bring you to Historic Liffy Island. As you pass the wooden bridge and visit the former Boy Scout campground, you will enjoy the fall weather with picturesque views of Lake Hopatcong.
Registration includes: Medal, T-shirt, face gaiter, and a Donut.
Packet Pick Up: Outdoors @ Tru Nature Yoga 11/14 Time: TBD
- Online Registration
Limited day of pick up from 8:30-9:15
Start Time: 9:30- Waves of Runners in groups of 20 set 6 feet apart.
Parking is limited on location. Carpooling is strongly encouraged. Please do not park in front of people's homes or block driveways. Park @ Little Nikkis, on N Beach Street (Next to Bridge Marina)
Please practice social distancing,
Use hand sanitizer that will be made readily available
Wear a mask when social distancing isn't achievable.
This race is BYO-W. Please bring your own water on the course if you need it.
Stay home if you are not feeling well
Temperature Checks for Staff and Volunteers.
$5 from each entry is donated to the Jefferson Diversity Committee to help them with their mission of preparing teachers and students to combat bullying in the Jefferson School systems.
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