The Long Creek 60k/30k explores all 9 trails of First Landing State Park. The race runs through maritime forests, cypress swamps, salt marsh, and bay shoreline. The trail runs along the beach of Broad Bay in some areas. The run offers spectacular views of the water and the surrounding habitats.
The course begins/finishes at the boat ramp side of the Narrows. The trails include Long Creek, White Hill Lake, Cape Henry, Kingfisher, Fox Run, High Dune, Bald Cypress, Osmanthus, and Osprey Trails. 60k consists of 2 loops of the course while the 30k is 1 loop. 1 loop is fun, 2 is a challenge. Are you up for the challenge? All finishers under the time limit will receive a custom finisher award. 60k has a 10 hour time limit, 30k a 6 hour limit.
There will be 4 aid stations on the course. The intersections of Long Creek/64th St., Cape Henry/King Fischer, and Cape Henry/Bald Cypress (1 going into Osmanthus, 1 coming out of Osmanthus). Aid stations will have Tailwind, water, soda, gels, and various foods. Foods provided may include pb&j sandwiches, chips, bananas, pizza, bacon, potatoes, cheese quesadillas etc. This is a cupless race. A custom 200ml collapsible SpeedCup is provided to each entrant.
Entire 1 loop course. Great for training in preparation for the 60k. Course begins at the Narrows, crosses over to Long Creek and zig zags through First Landing State Park utilizing all 9 trails.
Entire 2 loop course. Beginning at the Narrows, the course crosses over to Long Creek trail and then utilizes all 9 trails. Helps to upload to your Garmin device for race day.
This loop starts at the Narrows crossing over to Long Creek and returning on Osprey back to finish on the Narrows.
This loop starts at the Narrows and crosses over to Long Creek until utilizing Fox Run, to reach the Bald Cypress/High Dune/Osmanthus/Bald Cypress loop. Finally returning on Fox Run, Long Creek, and Osprey to reach the finish on the Narrows.
Entire 50k course. 2 loop course starting and finishing at the Narrows.
Starts at the Narrows taking the Cape Henry trail to White Hill Lake, Long Creek to King Fisher to Cape Henry. Take Bald Cypress to the Osmanthus loop and return on Cape Henry, King Fisher, White Hill Lake, Cape Henry, finishing on the Narrows.