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Welcome to the Angeles National Forest Trail Race where you can experience some of the finest trails and canyons of the San Gabriel Mountains. Our course is incredibly scenic, yet strenuous and challenging. We feature fully stocked aid stations as you become part of these semi-wilderness surroundings. The final climb to the summit of Mt Wilson up the Kenyon Devore Trail will test each runner with terrain and surroundings that are truly unique to these canyons. Make this Summer special and come run the Angeles National Forest Trail Race.
ANF Trail Race Starts and Finishes at the Mt. Wilson Observatory on Saturday, July 10, 2021. Registration will Open on May 1, 2021, after final review of the Bobcat Wild-Fire Damage to the course and further review of Safety for all due to COVID19 concerns in Los Angeles County.
All 3 distances are majestic, challenging, and all within the San Gabriel Mountains of the Angeles National Forest. The 60K has 7400 feet, the 50K has 5700 feet, and the 25K has 3300 feet of elevation gain. Our USFS approved trail maintenance group maintains all the trails we use. We have race-shirts, aid-stations, finisher’s medals, awards, and a runner’s post-race meal. The final climb up Mt Wilson’s Kenyon Devore Trail tests each runner in a semi-wilderness. Have an Angeles National Forest adventure and come run the Angeles National Forest Trail Race.
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