Join us for the ninth annual Ales for Trails 5K, benefitting the nonprofit East Coast Greenway Alliance. Registration opens July 15.
This community 5K will start and finish at the award-winning Fullsteam Brewery, just north of downtown Durham. The course will wind through Old North Durham to Duke Park and along the Ellerbe Creek Trail – a segment of the 3,000-mile East Coast Greenway route, stretching from Maine to Florida. The course map can be found here.
Runners will be rewarded with a custom Ales for Trails pint glass filled with Fullsteam ale and will be entered to win prizes and gift certificates from several local businesses. Youth "half-pint" runners will receive an 8-ounce silicon cup - and can refuel with chocolate milk. Top finishers will receive custom awards.
The top overall male and female finishers will receive a unique, custom award. The second- and third-place overall male and female finishers, and the top three masters males and masters females finishers also will be recognized with a special award.
A team prize will be awarded to the LARGEST finishing team.
- $30 from July 14 to Sept. 14
- $35 from Sept. 15 to race day
Online registration closes Oct. 11 at 11:59 p.m. ET.
In-store registration will be available (if not sold out) at packet pick-up on Saturday, Oct. 12 from 2-4 p.m. ET at Bull City Running Company (202 West N.C. Highway 54 #109, Durham, NC 27713). Race-day registration (if not sold out) will be available at Fullsteam Brewery from 12:30-1:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, Oct. 13.
For more information visit greenway.org/alesfortrails.
This race is proudly presented by the nonprofit East Coast Greenway Alliance and sponsored by Bull City Running Company.
ABOUT THE EAST COAST GREENWAY ALLIANCE:
Based in Durham, North Carolina, the nonprofit East Coast Greenway Alliance leads the development of a walking and biking route stretching 3,000 miles from Maine to Florida. The East Coast Greenway is designed to transform the 15 states and 450 communities it connects through active and healthy lifestyles, sustainable transportation, community engagement, climate resilience, active tourism, and more. Learn more: greenway.org.