Race #2 - Nimbus Flat State Park
Sunday, November 1, 2009
Short Course - 4.8 mi
Long Course - 10 mi
- Long Course
9:15am - Short Course
Register on-line by 11:59pm on
Friday, October 30, 2009 (no online payment
Add $5 for race day registration
(runners and walkers welcome)
(17 and under) -
(17 and under) -
- Each registered runner will receive one shirt during the
Series. Shirts are a short-sleeved technical/moisture
wicking shirt with the FLWTS
logo design print.
deliciousness from Rubios Fresh Mexican Grill, fruit, beverages,
raffle prizes, recognition and more!
Race Day Registration and Check-in:
Opens Sunday, November 1, 2009 @
This is a great course if you are just venturing into trail
racing because it is probably the flattest trail run you'll find and not very
technical. Although the trail is considered a
single-track, it is wide enough on most of the course for
Both short and long courses are on scenic, fun single-track trails
that parallel the south side of Lake Natoma along the full length of the
course. The 4 mile course
turns around at Willow Creek Recreation Area. The
10 mile course
continue on toward Folsom where it loops around behind Lake Natoma Inn, near Rainbow Bridge. This is a fairly flat
and fast out and back course.
Aid Station Detail
Turnaround - Willow Creek #1
Nimbus Flat State Park
Entrance to Nimbus Flat State Park is located off Hazel Avenue, just
North of Hwy 50. Free alternate parking - Sacramento State Aquatic
Center or the Hazel Fish Hatchery. The current construction on
Hazel Avenue will not obstruct entering and leaving the park.
If you park in the
Nimbus Flat State Park, there is a $10 park entrance fee per vehicle charge or you may
purchase an annual California State Parks Poppy Pass park for $90 (a
* See information about an annual Poppy Pass below.
Remember that this fee is your donation to improving our state
parks, including the trails we run on.
* Annual Poppy Pass
are located within the California State Parks. If you do not
have one, I highly recommend purchasing a Poppy Pass for
$90/year (from date of purchase).
California State Parks Pass info This
pass is valid at 97 parks in the State of California where an
entry fee is collected. You can usually purchase your park
pass at most park pay stations,
state park office,
including the Gold Fields District Office, 7806 Folsom-Auburn
Rd, Folsom and the
Auburn Recreation Area office on Hwy 49 about 1/2 mile
into the canyon from Auburn.
Folsom Lake SRA