Course and Event Description
The 24-Hour Adventure Trail Run is held within the Prince William Forest Park, located just outside historic Triangle, VA and Marine Corps Base, Quantico. Found 35 miles south of Washington D.C., this run offers a great opportunity to visit the Nations’ Capital and explore 15,000+ acres of Virginia’s National Park wilderness. 100% of the proceeds go to benefit the Semper Fi Fund and the Navy SEAL Foundation.
We rent out a Cabin Camp 5, the Start/Finish area. Lodging, parking, and food is available for all participants. A banquet/pre-race meal is included, along with a tech shirt, finishers awards, and the best aid station spread on the East Coast. The course is in a National Park of rolling hills, 6.25 mile loop (16 loops = 100 miles) with approximately 800+ feet of elevation gain/loss per lap. Each loop will begin at the Start/Finish for the 24-hour ATR. There will be a satellite aid station at approximately the half way point. There will be plenty of roots, rocks, mud, and dirt of the trail, but generally this is a technical single trail adventure trail run.
The Course has been designed and race formulate by Scott and Alex in such a fashion to allow the most experienced of trail runners and the newest trail runners to run side by side. There will be uphill sections; there will be down hill sections; there will be flat sections. Fun, challenging, dynamic, and adventurous. Don’t pass up this opportunity!