Hartley Park 10K
The Hartley Park 10K also runs on the fat bike trails through Hartley Park. Many of these trails have been used by trail runners for years in the winter. This is where many of us learned just how fun winter trail running on packed trails can be! Enjoy this quintessential trail run through the heart of Duluth in Hartley Park!
Duluth Winter Trailrunning Series
The Duluth Winter Trailrunning Series (DWTS) is a new series of fun, challenging and unique trail running races taking place primarily on the wonderful snowpacked fat bike trails in Duluth, MN. The trail running series will take advantage of the extensive system of packed multi-use fat bike trails that snake throughout the City of Duluth and provide incredible and unique opportunities for trail runners to explore the amazing topography and views of Duluth in the winter. Locals find the packed fat bike trails to be even more fun to run in the winter than when they're snow free!
Event's current local time: 9:28 AM CT
We've selected a few of the most fun, scenic and popular routes for winter trail runners. This years winter trail running series will start at Chester Park, move to Lester Park where we'll revive a winter classic, move to Hartley Park for a 10K on a quintessential route in the heart of Duluth and finish with a 4 Hour test of endurance at the Frozen 4 Hour on a fun and scenic course in Lester Park
December 2, 2023 - Chester Rim 5K
January 6, 2024 - Northwoods Winter Trail Marathon and 1/2 Marathon - "no shoe" and snowshoe divisions
January 20, 2024 - Hartley Park 10K - "no shoe" and snowshoe divisions
February 3, 2024 - Frozen 4 Hour - Lester Park
Pay for all FOUR RACES in the series and receive a discount on the last race in the series.
Join us this winter for this fun series of races on the amazing winter trails of Duluth! Can you finish the 4 races in the Series and become a Winter Trail Series Survivor? Special award to runners who finish all four races.
Two of the races will include snowshoe and "no shoe" (trail running) divisions.
This winter trail series will open up a whole new window of winter fun for runners not used to running on smooth, snowpacked trails. Join us this winter and become a Winter Trail Series Survivor! Be sure to dress warm!