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Come join us for a fun trail run/walk in beautiful Bridle Trails State Park mostly on the wide, scenic Coyote Trail! 100% of all entry fees go directly to the Bridle Trails Park Foundation. The run is part of a larger event, called Party in the Park, that takes place immediately after the run and runs until lunchtime.
The Bridle Trails Park Foundation is a non-profit, 501c3 established in 2002 to protect, preserve, maintain, and enhance Bridle Trails State Park. With a rich equestrian history, the park is a unique and rare public venue where, in an urban neighborhood, both horses and people connect with each other and nature. With approximately 1 square mile of 2nd growth forrest, it is a unique urban forrest. Located at the intersection of Bellevue, Kirkland and Redmond, the 482-acre park boasts 28 miles of trails shared by runners, walkers and equestrians. Come check it out!
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION: ENDS 5/11/19
Youth (14 & Under): $10
REGULAR REGISTRATION & GUARANTEED T-SHIRT DEADLINE: ENDS 6/8/2019
Youth (14 & Under): $20
LATE REGISTRATION: ENDS AT 8:30AM ON RACE DAY
Adult: $40 (t-shirt guarantee until 6/8/19)
Youth (14 & Under): $25 (t-shirt guarantee until 6/8/19)
PACKET PICK UP & EVENT DAY REGISTRATION: OPEN AT 7:30AM
5K COYOTE CHALLENGE IS JUST THE BEGINNING OF THE PARTY
This is a professionally timed race with all the bells and whistles. Results will be available shortly after the race. The course is on dirt trails throughout the park. There are a few hills and some uneven ground with some tree roots but mostly it is a wonderful trail for running. No dogs or bicycles will be allowed on the course. While child jog strollers are allowed, please keep in mind that you will be running or walking on narrow, natural dirt trails. To be considerate of others, please start in the back of the pack if you plan on bringing a stroller.
1K FAMILY ADVENTURE TRAIL
10:00AM – 12 NOON: After your breakfast, kid crafts, face painting and pony rides, grab your family and friends for a short hike on one of our 28 miles of trails, The Raven trail. Participants who complete the interpretive hike will be entered into one of three $100 REI gift card drawings. Winners will be notified via email.
8:30 AM – 11:30 AM: Our famous ‘baked on the griddle’ pancake breakfast with coffee or juice for just $5.00.
9:30 AM - 12:30 PM: Pony rides, face painters, balloon animals, hula hoop fun, Karelian bear dog, donkey dash, kid crafts, a petting zoo and more.
10:00 AM - 12:30 PM: Equestrian entertainment featuring the Ellensburg Rodeo Royal Court, Seattle Knights (jousting and stage combat), Driving Mini Drill Team, Mounted Archery Team, Freestyle Dressage, and more. Final schedule and participants TBA.
PARKING & FREE SHUTTLE
Due to the increased attendance and need for horse trailer parking, there will be limited parking in the main lot. It will be restricted to disabled parking for those displaying a state-issued handicapped placard and event-support vehicles only. Attendees will need to park at the Central Park Tennis Club (5820 125th Lane NE, Kirkland WA 98033). The entrance to the Central Park Tennis Club parking lot is across the street from Ben Franklin Elementary School on NE 60th Street. There will be FREE shuttle service between the Central Park Tennis Club and the event. Since the park is only a few minutes from this parking lot, the shuttle will be making trips every 10 minutes from 7:30 am to 1:00 pm. Please consider using this FREE service!
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Additional race information can be found at http://bridletrails.org.