Check out what’s new – http://mountainjunkies.net/site/gallop-for-the-greenways/
The wazUPwidis event takes a lot to get off ground. If you can help, please go to our volunteer link and sign up to be on the course http://signup.com/go/fShVwbn
It’s getting real! RNUTS X is almost upon us. Here is the Frozen Toe 10k entrant list http://mountainjunkies.net/Frozen_Toe…/Frozen_Toe_PreReg.htm
Check it out and let me know if you see anything that needs updating – email@example.com
There may be a change or two prior to the event but this is who made it in.
See you this Saturday January 6th.
The race is FULL! To get on the waitlist go to https://runsignup.com/Race/VA/Salem/RoanokeNonUltraTrailSeries Although we don’t anticipate opening up any more spots we’ll contact you if we are able to get you into the race.
Join us on Saturday December 16th for the third Mountain Junkies holiday cookie run. What could be more fun than running trails and then eating cookies?
Cookies you say?
It’s a simple format with one basic rule. You have to bring homemade cookies to participate.
- We meet at 8:30a.m. at the Hollins University Dining Hall.
- At 9:00a.m. we run the Tinker Creek Greenway to Carvins Cove boat docks and back to Hollins (approximately 7 miles total).
- You don’t have to run the whole way.
- Regardless of speed, I’d suggest everyone turnaround at 30 minutes and head back.
- Please contact Gina at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know if you plan to attend. We’d like know how many calories we need to burn that week so we can try all the cookies.
Hollins University Map
On the map, the Dining Hall is #22. The Moody Center and we’ll be meeting at the Rathskeller.
Once back we enjoy cookies, coffee, tea, cocoa, and oh yeah, socializing with other mountain junkies.
So let’s end the year in the company of friends; sweaty, caffeinated and over sugared.
Check out the schedule and get signed up for the RNUTS X. The 10th year is sure to be a good one.
Seems like this info has slowly made it around the community of trail users looping around Chestnut Ridge.
The area was once mined for iron ore. Once you consider this, the trail on the west side of the parkway spur starts to take on a different look.
As I find info on it I’ll try to post it here or to the Frozen Toe page. But John Carlin did a good write up here – http://johncarlinsvirginia.blogspot.com/2011/11/of-giant-holes-and-iron-mines.html