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Two Lakes Trail Run 2013 Seventh Annual

Race Details
 
Events:

Two Lakes Trail Run

Off Road
: Run 7.5 Miles
Race Date: Saturday, October 12, 2013
Start Time: 11:00 AM
Location: Montgomery Bell State Park, 4 Mile Creek Campground
Address: 1020 Jackson Hill Road
City/State/Zip: Burns, Tennessee 37029
Country: USA
Registration:
Race Website:
Course Information:


Course Map
Course Map 

Start and finish at the ballpark pavilion in Four Mile Creek Campground. At the end of campground take the Blue trail, turning right up slope then down towards the Visitors Center. Cross Jackson Hill Road to pick up the White trail with a sharp right turn going uphill into a stand of pines followed by 33 stairs up a steep hill. At 1.2 Mi turn left downhill to the valley of Creech Hollow Lake dam. Orange and White now mark the trail. Follow a steep downhill with a babbling brook to your left. At 1.3 Mi make a sharp left hairpin turn. At mile 2.5 another split. Turn right and continue to the second Jackson Hill Road crossing at 2.7 Mi to reach the highest point. At the trail split to the Woodland shelter bear right down the hill. At 3.2 Mi, cross the bridge and follow the stream. Another bridge and the trail drops down to Lake Woodhaven. Mile 4 is a point looking north across Lake Woodhaven. At 4.2 Mi go uphill, then down and up to Hall Springs Shelter. Run in front the shelter, where you enter the wide fire road. At 4.5 Mi another stream crossing. Continue uphill on fire road to Hall Cemetery. After crossing Hall Cemetery Road and aid station, the trail is eroded and becomes narrow. At the top of the rise (5 Mi) dogwoods and cedars line the trail. Continue downhill on a poor trail. Cross the stream bridge, then up to a rise past covered bench with a gazebo effect. Follow a long gentle downhill with shiny black slag rocks used in the road construction. At 5.8 Mi the trail briefly hits the stream then back up the hill. It is now single track next to trees. At 6 Mi the trail is a rocky old road/stream bed area with an elevated forest floor ribbon of trail. Creek on the left, then the trail slopes down. Turn left downhill to bridge. Red and White mark the trail. At 6.2 Mi go left on field with log cabin to your right toward sign, then uphill. This starts the Ore Pit trail with the toughest hill of the course. At 6.3 Mi another split go right and at the top of the hill another split, turn hard right at the edge of a deep ore pit. Another covered rest area with a trail split at 6.9 Mi. The trail goes left and downhill following Blue and White marks. Cross the bridge and veer right through the trees and back on campground roads half a mile to the finish line.

 

Course History

Inaugural race was October 13, 2007. The course was designed by Billy Bilbrey and John Spencer, the latter serving as race director. It is the only true trail run on the Running Tour.

 

Course Records male    female

2007    Jesse McGuire, Crofton KY 51 52     Rebecca Snyder, Nashville   1 02 22

2008    Ted Towse, Nashville   50 53 Wendi Parker-Dial, Nashville    1 00 05

2009    David Hudson, White Bluff     51 56   Amy Warren, Nashville       59 09 CR

2010    Alex Moore, Nashville 49 27 CR    Ashley Evans, Jackson   1 01 37

2011    Blake Gallimore, Dresden  55 08   Stephanie Hatcher, Dickson     1 06 25

2012    Blake Gallimore, Dresden  54 29   Ashley Po
Other Info:
Pre-registration fee for each race is $20.00, which includes a long sleeve shirt with Tour Logo. Walkers are welcome to participate. The total number of participants in the last season was 4,167. We have a Grand Prix points system, where accumulated points determine the new male and female Running Tour Champion in each of six age categories: youth, open, masters, grandmasters, senior grandmasters, and seventy plus. Everyone who participates in 5 races or more will receive a special award at the Grand Prix Awards Banquet on March 1, 2014. In addition, those who run 10 or more races will receive an extra award.
Previous Results:


  • 2012 Results at: tennesseerunningtour.com (pdf file)
  • 2011 Results at: tennesseerunningtour.com (pdf file)
  • 2010 Results at: tennesseerunningtour.com (pdf file)
  • 2009 Results at: tennesseerunningtour.com (pdf file)
  • 2008 Results at: tennesseerunningtour.com (pdf file)
  • 2007 Results at: tennesseerunningtour.com (pdf file)


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