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The Munsing Visitors Bureau provides the Grand Island Trail Marathon with key advertising & marketing support. The US Forest Service manages all recreational activities on Grand Island. They... Read more...
Awards Philosophy We seek out exceptional U.P. artists to craft our awards. This is done not only to honor their profession and its critical place in our culture, but also to contribute more substantially... Read more...
See the description of the 25K course, but start where is reads “The 8K races starts here.” Please note that due to a required reroute, the 8K course ends up being about 9.5K. More trail, more... Read more...
The 2008 awards for the Tahqua Trail Run were large ceramic bowls crafted by artist Thomas Baugnet of Munising, Michigan. Baugnet’s studio, Open Wings Pottery is located in downtown Munising, Michigan.... Read more...
A beautiful out and back course along the historic Emerson Trail. Trail travels through black spruce and wetlands similar to Canadian Boreal forests. Read more...
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The event will take place on June 19, 2010 near Florence, Wisconsin. Start
time for the marathon is 7:00 am. Registration is now open. The rugged highlands and
lush forests of northern Florence County, Wisconsin will be the site of GLEʼs newest trail
running event. The Keyes Peak Ski Lodge, four miles southwest of Florence on Hwy
101 will serves as the host venue. The start and finish of all events will take place at the
rustic log lodge. “Florence County is home to an extensive, mostly undiscovered,
network of trails and dirt forest roads that will make up both the marathon and 10K
course. The terrain is wild, rugged, and remarkably beautiful,” notes race director Jeff
Crumbaugh. He is working with GLE veteran Ryan Jacobson, Florence County
Forestry & Parks administrator Patrick Smith, and Nathan Ruble of the Wild Rivers
Interpretive Center in developing the race. The marathon is one undulating loop and
includes highly diverse terrain. Marathoners will receive a custom technical race shirt
by Mountain Hardware. Overall winners will win Montrail trail running shoes. Custom
hardwood medallions will be awarded to all marathon finishers. Packet pick up, a pasta
dinner, and small gear expo will take place on Friday, June 18 from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. at
the Encore on Center Ballroom in downtown Florence. More race information is
available on this website. REGISTER NOW.