The course consists of a six mile loop with a one mile out and back to the finish. The trails meander through the Richfield Heritage Preserve, consisting of camp roads, bridle trail, and a portion of the Buckeye Trail.
Crowell Hilaka once had been farmed by the pioneer Oviatt family and then became the estate of inventor Jim Kirby. Remnants of Kirby's inventions can be found throughout the property. In 1937 the propery was sold to the girl scouts, where it remained a camp until it was sold to the residents of Richfield in 2015.
The start/finish line is at Amity House, about 1/2 mile walk from the parking lot. There will be a main aid station there and a water drop out on the course. Please prepare to have a handheld water bottle with you! We will start at 8:00 am on October 17.