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ABOUT THE 2017 TRAIL RUNNER MAGAZINE PA TROPHY SERIES

The RB Winter Trail Challenge (Dam Half) is one of the venues involved in Trail Runner magazine's PENNSYLVANIA TROPHY SERIES of trail events! The 2017 PA Trail Runner Trophy Series will give runners a chance to win great prizes like never before! The series is expanding to seven (7) races throughout the year with a brand new scoring system and prizes going three deep in all age categories. The new format allows participants to battle it out all the way until the end of the season. At the conclusion of the final event, we will ultimately crown an overall male and overall female champion along with the top three from each age category.

TROPHY SERIES RACES The following races will make up the 2017 PA Trail Runner Trophy Series

Mile Run Trail Challenge Half Marathon (Saturday, April 1)
Hyner View Trail Challenge 25k*** (Saturday, April 22)
Greenwood Furnace Trail Challenge (Sunday, May 7)
Chief Wetona Half Marathon*** (Sunday, May 21)
Rothrock Trail Challenge (Saturday, June 4)
Prowl The Sproul (Saturday, July 23)
Dam Half (Sunday, September 18)

***Please note the following races will NOT be scored in the Trophy Series***
*** Hyner 50k --- Chief Wetona 7-Miler ***

More details HERE

 

ABOUT THE DAM HALF

The Dam Half is a challenging trail ˝ marathon staged in the forests of central Pennsylvania. We hope that both runners and hikers will continue to enjoy the 13-mile course that takes contestants over single & double track trails with some portions of fire roads.  The contestants will be subjected to rocks, mud,

downed trees, stumps, roots, woodland creatures and small stream crossings.  Competitors will scale challenging ascents with scenic vistas before the final downhill to the finish line!
 
 

 

 
 
 
 

 

 
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2017 Dam Half
Sunday, September 17th

   



 
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