7:AM start for 50K and 20 Mile , 8:00 AM For & 10 Mile
About This Event
This event will start and finish at the creek on Lighthouse Hill Ranch. A very beautiful ranch just north of Blanco which has never held a running event. This is a beautiful course starting and finishing on The Creek inside the property. “The Creek” is a 10′ deep in parts natural, spring fed swimming hole with beautiful rock formations around it. It also has a huge hot tub and waterfall. The 10 and 20 Miler will start at the creek and run 1 loop for the 10 mile, 2 loops for the 20 mile, and 3 loops for the 50K. There will be 2 water stops on each loop. This is a hilly, rocky, very scenic trail run. The distances and trail are designed to give runners traiing for ultras, marathons or 1/2 marathons a nice change of pace while still getting a great workout. Post race BBQ, refreshments, and beer included.
- 10 Miler- $50 through 8-20, $60 through 9-6, $70 after that and $80 on
- 20 Miler- $55 through 8-20, $65 through 9-6, $75 after that and $80 on
- 50K- $65 through 8-20, $75 through 9-6, $85 after that and $90 on race
Retired and Active Police, Fire, EMS, Military Discount
$5 Discount to all active and retired. Spouses and dependents included. Available via mail in only, please include ID and present ID at packet pickup.
What you get for the $$
All runners get a tech shirt in men and women’s cut, post race BBQ cooked on site, well supported, well marked course, well stocked water stops. Age group awards in 10 yr increments.
Packet Pick Up
Race day packet pickup will be at the event start / finish from 6:30 AM- 7:45AM.
We will give to first overall Male, Female and Master in all events and age groups 19 and under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, and 60 and up.
Lighthouse Hill Ranch is situated in the beautiful Texas Hill Country on over 1,630 acres. With this much land it is your own private park to enjoy. We have 3 remodeled houses available as vacation rentals and have currently finished a new one. The awesome Lighthouse. The ranch consists of rolling hills, incredible 50 mile views, and has one of the highest points in Blanco County. In addition to horses and cattle (including some Longhorns), there’s also an abundance of wildlife on the ranch, including bass, catfish, bluegill, turkey, dove, cranes, deer, coyotes, armadillos, jackrabbits, and wild pigs. The ranch has numerous springs, a 6-8 acre clear water lake system along almost 4,000 feet of rock bottomed creek, 8 ponds, several waterfalls, and over 20 miles of trails. Activities include fishing, swimming, tubing, canoeing, riding ATVs, bike riding, hiking, and riding your own horse. Go to this link for more lodging information. http://www.lighthousehillranch.com/vacationrentals.htm
Lodging is available at the ranch. Please go to http://www.lighthousehillranch.com/.