TRED's 6-Hour Trail Run will be held at the Historic Jackson Hill in downtown Rome, GA. Hotels/restaurants and coffee within minutes of course. Categories will include solo, 2-person and 3-person and 6-person teams including male, female and co-ed divisions. Course is a challenging single track 2.5 mile loop. All racers will be chip timed and live reports and standings scrolling throughout the race. All proceeds re-invested into Rome/Floyd County's trail network supported by TRED.
The Jackson Hill Challenge is a six hour solo and team race set in downtown Rome GA. Jackson Hill’s network of trails will provide a challenging 2.54 mile loop of single track and groomed trails with roughly 300 ft of elevation gain per loop. Solo runners and teams of two and three will attempt to complete as many loops as possible in the 6 hours. The start and finish line at the Rome Civic Center will have the only aid station for runners and will be the exchange zone for the teams.
- Lunch will not be provided.
- Participants will have access to the feed zone to stock personal food items SEPARATELY from general nutrition provided by race promotions.
- The aid station will be accessible for runners only! Relay runners NOT ON COURSE need to bring any additional food they would like during the course of the day and reserve neutral feed items for runners on course.
- Runners are not required to run with hydration packs or water bottles, but are encouraged to do so.
TRED Rome/Floyd Inc. is a direct result of the local grassroots lobbying effort within the private and corporate sectors. TRED is Northwest Georgia’s only advocacy group dedicated to the development and expansion of trails and is keenly aware of the economic and health benefits that quality trail systems provide to communities. TRED will continue to invest the necessary time, energy, and resources toward the betterment of these vital assets on a long-term basis.
TRED is a non-profit 501c3 organization and all donations are tax deductible.