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The Chickamauga Fall Classic will include an 8K, 24K, and 50K distances through the dense yet scenic forests of Booker T. Washington State Park, located in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
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The Chickamauga Fall Classic is a scenic trail run held at the Book T. Washington State Park in the hills of Chattanooga TN. Featuring over 3000 feet of elevation gain for the 5OK event, the race follows a 8K looped course. This race brings a memorable atmosphere, beautiful views and fun on the trails.
- Surface: Dirt single-track trail.
- Course: Booker T. Washington Trail
- Elevation: Lots of ups and downs climbing 500ft every 8K loop.
- Location: Booker T Washington State Park
- Weather: Average 60-75 degrees beginning of October weather.
- 5801 Champion Rd, Chattanooga, TN 37416
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Locations and Times
The start and finish are located at the Booker T. Washington State Park.
(5801 Champion Rd, Chattanooga, TN 37416)
Click here for the pin to the exact start and finish location.
Saturday - 7:00AM to 8:00AM at near Start and Finish.
Participants will receive their Bib and Race T-Shirt at packet pickup.
8K, 24K, & 50K Runners - Start time 8:30 AM
6:00 PM - Race Cutoff
50K Runners - Six loops
Runners will run a total of 50 kilometers. The elevation gain is over 3000ft of climbing with over 3000ft in descending. Aid station will be available at the end of each loop.
24K Runners - Three loops
Runners will run a total of 24 kilometers. The elevation gain is over 1500ft of climbing with over 1500ft in descending. Aid station will be available at the end of each loop.
8K Runners - One loop
Runners will run a total of 8 kilometers. The elevation gain is over 500ft of climbing with over 500ft in descending. Aid station will be available at the end of each loop.
Each runner will receive a Chickamauga Fall Classic shirt, a truly memorable trail experience, and an overall good time with new people and new stories to share. Following your finish, you will receive a medal for the distance that you completed. Each distance will have a top male and a top female award. This year we are making the DFL award addition........ in other words, "Dead Freakin' Last".
Click here to view the Trail Map
We will use orange ties and signs to mark the course. Signs with arrows will be used to show which trail to run on and ties will be used to let you know you're on the right path.
There will be one main aid station.
Main Aid Station (Start/Finish Area)
The main aid station will be manned by a few volunteers and will have water, pickle juice, bananas, oranges, PB&Js, and other various salty, sweet, and savory snacks. We will have our first aid located at the main tent.
Booker T. Washington Campsite - click here
"Booker T. Washington State Park is named in honor of the famous leader, Booker Taliaferro Washington. Born into slavery and freed by the age of nine, Washington fought throughout his life to earn a higher education. Washington’s dedication earned him a scholarship to Hampton Normal Agriculture Institute for Freedman in Hampton, Va. He is best known for being the former president of the Tuskegee Institute, a black organization for higher education. Washington strongly believed that agriculture and vocational education were key to advancing a newly freed race to a better life and not the pursuit of civil rights." - https://tnstateparks.com/parks/booker-t-washington
Volunteer - click here
Event Contact - Asher@TexasOutlawRunning.com
The Pickle Juice Company will be sponsoring their Pickle Juice for the race. You will see their juice available at each aid station.
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