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September 26 - Dynafit Boneyard Boogie 11K Trail Run

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Eagle | September 26, 2020 | 9 a.m. | Race Photos | 2017 Results | 2018 Results | 2019 Results

Date and Course are subject to change


Race Information

The Dynafit Boneyard Boogie completes the 2020 Vail Trail Running Series with an 11k scamper through pinyon groves and juniper shrubs.  The race course is 95% singletrack and 5% double track with an elevation gain of 1,448 feet reaching a maximum elevation of 7,650 feet. This is a point to point course.

Day-of registration for the Dynafit Boneyard Boogie will open from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. at Eagle Pool and Ice Rink. Pre-registered racers can pick up their bibs at the start, located at Eagle Valley Elementary School.

The race will begin at 9 a.m. The start will be at Eagle Valley Elementary School and the race will finish at the Eagle Pool and Ice Rink.

This race is proudly supported by the Town of Eagle and the Marketing and Events Advisory Committee.

All racers will receive a tech t-shirt, while supplies and styles last.

 

Pre-Race Bib Pick Up & Registration

EagleOutsideLogoWebRacers can pick up their race numbers or register ahead of time on Friday, September 25 from 3-6pm at a location TBD

$35 pre-registration.  $40 week-of race registration.  $47 day-of registration.

All or part of this operation is conducted on Public Lands under special permit from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management

 

Parking

We encourage everyone to park at the Eagle Pool and Ice Rink and take a warm-up run to the Eagle Valley Elementary School for the start of the race. Parking will also be available at Eagle Valley Elementary School near the start. There will be shuttle service provided by Best Western Plus for race participants from the pool to the trailhead. Please note there is a 1.6 mile distance between start and finish; coordinate accordingly. Parking for the after-party at The Dusty Boot will utilize public parking at Brush Creek Elementary School, roadside parking, and the two lots in downtown Eagle Ranch (behind Luigi's Pasta House). Please see the 'Directions from Finish to Start' map above for details.


After Party and Prizes

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Racers will enjoy a free salad and pasta lunch, raffle and awards ceremony at the Dusty Boot in Eagle Ranch following the race. The Dusty Boot Flip Flop outdoor tiki bar will also be open for racers during the ceremony. East West Resorts and the Eagle Ranch Fitness Center are paying out $200 to either the male and/or female racer that beat the course records that were established in 2015!

Lodging Partners

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Vail's Mountain Haus

Located in Vail Village, Vail's Mountain Haus is a proud sponsor of the La Sportiva Vail Mountain Trail Running Series. Runners will receive 20% off all room types. Click here for details.

 

 

A huge thanks to all of our amazing sponsors for the 2020 Vail Trail Running Series!

The VRD's Vail Trail Running Series is yours thanks to our title sponsor Dynafit and our presenting series sponsors, Bloch and Chapleau and Anthem Blue Cross and Shield and our individual race sponsors Summit Ford, TIGA Advertising, Vail Valley Charitable Fund, Town of Minturn, Vail Health, Elevated Dental, Eagle Valley Behavioral Health and Vail's Mountain Haus. Partners also include Vail Resorts, Beaver Creek Resort Company, The Steadman Clinic, Steadman Philippon Research Institute, Central Rockies Mortgage, First Bank, Northside Coffee and Kitchen, Vail Mountain Coffee and Tea, Skratch Labs, Renewal By Andersen, Vail Honeywagon, Honey Bunchies, Vita Coco, KZYR 97.7, Optic Nerve, Garmin, Lululemon, Orange Mud and Town of Eagle.

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Trail Running Series Recognized by American Trail Running Association

VRD's Vail Trail Running Series was recently named by the American Trail Running Association as Race Standards Certified for exceeding measurements in safety, well-marked courses, timely results and awards, environmental responsibility and excellent communication with racers prior to the event.