- October 4, 2014
7:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Race Date: Saturday, October 4, 2014
Race Location: Conestee Park, Greenville, South Carolina
Start Time: 7:30 AM
(Race Day Twilight 7:02 AM, Sunrise 7:27 AM)
Entry Fee: $75.00
After Sunday, September 7, 2014, the race fee will be $90.00 (Jackets guaranteed only to entries on or before 9/7/14).
Last day to enter will be Friday, September 26, 2014, no race day entries.
Race Course: This is an urban ultra run, (meaning lots of pavement – some easy trails). You will run approximately 5 miles of groomed trails in Conestee Park, 4 miles on paved roads and about 22 miles on the paved Swamp Rabbit Trail. There are rolling hills in the first 4 miles and the last 4 miles. Course may change within Conestee Park to accommodate finish line. All sections on GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail will remain the same.
This is an out an back course and there will be 6 aid stations – 3 aid stations going out and the same 3 on the return.
ALL RUNNERS ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO CARRY AT LEAST ONE WATER BOTTLE, PREFERABLY TWO, OR A HYDRATION PACK.
Awards: Awards for top three female runners and the top three male runners. Course will remain open until 2:30pm.
Swamp Rabbit Urban Ultra Race Philosophy:Swamp Rabbit Urban Ultra is the ideal first ultra race. Most ultra runs are on technical trails, involve running at night, perhaps getting lost, maybe falling down a few times and usually require that you travel a fair distance to participate.The Swamp Rabbit Urban Ultra removes all of those issues, but will still test you past anything you have ever done in a regular marathon.This race, the race distance, 50 Km / 31 miles.
We will do our best to get you to the finish line – but ultimately, like any race, regardless of the distance, you are responsible for your own well-being.
Run hard, but run smart.
Venue: Lake Conestee Nature Park
840 Mauldin Rd, Greenville SC 29607
Lake Conestee Nature Park consists of approximately 400 acres of beautiful natural habitat on the Reedy River just 6 miles south of downtown Greenville, South Carolina. The park contains both hardwood and evergreen forest, extensive wetlands, 3 miles of the Reedy River, and a rich diversity of wildlife habitat. Deer, raccoon, beaver, fox, river otter, and various small mammals inhabit the park, along with numerous species of reptiles and amphibians. Over 170 bird species have been reported by the Greenville County Bird Club. The park has been designated as an Important Bird Area of Global Significance by the National Audubon Society.