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Saturday Training: December 29, 2012: 2nd Holiday Trail Run or ?

Aloha Athletes,

I hope you all enjoyed a wonderful Christmas with family and friends. If you are looking for a way to burn off a few extra calories, head to the 2nd Holiday Run, the new informal trail runs. 

Aiea Loop Trail, 4.4 miles.
We will be starting at 7:30AM for an informal timed run on this great loop.
Expect the trail to be a little bit muddy in sections, and for years there has been a few trees across the trail, and you can either get over, or go under, there are cut-outs to place your feet = this means you can't just race full speed through it.
We will be going clockwise - so the first part will have some roots, while the last 300m. will be the asphalt road back up to the starting point (a nice steep hill).
We will have refreshments, and would like to get an estimate of how many will be running, so sign up at: 

This will also ease the sign-up procedure, as you will just have to sign-in. Suggested donation is $10.
Come out on the trail and burn some of the Holiday food off while having fun!
Directions to the park:
Follow H-1 to Moanalua Highway (Route 78). Take the ‘Aiea cutoff to the third traffic light, make a right turn at ‘Aiea Heights Drive and follow it about 3 miles up to the end of the road. Continue on the on-way park road to the trailhead.

If you have other training plans and would like some company, feel free to post in the Comments below.

Aloha, Bob


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Joe Miller

I have committed to pacing a runner. Thanks for the interest from others and best of luck to all!


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