Experience the beauty of Spring in North Texas as you run through the beautiful Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area. Get away from the streets and onto the trail in our & 5 & 10 mile trail runs.
|Race Day (April 25)
|Online Registration closes at midnight on 4/23/15
Onsite registration for all races will be available on race day. Register online now at GetMeRegistered.com
Semi Cup-Free Aid Stations
We are very excited to work towards being a cup-free racing event! In an effort to reduce our environmental impact (garbage creation, volunteer garbage pickup, etc), the aid stations will have a limited amount of cups. Please do your part and bring your own water bottle or hydration system. Visit your local RunOn! store for handheld or waist pack hydration systems.
Tuesday, 4/21 - Thursday, 4/23 from 10 AM - 7 PM
Run On! Dallas-Mockingbird,
5400 E Mockingbird Ln. #114
Run On! Richardson,
1465 West Campbell Road
Run On! Coppell,
680 N. Denton Tap Rd #100
Run On! Flower Mound, 2701 Cross Timbers Rd., Suite 260
One Ale of a Trail
5M/10M Trail Run
Saturday, April 25, 2015
Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area
201 E.Jones Street,
5M Course Map
Sorry, but dogs are not permitted in the park
Results & Photos
Look here for results & photos.
Professional Photos by Glover Sports Photography
2014 Candid Photos
Schedule of Events
7:30 am Registration Opens
8:30 am 5M & 10M Trail Runs Begins (3 hour time limit)
9:30 am Awards
1st-3rd Overall Male & Female
1st Overall Masters Male & Female
Top 3 Male & Female finishers in the following age groups: 9 and under, 10-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75 & over
What You Get
Each person who registers will receive a One Ale of a Trail race shirt.
Tucked into the folds of the soft rolling hills of north central Texas, situated beneath the Lewisville Dam, the Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area (LLELA) occupies a unique ecological position in the landscape of North America. It is here where the northwestern-most extent of the bottomland forests stretch fingers into the southern end of the tallgrass prairie of the Midwest; where the Elm Fork of the Trinity River winds its way out of the sandy uplands of the dry Cross Timbers into the deep, rich soils of the Blackland prairies; where agricultural lands intergrade with ranching and a rapidly growing urban expanse.
The mandate of the LLELA consortium is to develop the area for the preservation and restoration of native habitat and biodiversity, to provide environmental education, and support environmental research. To learn more, visit the LLELA Website
For questions contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org