Falmouth Five and Dime Trail Races


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Falmouth Community Park,

19 Winn Road Falmouth, ME

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Choose either the 5 or 10 mile trail running race to benefit the Falmouth Land Trust to help preserve open space in Falmouth and ensure public access to our amazing network of trails, totaling nearly 50 miles.

10 Miler starts at 8:30 AM
5 Miler starts at 9:00 AM

Race day registration opens at 7:30 AM

Check-in at the big field on the right just before the first parking lot, look for the tents

The race course navigates the rolling pastoral and wooded landscape of Falmouth’s Community Park, Town Forest and Hadlock Forest trails. The race begins on wide trails along the perimeter of fields before weaving in and out of the woods on a variety of trails from smooth and flat to twisting, rooty and rocky. The 5 mile race turns back at 2.5 miles to complete the loop while the 10 miler crosses Winn Road to continue to Hadlock Forest before returning.
 Falmouth Land Trust’s mission is to:

  • Permanently protect field, forest, shoreline, and wildlife lands;
  • Maintain the historical character and natural beauty of Falmouth;
  • Educate its citizens regarding the values of donation, stewardship, and enjoyment of protected lands.

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Rules of the Race

  • No Litering: Please do not drop any trash on the trails. If you take a cup from the aid station please leave it where a volunteer can easily find it to pick it up.
  • Share the Trails. This is a community park that receives a lot of use from walkers, dogs and bicycles. We do not have exclusive use of the trails so please be considerate towards other users.
  • No Headphones/Ear Buds. All runners must be able to hear course volunteers, other runners and other users of the park.
  • Stay on Course. Do not cut corners or go off trail. If you find that you have inadvertently gone off course please backtrack to where you went wrong, don’t just look for a shortcut back on course.
  • Race numbers must be worn on the front and be visible at all time, and be accessible by a volunteer at the finish line.

Failure to abide by these rules will result in disqualification.

For more information contact Jeff Walker 207.233.7583 walker@maine.edu

In conjunction with Trail Monster Running