TPK Run the Jewels

18 May 2024
Stanhope, usa
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trail race
60 KM
1 day
100 Runners
Difficulty:    Beginner
ENTRY FEE:    95 usd

We have designed the routes to include the most challenging sections that the Allamuchy State Park has to offer. Plus a few gems within the Scout property that you normal wouldn’t get to run on.

Everyone will start on the same route but after that you get to choose what order you complete the rest in. We will not tell you which route you are doing first until race day. We will have a map posted at basecamp showing all the routes. This way you will have an idea of where each route will take you.

We will be bringing back 3 previous routes and adding 2 new routes for 2024. Expect each route to be between 6-9 miles, 37-ish total miles and +7200ft of elevation gain.

Racers will check in and out at the Camp Wheeler start/finish area after each route and before heading back out on the course.

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