5K Coming to Cowans Gap April 10th

Cowans Gap 5k

Join the Friends of Cowans Gap for the sixth annual Cowans Gap 5K Run/Walk.  Entirely on Lakeside trail, the course will start and finish near the concession stand and loop twice around the lake.  Trail is all crushed stone, not a forest trail. The 5k will be held at 6235 Aughwick Road Fort Loudon, PA 17224 at 2PM on April 10, 2022. Again this year, youth 13 and under can enter with no entry fee.

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5K Registration

The deadline to register is April 9th, but if you miss the deadline, race day registration will open at 12:00 near the food concession stand. 

Registration fees are as follows: 

Children 13 and under no entry fee, but must register.  Shirt will cost $15 and must be ordered before March 10.

Adults $35.00 pre-registration fee with T-Shirt:  comfortable wicking fiber shirt for registration received before March 10, women’s and youth sizes available.  NOTE that “shirts run small.”  Sorry that shirts are becoming more expensive.

$20.00 pre-registration without T-Shirt received before April 9, online or by paper

$25.00 race-day registration, no shirt (a few shirts may be available for $15 more)

Participants can register by either visiting cowansgap.org or Cumberland Valley Race Series.

Awards

Awards to first male and female overall and first male and female masters (not eligible for age group awards).  Age group awards will be given 3 deep in the following categories: 13 and under, 14-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70+.  Overall and Masters awards for Walkers, although no separate age group awards for Walkers. 

All finishers will receive a unique 2022 handcrafted key fob.

The Friends Group

The Friends of Cowans Gap is a non-profit organization made up of dedicated volunteers and community members with a goal to enhance the Park.  All proceeds from this event will go directly back to the park for educational programming, facility upgrades and for the preservation of its natural resources. 

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