There's a Black Fly in My Eye
10 Mile Trail Race & Relay
Saturday, June 9, 2018
Immerse yourself in the extraordinary views of the Great Gulf Wilderness while you tackle single track, muddy bogs, carriage roads, and a river crossing in this trail running race that's 100%, New Hampshire.
Now in its 10th year, the 10-mile course at the base of Mount Washington is made up of three loops; run in sequential order. Each loop has its own unique character. Fun for experienced trail runners and the novice, teams or individuals, the Black Fly run and relay is New Hampshire’s premiere trail running race. Registration includes a post-event barbecue, awards ceremony, and prizes!
REGISTRATION: Race as an individual, team of 2 or team of 3. Entry fee includes post-race BBQ for race participants. All are encouraged to bring their own seating for the awards/BBQ.
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
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COURSE INFO: Now in its 10th year, the 10-mile course at the base of Mount Washington is made up of three loops; run in sequential order. Each loop has its own unique character:
- Loop 1; the North Loop is mostly winding and rolling carriage roads with spectacular scenery.
- Loop 2; the Aqueduct Loop is the most rugged and has a rocky trail surface with stream crossings and boggy sections.
- Loop 3; the West Loop features an amazing mixture of carriage roads and single-track with an exciting river crossing.
JOIN OUR STRAVA CLUB: Great Glen Trail Runners Club
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Anyone interested in helping out with the race, should contact our Events Director at 603.466.3988 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Volunteers will receive a ticket to the BBQ and a trail pass.
THE 2017 RACE VIDEO
THANKS TO OUR RACE SPONSORS!