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Saturday, October 12th
Start anytime between 7:00am - 11:00am

Short Course: 3.1 miles
Mid Course: 5.0 miles
Long Course: 10.0 miles


OCTOBER 12, 2024

S58 W35820 County Rd ZZ
Dousman, WI 53118

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The race starts and finishes at the Scuppernong Trailhead
All three loops begin and end at the trailhead.

GPS Race Address:
S58 W35820 County Rd ZZ, Dousman, WI 53118

There's ample parking available at the Scuppernong trailhead We do ask that you please carpool with your friends if possible to save space. After turning into the park, our race area and the trailhead can be found by taking your first left. 


The event is held inside the Kettle Moraine State Forest. Therefore, all vehicles entering the park must either have an annual WI State Park sticker or purchase a day pass and display on the front windshield. If you are purchasing a day pass at the park, please plan to have cash or check. Please visit the WI DNR Website to purchase a pass or for more information. 


We will race rain or shine. There's no bad weather, just bad clothing choices. Please make sure you are prepared for the day. Throughout the series, you'll encounter cold temperatures, hot days, rain, wind and all the other variables Mother Nature loves to throw at you! Please note:  we do reserve the right to cancel in the event of severe weather, adverse trail conditions or at the request of WI DNR or local officials. 

Recommended Gear
Trail shoes are highly recommended for these races. With the exception of Oleson Cabin and Blue Springs, the trails are not highly technical. Although, that's not to say won't find rocks, roots and other hazards on course. We also recommend some sort of handheld hydration system be it a full pack or single handheld bottle. We DO NOT have cups at our aid stations so please come prepared to fill your bottle. 

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Scupp Course
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You may choose from a short, mid or long distance course at the race. All distances are loops and begin / end at the main trailhead where you park. 

Courses are well marked with colored flags and arrows in more questionable sections. This trail system brings you mostly through wooded forrest and gives you an opportunity to lay down a fast time. The first mile of the route is hilly, but if you can push through you'll be rewarded with a chance to lay down the hammer to the finish. 

Short Course - 3.0 Miles  |  red flags
Mid Course - 5.0 Miles  |  green flags
Long Course - 10.0 Miles  | blue flags


Short Course - red loop + overlook to S9, follow green loop in
Mid Course - one green loops + overlook
Long Course - two green loops + overlook both times


aid is located at the trailhead (long course only)
- water 
- tailwind
- sweet & salty snacks

Whatcha Get



1. Online race results

2. Free photos at all races.

3. Hand assembled wooden finishers medals.

4. Post race snacks.

5. Live music at select races.

6. Free locally brewed craft beer

7. Incredibly organized trail race.

8. Option for adding on Series T-shirt.

9. Well marked trails & aid stations.

1. Online race results
2. 2024 Golden Kettle Specialized Water Bottle

3. Free professional photos at all races.

4. Seven hand assembled wooden finishers medals.

5. Option for adding on Series T-shirt.

6. Post race snacks

7. Live music at select races

8. Free locally brewed craft beer.

9. Seven incredibly organized and run trail races.

10. Exclusive runner coupons from series partners.

11. Well marked trails & aid stations.


A final schedule of events will be emailed to you 7 - 14 days before the event.

7:00am - Packet Pickup opens at the trailhead
7:00am - 11:00am - Course is open, start anytime
8:00am - O
ptional "group start" at the trailhead
8:30am - Band starts playing (at select races)
11:00am - Packet pickup closes / start line closes
12:00pm - Timing closes (must be off course)


We're excited to have live music at this years event. We're finalizing details but can guarantee a set by local artists. 

We will make an announcement online and post band details here ASAP. 

Bathrooms / Trash
Portable restrooms will be available for you inside at the trailhead. We will also have a trash and recycle bin near the check in tent. Please respect the park and make sure all your trash is sorted and disposed of correctly. 

Craft Beer
Each participant 21 years or older has one free craft beer included in their registration. 
Hubbleton Brewing Co.
local craft beer

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We come alongside individuals, providing educational support and treatment options. Please don't think our mission is limited to just people who run. This is much bigger than that. Running is not the focus; but rather the people we can impact. Our focus is to bring light to the real struggles and challenges that are associated with mental health.


Every person who runs has the opportunity to earn series points. By placing in the top 10 in your gender and course distance, you automatically earn points. The person with the most points at the end of the series, wins! 

The variables for calculating points are gender and distance. Below are the final categories for 2022. 
Male - long course
Female - long course
Male - mid course
Female - mid course
Male - short course
Female - short course

1st - 20 points  |  2nd - 18 points  |  3rd - 17 points  |. 4th - 16 points  |  5th - 15 points
6th - 14 points  |  7th - 13 points  |  8th - 12 points  |  9th - 11 points  |  10th - 10 points

Top three overall winners in each category earn a prize at the end of the series.


We're so lucky to have a bounty of beautiful trail networks in our backyard. We are committed to keeping these trails clean and accessible for future use. We understand the impact events have on trail  systems, the parks and the communities around them and take extra measure to ensure the impact from any of our events are minimal. Below are some things you can expect to find at the event.

Recycling Cans. Please make sure things like gels and other nutrition wrappers make their way into the recycle bins.

Cupless Event. All our events are cup-less. This means we will not have paper cups at any aid station or water fill up stations. Each runner is responsible to bring his or her own reusable cup and reusable /hydration bottle. 

Carpooling. We recommend carpooling with friends or with your team on race day. Not only does it save in gas and emissions, but also makes the day more fun and enjoyable. Traveling with friends is always better than traveling alone. 

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