Seminole State Forest - Run for the Woods: Half Marathon
ElevationAscent: 171' 52 m
Descent: -172' -53 m
High: 60' 18 m
Low: 10' 3 m
GradeAvg Grade: 0% (0°)
Max Grade: 2% (1°)
Current trail conditions
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“5K, 12K (7.14 miles) and half marathon trail race through some of central Florida's most beautiful and pristine forests.”— Georgeann Venis
Featured Race - Feb 3, 2019
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All FAQs can be seen at:runforthewoods.org
Packet pick-up at:
FRONT RUNNING SPORTS
1061 S. SUN DRIVE, UNIT 1097
LAKE MARY, 32746
Phone: 407- 322-1211
Pick up dates: Thursday January 31,2019 Friday February 1, 2019
10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The 5K, 12K, and half-marathon courses utilize part of the Florida National Scenic Trail and the Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail. Participants receive medals and t-shirts, and top finishers will be awarded arts and crafts donated by Central FL artisans.
Non-participants can enjoy nature walks, fishing, photography, Smokey the Bear, and interactive activities at the Bear Pond Trailhead. Some primitive campsites are available with reservations. Register atrunforthewoods.org
Since 1990, Seminole State Forest has been managed by the Florida Forest Service, with the goal of protecting and maintaining the forest's native biological diversity while integrating public use of the resources. Multiple-use management promotes recreation, timber, wildlife, endangered species, environmental education and many other values that benefit Florida's citizens and visitors.