Frost Town Trail Fest
EVENT DATE: Jun 02, 2018
Register for the Frost Town Trail Fest and be a part of Team Nature! Celebrate the vast recreational opportunities and beauty of the Bristol Hills and Honeoye Lake region with a challenging 25K or 10K trail run. The routes of the Frost Town Trail Fest will traverse the RMSC Cumming Nature Center and lands newly acquired by The Nature Conservancy.
When you run through these forests, you are running through an ecosystem that keeps Honeoye Lake clean and healthy for people and nature. The Nature Conservancy is currently working alongside local groups to restore and reconnect forests and wetlands in this beautiful region to provide habitat for wildlife, prevent pollutants from entering the lake, and help with flood control.
You can enjoy this exciting new race and raise money for The Nature Conservancy. Join The Nature Conservancy’s TEAM NATURE to show your love of the Finger Lakes’ lands, waters and wildlife!
Participants of either distance also gain free entry to the Cumming Nature Center Brew Fest happening near the start/finish of the race and will receive a TEAM NATURE running shirt.
Individual Online Registration: Employees, family members and friends can register for the race online at Ironwood Adventure Works. Not interested in running? You can still show your support by being a virtual member of Team Nature and helping to raise critical funds for conservation!
We encourage each Team Nature participant to raise at least $120 for the Nature Conservancy (that’s just 6 friends giving you $20 each or 12 friends supporting you at $10 each!). What could we do with $120?
• $120 contributes to our efforts to fight toxic blue green algae and improve water quality in the Finger Lakes.
• $120 purchases 200 seedlings to plant along the newly restored Honeoye Inlet.
• $120 purchases supplies for a volunteer work day.
*NOTE: Joining Team Nature through CROWDRISE does NOT register you for the Frost Town Trail Fest. You must register for the race online at Ironwood Adventure Works. Thank you for helping to preserve the lands and waters on which all life depends!
Photo credits: ©Ian Shive, ©Mat Levine, ©Michael D-L Jordan