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Join us as we run through Angalls and Demens Canyons for Rancho Cucamonga's only 100% trail run. Set at the foot of the San Gabriel Mountains, the 5K trails are not technical (making it a good course for first-time trail runners) while the 10K features challenging climbs and areas of singletrack. Competitors will run over rocks and roots, cover multiple types of terrain, and go up (and down) some quad-burning hills. Each course provides breathtaking views of the Inland Empire, Pomona Valley, and San Gabriel Valley. No matter the distance, there's no better way to start the year than with a springtime challenge and time on the trail!
Why start the year with the Angalls & Demens 5K/10K Trail Run?
The Angalls & Demens 5K/10K Trail Run utilizes just a few of the awesome trails of Rancho Cucamonga, CA.
This trail race contains a good amount of physical challenge with elevation gains ranging from approximately 875 feet for 5K runners to over 2,200 feet for 10K runners. It is recommended that runners train for these elevation gains in the weeks leading up to the race.
Below you will find a course map for each distance and the corresponding elevation profile. Take a few moments to become familiar with your course so you are well prepared and informed. This allows you to get the most out of the experience, focus on having fun and enjoy an awesome trail race.
New to trail racing? Check out this article from Runner's World to help get you started
Friday, March 26: 5pm - 7pm
5546 Beryl St.
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91737
Race day packet pickup will be held at the starting line/check-in area, beginning at 6:00am and closing at 6:55am. Athletes MUST pick up their own race packet, no exceptions. Please allow plenty of time to pick up your race bib as the event starts promptly at 7:00 am.
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