Event Date: April 10th, 2021

2021 Eagleton Trail Challenge, April 10th 2021

The Eagleton Trail Challenge – A Historic Race Through The PA WILDS!

10KM | 25KM RUCK /RUN | 50KM

Registration provided by

PARTICIPANT INFORMATION

CLICK HERE FOR RACE INFO PACKET

Start times:

  • The 50k starts at 8:00am
  • The 25k RUCK starts at 9:00am 
  • The 25k RUN starts at 10:00am 
  • The 10k starts at 11:00am

2021 EVENT PARTNERS

Clinton County Visitors Bureau
Dr. Doug's Miracle Balms
Hammer Nutrition
Falcon Race Timing
Brigandi, Gleghorn & Haffley Insurance
PA DCNR

Race Options

Choose from a 10km, 25km, or 5okm challenge.  All distances follow a loop course and share the same first/last 5km.

Start/Finish: Sons of Italy Campground

44 Sons Road, Lock Haven PA CLICK TO VIEW MAP

GPS Address: 44 SONS ROAD, MILL HALL, PA 

Event capped at 250 participants.

Registration closes March 21st

click here to view proposed route map

10KM COURSE

25KM COURSE

50KM COURSE

Interactive Maps Provided by Trails Collective

Conceived in 2018, and launched in February, 2020, the Trails Collective provides regional coverage of trail events and updates, volunteer opportunities, links to entities forming the Collective such as coaches and shops, gear reviews, an event calendar with mapping integration, communication message boards, and multiple video channels celebrating all of the above.

Dr. Doug's Miracle Balms

Thank you to Dr. Doug’s Miracle Balms for supporting the Eagleton Trail Challenge!

Dr. Doug originally designed his balms for athletes. His goal was to create a product that could prevent chafing, blisters, and also heal while on the go.

(Pictured) Participants will receive a versatile, super comfortable, moisture-wicking Hoo-Rag bandana, along with a convenient, on-the-go container of the original miracle balm. 

100% Organic.  Developed by a Neurologist, tested and approved by a Dermatologist.

Use this everywhere, no-matter-what-problem, it is your “Go-To Balm.”  Dubbed Miracle Balm for its quick-relief, healing and long-lasting qualities.  It is non-greasy, so you won’t slip and slide in your foot-wear, nor will it daub or stain linens or clothing.

It’s your very day and on-the-go moisturizer (baby, kids and adults) for entire body, eczema, protects and heal feet, cuticle moisture, eye makeup remover, smooth ends of dry hair. 

Check out the full collection!

OFFICIAL NUTRITION SPONSOR

We are very excited to announce that Hammer Nutrition will be the official nutrition sponsor for the 2021 Eagleton Trail Challenge!


Fuel Right, Feel Great! ®

 

Participants will have access to pouches of Hammer Gel, Endurolytes Fizz, and HEED!

Want to learn more? Check out the Hammer Nutrition Fueling Guide!

Online Registration provided by

Event Timing provided by

Local History

The Eagleton Mine Camp Trail

This trail is named for the mining village of Eagleton that existed in the area from about 1845 to 1870.  Eagleton Coal and Iron Company, under the supervision of George Armstrong, built the village to house miners working in the Eagleton bituminous coal fields.  During this time period, several mining villages existed in the Tangascootac watershed, some of which were funded by the royal family of Spain.  Eagleton was distinguished among the villages by its railroad.  The Eagleton Railroad climbed from the Tangascootac Valley to the village on the plateau top.  It made the climb on a series of switchbacks that were known as the “Seven Switches”.  A section of the Eagleton Mine Camp Trail follows this old railroad grade.

Eagleton was also distinguished as the site of the first labor strike in Central Pennsylvania’s bituminous coal fields.  In 1865, approximately 200 workers revolted against unfair wages.  Sheriff John Smith of Lock Haven arrived with twenty riflemen and defused the situation in a few days.

Another historical point of interest connected with this area is that site of one of Prince Farrington’s stills.  Farrington was a legendary Prohibition-Era bootlegger in Clinton and Lycoming Counties.  He continued bootlegging after Prohibition was repealed to avoid paying taxes.  In April of 1925, federal and state Treasury Agents and PA liquor Control Board agents raided his still and arrested Farrington.

Information provided by Forest District 10, Sproul State Forest, Renovo, PA