A Southeastern classic that is held on the Mullens Cove Loop Trail in Prentice Cooper State Forest and boasts magnificent bluff views of the Tennessee River and cascading streams lined with rhododendron and towering hemlock. In 2015, Trail Runner Magazine designated this race as a “bucket list” race.
A new and exciting course that will include the trail systems within the Lookout Mountain Conservancy and the Chattanooga Nature Center—two non-profit partners of Rock/Creek. This event is destined to become a Chattanooga classic!
This is the third annual 5 mile run/walk that celebrates the lives and families of the five soldiers that lost their lives during the terror attack in 2015. This fantastic event draws over 1,500 people. The Start/Finish of the event is held at Rock/Creek’s new paddle and bike rental facility at the Hubert Fry Center within Chattanooga’s Riverpark.
October 6 and 7, 2018
Perhaps the premier 50k trail races in the Southeast--The Stump Jump 50k takes place on the lush single-track trails of Signal Mountain and Walden Ridge. With views of the Tennessee River Gorge, these sandstone-strewn trails offer some of the most spectacular scenery in the Cumberland Plateau region.
The 10 mile course will utilize the Edwards Point to Mushroom Rock loop of the 50k race. The race will be held on the Sunday morning following Stump Jump 50k on Saturday.
The Stone Fort Stomp is a 4.2 cross country-style race that is held during the Stone Fort Bouldering Competition (Triple Crown Series). Participants will run the entire loop of the cart path of the Montlake Golf Club golf course. This is a challenging run, with both steep hills and fast flat and downhill sections. With an all-day bouldering competition, two disc golf tournaments, food, beer, and live music, it will be a family friendly, festival atmosphere.
November 30/December 2, 2018
An ultra-classic test across incredibly beautiful terrain; the Chattanooga 100/50 is destined to be a legendary event. A very special partnership of public, private and non-profit land managers makes this spectacular event possible.
This relay follows the same incredible course as the Chattanooga 100......only in teams.