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Battle Born Trail Series: Fire Up For Firefighters Multi-Hour Event

Sunday, May 6

Bartley Ranch Regional Park

This is a unique, family-fun event!! YOU decide how long you would like to run or walk in the time allotted. Pick your time: 1 Hour/3 Hour/6 Hour/12 Hour and run for any distance. Challenge yourself to run as many miles as possible or take your time with breaks and enjoy the miles as you go. The loop course is a beautiful one mile, flat dirt trail that traverses through one of the oldest and scenic parks in Northern Nevada.  All proceeds from this event will stay local to benefit the families of our fallen firefighters and those injured in the line of duty via the Nevada Local Assistance State Team (LAST).  REGISTER TODAY AT https://www.desertskyadventures.com/battle-born-multi-hour

 

 

 

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