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Clubs and Trifecta



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We like to encourage our runners to get out and enjoy the area where we hold our races, so we designate certain challenging and iconic activities to be a part of our official club hikes and trifecta.

The Antelope Club

uppercanyonThe Antelope Club is one of our official club hikes. Any runners that take the challenge and complete the hike within 72 hours of running the race will be given 50% off registration for next year’s race! All you have to do is take a picture of yourself in Antelope Canyon which includes:

1) A clear view of your face

2) Your bib with bib numbers clearly visible

3) Your finisher medal in plain view

We hope you take advantage of this opportunity to see this beautiful canyon and also get 50% off next year’s registration! ***You must book a tour to visit the canyon. Please prepare accordingly if you wish to join the club. You can book a tour of the canyon here.

SEE WHO JOINED THE 2014 ANTELOPE CLUB
SEE WHO JOINED THE 2015 ANTELOPE CLUB





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The Rainbow Club

The Rainbow Club is our original official club hike! If you’re up for the boat ride and the hike, you’ll just need to take a picture of yourself at the bridge which includes:

1) A clear view of your face

2) Your bib with bib numbers clearly visible

3) Your finisher medal in plain view

and you’ll be immortalized on our website and get 50% off next year’s race.

Rainbow bridge is either a long boat ride and a short hike, or a few hour hike depending on the route you choose. Either way, we hope you get out there and see this beautiful national monument!

SEE WHO JOINED THE 2014 RAINBOW CLUB
SEE WHO JOINED THE 2015 RAINBOW CLUB










The Lake Powell Trifecta

trifectaThe Lake Powell Trifecta is comprised of 3 different activities. You must complete all 3 in order to complete the Trifecta. Same rules apply: take your picture at each of the 3 with your bib and finisher medal and send them to us 72 hours after finishing the race. Those who complete the Trifecta will receive 20% OFF next year’s race entry!

SEE WHO COMPLETED THE 2014 LAKE POWELL TRIFECTA
SEE WHO COMPLETED THE 2015 LAKE POWELL TRIFECTA

The Trifecta is meant to be challenging, but less strenuous. These are iconic activities inside or around the park that should be experienced, but are doable with children. The three activities that makeup the Trifecta are:

1374190_232268956927668_751407037_n1) Horseshoe Bend – Horseshoe Bend is a breathtaking overlook at the Colorado River flowing from Lake Powell towards the Grand Canyon. It is a short drive outside of Page (just over 4 miles south) and just a 3/4 mile hike to the overlook! It is such a great thing to see. Seriously, if you come all the way to Lake Powell and don’t go see it, it would be a real waste.









water2) Swim in the lake – this one is simple. Jump in the lake. Just go for a swim! Go cool off! The water is still warm this time of year, so go enjoy it. Remember, your bib and finisher medal need to be visible in the picture! Don’t worry, the bibs are water proof. 🙂











6252011-Glen-Canyon-Dam3) Visit The Dam – Take a dam picture. We recommend the dam tour, but even if you don’t take the tour you should go visit the dam! This picture needs to be of you on the dam.