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The Tangle - 30K

The second race in the 2018 Rogue Trail Series, The TANGLE returns to beautiful Flat Creek Ranch, adjacent to Pedernales Falls State Park on Sunday, April 29.

Men's and Women's trail shirts are a fitted cut, so size up if you want a looser fit.

Please note that Flat Creek Ranch charges a $10 per person entry fee that applies to runners and spectators. The fee for the RUNNER ONLY is included in the race entry fee. FEES FOR SPECTATORS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE RACE ENTRY FEE.

Date: April 29, 2018
$70.00 until March 30, 2018
$80.00 until April 14, 2018
$90.00 until April 28, 2018
$90.00 on race day
CUP-FREE RACING

In an effort to minimize trash on the trails, Rogue Trail Series is a CUP-FREE Series. Runners will be responsible for carrying their own refillable hand-held bottle or hydration system. Paper cups will be available at a minimum, however you will be required to throw your cup away before leaving the aid station to reinforce our “leave no trace” approach.

Race Information

THE TANGLE – Sunday, April 29

30K start: 7:00am 10K start: 7:30am

Packet Pickup: Saturday, April 28 from 10am to 5pm at Rogue Running Downtown (410 Pressler)

6am Race Day @ race site.

How to get to Flat Creek Crossing Ranch: Estimated Drive Time: 1 Hour Take 290 West out of Austin, through Oak Hills, Drippings Springs and then Henley.

Turn right on 3232 — this turn is very easy to find: It is just over a mile past the small town of Henley and is marked by a sign pointing the way to Pedernales Falls State Park.

Stay on 3232 until it “T’s” into FM 2766 (almost at the park entrance – FM 2766 becomes County Road 201 at this point).

Turn RIGHT (a left will take you to Johnson City) and go past the park entrance – DO NOT go in the park gate.

Continue a little over 2 MILES down County Road 201 (you’ll notice that even though you did not go through the park gate, you are still traveling through the park). You will pass an electrical power transfer station on your left at about 1 mile – at 2 miles you will cross a cattle guard and notice the ranch’s white wooden fence on your left.

Continue a few hundred yards over a slight hill.

Take a left at the ranch entrance: You’ll see a sign that says “FLAT CREEK CROSSING.”