Race Details:

Black Fly in My Eye - 10 mile or 3 mile Run and Relay

Immerse yourself in extraordinary views of the Great Gulf Wilderness at the base of Mount Washington while you make your way through the beautiful trails at the Glen in a race that's 100% New Hampshire. 

10 mile course: Tackle single track, muddy bogs, carriage roads, and a river crossing in this course made up of three loops run in sequential order. Challenge yourself to run it as an individual, or run with a team of three (each to run one loop) 10am mass start. 


Loop 1: the North Loop is winding and rolling carriage roads with some forest single track 
Loop 2: the Aqueduct Loop is the most rugged of the loops. This loop has a rocky trail surface with stream crossings and boggy sections, a real test for your water proof running shoes!
Loop 3: the West Loop consists of carriage roads, single track and a river crossing.


3 mile course: Run the first loop of the longer course to experience the ups and downs, twists and turns and single track in a bite-sized distance! For trail running novices and experienced runners alike. 10am mass start.


All registrants recieve:

- post-event barbecue with live entertainment
- one beer ticket
- entry into the raffle with hundreds of dollars in prizes

Online registration closes Wednesday, June 8th, 2022 at 5:00pm EST.

Coming with your family, friends, or colleagues? Be sure to purchase extra BBQ tickets in advance, as quantities will be very limited on race day!

Amenities available at Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center:


  Cafe
  Dining Area
  Showers ($1.25 for 5 mins)
  Locker 
  Outfitters Shop


VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:
If you are here with a participant, why not volunteer?  Our volunteers receive free lunch on event day and a voucher to come back to Great Glen Trails another time!  If you are interested in volunteering, contact Lisa McCoy via email at [email protected] or via phone at (603) 466-3988, extension 147.

Cancellation Policy: "Black Fly in My Eye," can and will be cancelled for safe or unsafe weather conditions.  This decision would likely not be made until race day morning.

Refund Policy: Refunds will not be issued for "Black Fly in My Eye," unless the event is cancelled for severe or unsafe weather, in which case a 50% refund of the registration fee will be distributed to registered participants.

The Mt. Washington Summit Road Co. dba Great Glen Trails reserves the right to modify the Black Fly In My Eye course to accommodate weather or course conditions.  No refunds will be given if the race is held in a modified form. Registrants are required to acknowledge having read this cancellation policy before registering for the Black Fly In My Eye Trail Run & Relay.

Comments

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ErinDoyleReM (Apr 17, 2022 at 4:26)
The date for this race is actually June 4th
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ErinDoyleReM (Apr 17, 2022 at 4:25)
This race is actually in Gorham New Hampshire not Maine
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