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Q…Do I need a team to do the Walk-A-Thon?
A… Nope. This event is not team-based.
Q…Can my young child participate?
A… ABSOLUTELY! In fact, we would love it, and designed the course so that it is easy grade, not too long, and made for kids and whole families in mind.
Q…I signed up for the Running With Ed relay race. Can you count my participation toward my school for the Ragnar $5,000 Challenge Grant?
A… Yes! This year, the Running with Ed racers get 4 points, and Walk-A-Thon walkers get 1 point towards the school of their choice.
Q…What do I get for participating in the Walk-A-Thon?
A… You’ll get a meal at the end of the walk, a racing bib and a participation medal. Plus, you’ll be arriving in time for the Finish Party with kids activities, a beer garden (for the 21+ crowd) and live music, which is all included in the price of the Walk-A-Thon.
Q…How long is the walk?
A… The entire walk-A-Thon is a 1.8-mile loop from the Field House to the Swaner Barn and back, along Swaner Nature Preserve.
Q…When does the Walk-A-Thon start?
A… Participants should check in to get their racing bibs from 12:30 – 1:15PM; the walk starts at 1:30PM.
Q…Will the Walk-A-Thon be postponed if it snows?
A… Heck no! The relay race and walk-a-thon will take place in sun, rain, cold or snow!
Q…Do I have to pay if I want to escort my child around the course?
A… No. The trail system is still open for regular use. You will not, however, be counted toward the school’s goal if you do not register and pay.
Q…Can I bring my dog?
A…Please, for everyone’s safety, leave your pooch at home.
The 4th annual Running with Ed (RWE) relay is May 18th, 2013. This 38-mile, 10 leg race traverses spectacular Park City, and gets you home in time to see the kids soccer game or catch a movie. The course offers everything from trail to pavement, challenging climbs to fast downhills, easy legs for beginners and tough ones for experts. Winding past Olympic venues, iconic landmarks, City Park, neighborhood schools, and historic Main Street, this is Park City’s best!