Saturday 10th March 2018
Irvine Regional Park: 1 Irvine Park Road, Orange, United States
The original Into the Wild OC Trail Run takes place in two of the most beautiful parks in Orange County. This race will offer the right distance and difficulty level for you. Irvine Regional Park, Orange County's oldest park, will offer runners a less technical course beneath canopies of oaks and sycamore trees. Runners will then head out onto the natural California flora lined trails. The 21k will challenge the best of us when runners enter the interconnecting trail system of Santiago Oaks Regional Park. Santiago Oaks will treat runners to an assortment of wide and rocky, to single-track trails with steep climbs and descents. The 30k will continue on the Anaheim Weir loop then hook back into the 21k course. Both parks are intersected by Santiago Creek and share acres of natural charm, an abundance of wildlife, and mountain vistas. We take pride in giving you the best bang for your buck. Shirts, Medals, Post-race refreshments, overall and age group awards, and a raffle!
Into the Wild OC Trail Runs
150 S. Canyon Crest Drive, Anaheim