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Spider Mountain Trail Race

Spider Mountain Trail Race

Races: (By Distance) 4 Mi, 8 Mi, 12 Mi, (By Time) 6 Hour, 9 Hour, 12 Hour/Relay
When: May 14-15, 2022
Start 7:00pm Saturday, End 7:00am Sunday
Where:
Spider Mountain Bike Park, Burnet, TXRace Director: Brad Quinn ([email protected]) Asst. Race Director: PJ Izaguirre ([email protected])

Join us in Burnet for a unique race at the amazing Spider Mountain Bike Park! This venue is home to Texas' first and only lift-served mountain bike park. Hone your climbing and downhill trail running skills, experiment with long distance and mountain running equipment, dial in your night time running technique and nutrition, train and develop mental toughness for ultra success! This race is a perfect way to get ready for Summer and Fall Tejas Trails events like The Texas Trail Running Festival, Capt’n Karl’s Trail Series and other long distance mountain events. Each person that runs gets to experience this extraordinary course & EVERYONE will get to ride the super cool Texas Eagle quad chairlift!

SOME ADVICE:

What I would pack... by Pam Harght

How do I Run 60k... at Night?! by Joe Prusaitis

Ultra Mindset by Julie Schmal

 

“YEAH! I THINK THIS IS AS CLOSE TO A MOUNTAIN RACE THAT WE WILL GET IN THE HILL COUNTRY! THANKS BRAD & TO ALL THE VOLUNTEERS!”

- JAMES WILLIAMS

“THANKS FOR PUTTING ON AN AWESOME RACE WITH SUCH A CHALLENGING COURSE! THIS WILL ALWAYS BE ONE OF MY FAVES! THANKS FOR GIVING US THE OPPORTUNITY TO RUN SPIDER MOUNTAIN! FOREVER GRATEFUL TO YOU & NYLA & THE REST OF THE TEJAS GANG!”

- TRACY ALMAZAN - 1ST PLACE 12M

“I WOULD LIKE TO SAY THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR PUTTING ON SUCH A FANTASTIC RACE SATURDAY NIGHT. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR ALL THE HARD WORK YOU PUT INTO YOUR RACES. FOR ANYONE THAT MISSED THE SPIDER MOUNTAIN RACE, YOU REALLY NEED TO TRY IT OUT NEXT YEAR, SUPER FUN TRAIL, IT REALLY IS PERFECT FOR ANYBODY GETTING READY FOR THEIR MOUNTAIN RACES & THEIR LONG DISTANCE RACE. THIS WAS GOOD PHYSICALLY & MENTALLY.”

- NANCY MARKS - 2ND PLACE 12HR

“SPIDER MOUNTAIN TRAIL RUN WAS A BLAST! THE ELEVATION WAS CHALLENGING BUT JUST RIGHT FOR BIG SUR TRAINING. THANKS TEJAS TRAILS FOR A FUN RACE, I FELT SAFE & CARE FOR THROUGHOUT. THE COYOTES HOWLING OFF IN THE DARK WOODS MADE FOR COOL AMBIANCE.”

- CARIE HAJEK - 2ND PLACE 12M

 

Race Day Results & Live Webcam

Click the button below on race day to see live results!

Race Schedule

MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY

Course Marking and Race Hub Setup: Sun up to sun down pretty much (yes, we always need help)

SATURDAY, EVENT DAY #1

  • Packet Pickup: Anytime during your 30 Minute Start Window, when you are ready to approach the start line to begin your race (don’t enter the Race Hub area any sooner than this)

  • Pre-Race Briefing: This year’s briefing will not take place

  • Start: Depending on what Start Window you sign up for. Start Windows will begin Saturday at 7:00pm

  • TBD: 12hr, Relay Start Windows

  • TBD: 9hr, 6hr, 4mi, 8mi, 12mi Start Windows

  • Youth Mile: Can be done at any time with a parent on Saturday (after 6pm), and will likely be .5 miles out and .5 miles back. Ask at Packet Pickup for details about the race course.

  • 8:00pm-12:00am: Live Music

  • 4:00pm - 12:00am: Food truck - Miss Vickie’s Kitchen (primary), Hey Diddle Diddle (secondary)

SUNDAY, EVENT DAY #2

  • Final Lap Cutoffs: Depending on your specific start window and approx start time, runners will be able to begin their final loop up to one hour prior to the end of their timed event. For example, if you and/or your team are running the 12hr race with a start window from 6pm-6:55pm and you start the race at 6:15pm, you will need to start your final lap no later than 5:15am. This does NOT give you an extra 45 minutes to run (ie 6:15pm - 7am = 12hrs 45 min). The runner and/or team is responsible for starting their last lap prior to the last hour of their timed event. Again, back to the aforementioned example, the runner and/or team would need to start their final lap no later than 5:15am. Your last lap will NOT be counted if you start within 59 minutes of your 6, 9, or 12hr timed event. So this means leaving the Start/Finish by cutoff time, not entering the race hub, not getting aid or resting by cutoff time…but stepping over the timing mat at or before your allotted cutoff time. Please be planning & make appropriate accommodations for your cutoff times. Runners will not be allowed to leave the race hub for another lap past 6am. No exceptions to this rule.

  • Aid Station Cutoff: Mountain Top Aid Station will close at 6:30am on Sunday

  • Course Closed: 7:00am on Sunday

  • Teardown: Sunday all day (yes, we always need help)

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Course Information

RACE By DISTANCE: 4 Mi, 8 Mi, 12 MI
Race By Time: 6 Hour, 9 Hour, 12 Hour/relay

ROUTE DETAILS:

This event will challenge even the best runners, getting you ready for a summer ultra, fall 100 K/miler or mountain event. The course consists of challenging climbs, steep descents and lots of fun banked turns. Runners will ascend and descend the mountain two times per loop.

This race has two unique “twists”. First, runners from the 6hr event will get to take the Texas Eagle quad chairlift one time during their race. Runners from the 9hr & 12hr events will be allowed to take the chairlift two times during their eventt. Second, runners will have a choice on their first mountain top ascent (of each loop) to take a single black diamond trail or a double black diamond trail. Easier & longer (.2m) vs harder & shorter (.2m). See Black Diamond Ascent section below for details.

The logistical question each runner will have to ask themselves…”Do I take the chairlift up the mountain and catch my breath? Or do I take the chairlift down the mountain and rest my weary quads?!” Either way, each timed runner will get to ride the amazing Texas Eagle quad chairlift and experience the Texas Hill Country and Lake Buchanan from a beautifully rare vantage point.

Then its simple, for timed events...whoever runs the most miles in the least amount of time...wins! Lets be honest though, anyone who toes the line, gets to be outside pushing themselves & hanging out with their tribe...wins every time.

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Course Markings

We go above and beyond on our course markings, and have become known around the world for it. We will have orange Tejas Trails caution tape blocking off any open intersections; yellow arrows stapled to stakes, signposts, fences, and trees; and hundreds of confidence markers between. You never have to navigate or use a map.

Course markings are not color-coded per distance. When you get to an intersection where a shorter distance breaks off from the longer main loop, there will be signs with distances on them pointing the appropriate ways. Simply follow the signs with your distance on them. If you don’t see your distance, you just missed your turn. Don’t ever cross caution tape. It usually is required that we keep the caution tape on the ground, but it’s always obvious, and will act as a guardrail for you at open intersections.

Also for any of our races that take place in dark hours, all our markings have high grade reflectors in them, so the course actually becomes even easier to follow in the dark!

Now of course, you can get off course… So if you’re new to trail running, you have to train your brain to keep looking up; and especially don’t trust the person in front of you. We have a special “Lemming Award” for those who blindly follow someone else off course and then get mad at us.

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Aid Stations

The aid stations for this event may be water and packaged snacks only…to a normal, full fare aid station, including ice, Tailwind, salt/savory snacks and fruit. This is all dependent on COVID restrictions and best practice at the time of the event. Friendly, helpful and selfless volunteers are a constant.
Remember, all Tejas Trails races are cupless. So don’t forget to bring your bottles and drinking devices!

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Dropbags

For all events, you are always allowed a Drop Bag / whatever you want at the start/finish area. Look for the Drop Bag feather flag as to where to drop it. If there is no signage, feel free to place it wherever you like. Please note, we do not offer security watch over your belongings, and therefore do not guarantee the safety of your items. Drop bags will be allowed only at the Start/Finish Aid Station.

Volunteering

We fully recognize we could not (and would not want to) put on any of these events without your help. Volunteers breathe life into these events. You make them personal for people. We no doubt need you and love this component to our business. So, know that we will always do everything we can afford to do to help you enjoy your time out there in the trenches helping those runners achieve their goals and dreams.

As a volunteer, you get:

  • Park entry fees and Camping fees paid for (if your role requires you to sleep at the park)

  • Food brought to you while you are volunteering

  • Shirt, hat, race swag, etc.

  • Loads of good memories

  • All the gear you need to successfully accomplish your task

  • Volunteer hours exchanged for future race entries

We can always use help, specifically for: course marking, packet pickup, aid stations, course sweeping, teardown, and more!

Swag & Stuff

Your race entry comes with a bunch of good stuff! You can expect awesome gear you’ll actually want to wear, and a truly unique medal you’ll be proud to have. You’ll get the comfort of our world-renowned course markings so you don’t have to worry about getting lost. You’ll get our notorious staff and volunteer support (and probably leave with new friends you met at an aid station or finish line)! We also typically have a food truck at the finish line serving a lot of various types of foods, including an accommodating menu of most food allergies and vegan options.

If you don’t like the item you received, you may swap your item on Sunday after the final PPU is over and we have ensured everyone got the item they signed up for. You can also purchase the other item(s) if you like all of them. This will all happen from the Tejas Trails merchandise tent.

New to this year, we will still give you your shirt or hat at Packet Pickup if you pickup the week before at the offsite location or on Friday evening at the Race Hub. But if you pickup on Race Morning, you will only get your timing chip and bib. Then when you cross the finish line, you will receive your buckle or medal and hat or shirt. If you DNF, don’t forget to get your swag.

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Timing, DNF & Race Logistics

Chip Timing 

All races will be chip timed. Chips will be attached to an ankle strap, picked up on Saturday evening (30 minutes prior to your Start Window) at the event venue (ie race hub) & must be worn on your ankle during the race. Wear your chip correctly to ensure the system can read it. 

Note: start time is reference to race start. The chip is only used for finish time.

DNF, Quitting, Not-Finishing, Leaving the Course, Stopping, Timing Out 

If you leave the race for any reason before completing the full race distance, you must TURN IN YOUR CHIP/strap. If we have your CHIP, then we know you have left the course & we won't go looking for you all day & night.

Split Time Collection 

Some races may have mid-point reads to help us track progress during the race. If you see a timing mat on the course, make sure you run over it.

Check-In 

All runners must check-in prior to starting (at the start line), by walking over the mat either before the race or at the start of the race. This alerts us to your presence.  Picking up your packet DOES NOT mean you started the race. The pre-race check-in (i.e. walking over the mat with your chip) &/or crossing the mat when the race starts will let us know you are out there on the course. This is very important for your safety & the safety of our volunteers/personnel, as local officials/venue administrations expects us to be keenly aware of this vital information

Relay Teams

Relay teams for 12hr event will consist of 2-4 people, mixed or same gender. Relay team members will be able to switch at Start/Finish Aid Station only & relay teams can only take the chair lift two times, per aforementioned 12hr event rules. Sign up for the Relay with your friends or mate, run 3hr…5hr…8hr? How every many miles or amount of time you want to run, its your call. The concept is pretty basic, the team that runs the most amount of miles in the least amount of time, wins! Which one of your team member(s) get to ride the chair lift?! Fun, team building decisions will ensue.

Quad ChairLift Usage

All registered runners will get to experience the beautiful night time Texas Hill Country & Lake Buchanan vistas from the quad chairlift. Distance runners (4, 8, 12 mile) will either get to ride the chairlift to the top of the mountain & back down before and/or after their race. The chairlift will NOT be utilized by distance runners during their event. Runners in the 6hr event will be allowed to use the chairlift ONE TIME (either up or down, not both) during their event. The 9hr & 12hr runners will be able to utilize the chairlift TWO TIMES during their event (ie up/down, up/up or down/down). The quad chairlift will be open from 6pm till midnight. So, to be clear…timed runners will have a 6hr window (timed events start at 6pm) to utilize their chairlift trips during the event. Timed runners will NOT be able to use their chairlift rides after midnight, so plan accordingly. Distance runners will be able to use their chairlift ride before the start of the event (6pm-7pm) and/or after their race is completed. Distance runners using the chairlift for leisure after their race has completed (ie during the timed events), will be asked to yield their spot in line (if applicable) to runners in timed events, as to expedite timed runners chairlift usage. We want racers to be able to get on the chairlift as quickly as possible during the event. Please just use your common sense & be courteous to other runners. If there is a line at the chairlift, be patient & kind…take advantage of the time to gather your thoughts, rest, adjust equipment, refuel, etc. Again, the chairlift closes at midnight.

Runners first ascent (each loop) of Spider Mountain will be given a choice of either utilizing the Sticky Icky Trail (single black diamond) or the Stinger Trail (double black diamond). Sticky Icky is approx two tenths of a mile longer (1056ft), but more “runnable” with less steep ascents. The Stinger Trail is two tenths of a mile shorter, but has multiple steep scrambles. Those of us born in the 70’s & 80’s will remember the popular Choose Your Own Adventure book series. This is another chance for you to strategize… to “choose your own adventure”. Do you want to run more miles, but have an easier ascent or less miles with a more challenging ascent?! Both trails end at the top of Spider Mountain right next to one another, at the Mountain Top Aid Station.

On your first ascent, do you take the double black diamond Stinger Trail or the single black diamond Sticky Icky Trail?  Stinger Trail is .2 miles shorter, but steeper.  Sticky Icky is .2m longer but more hikeable/runable.

Distance Events

  • 4 miler - one loop (two ascents, two descents; no use of chair lift during race)

  • 8 miler - two loops (four ascents, four descents; no use of chair lift during race)

  • 12 miler - three loops (six ascents, six descents; no use of chair lift during race)

Timed Event Cutoffs

Depending on your specific start window and approx start time, runners will be able to begin their final loop up to one hour prior to the end of their timed event. For example, if you and/or your team is running the 12hr race with a start window from 6pm-6:55pm and you start the race at 6:15pm, you will need to start your final lap no later than 5:15am. This does NOT give you an extra 45 minutes to run (ie 6:15pm - 7am = 12hrs 45 min). The runner and/or team is responsible for starting their last lap prior to the last hour of their timed event. Again, back to the aforementioned example, the runner and/or team would need to start their final lap no later than 5:15am. Your last lap will NOT be counted if you start within 59 minutes of your 6, 9, or 12hr timed event. So this means leaving the Start/Finish by cutoff time, not entering the race hub, not getting aid or resting by cutoff time…but stepping over the timing mat at or before your allotted cutoff time. Please be planning & make appropriate accommodations for your cutoff times. Runners will not be allowed to leave the race hub for another lap past 6am. No exceptions to this rule.

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COVID-19 Updates

This Race Is On!

We have new safety plans in place, and permission from all needed entities, as well as total support from the host park. We are so thankful we still get to make this event happen in person for you all!

We want to be as transparent as possible so you feel comfortable knowing what you’re getting into this crazy year, so feel free to email us with any questions.

Let the fun begin…again!

RACE STYLES ARE CURRENTLY SET FOR: Race STYLE 2

Pacers

Pacers are allowed at this race for folks doing the 9hr and 12hr distances. Pacers are allowed from 12:00am until the end of the race. All pacers will need to pay a Special Event Fee. Pacers must start and end at the Race Hub. Only one pacer with a runner at a time. No mule-ing. All pacers must complete free registration.

Overall Awards

We will be awarding Top 3 male and Top 3 female this year, as well as Top Masters male & Top Masters female (50 & up), and Relay Team.

We are very excited to announce our friends at Nathan Sports are giving each overall award recipient an incredible online shopping spree! We’ll email all award winners the instructions and details.

There are special awards handed out uniquely for the Tejas 250, Tejas 300, and Tejas 400.

For anyone who completes 500, 1000, 1500km or miles at the same event, we give away special fleeces for you to make others jealous with.

There will not be an awards ceremony for this event.

Families & Youth Run

Tejas Trails is for families! This means several things.

  1. First, for you runners who are trying to figure out how to train and race while trying to be a good husband, father, wife, and/or mother.

  2. Second, for you wives and husbands (and other family members) who are trying to support your runner, but get bored out of your minds trying to keep your kiddos safe and occupied.

Our goal is for the families of the runner to have fun things to do, enjoy hanging out, exercise together, play in the woods, and create great life-long memories together. Bottom line, we want families to grow closer together because of Tejas Trails events. So we will provide things like family discounts, yard games, practically free youth races, and a family-friendly environment.

One of our favorite part of our events is the Youth Trail Run. You can register your child on the main Reg button at the top of this page. Includes race and finisher medal.

For this year, we won’t be able to have any interactive backyard games. Also the Youth Trail Run will be done very loosely. Parents can run .5 miles out on the course and return (out and back route). We’ll place a marking at the halfway point. Just let us know when you are starting and done so we can check your child(ren) in and out; and get them their finisher medal (unique to the youth race).

Family members, support crews, spectators will need to pay $10 Special Event Fee at Packet Pickup/Race Hub.

Camping & Lodging

Included in your Special Event Fee ($10 at registration) is camping and parking Camping will be limited to 25-30 sites, so first come first serve. For our 2021 event we are excited to have the Start/Finish Race Hub right on the shores of Lake Buchanan, near the boat launch. Follow signage and feather flags to the Race Hub area. After your run, cool down with a refreshing swim in this secluded cove. Park opens on Saturday morning at 8:30am, first come first serve, as space.

PLEASE ALWAYS BE SURE TO USE A PORT-O-POTTY. THE POTTIES ARE ORANGE, WILL BE LOCATED THROUGHOUT THE PARK AND AT THE BASE/TOP OF THE MOUNTAIN. BREAKING THESE RULLS WILL GET YOU DQ’D AND WOULD JEOPARDIZE ANY FUTURE EVENTS AT SPIDER MOUNTAIN. IT LOOKS LIKE THE NEXT FULL MOON WILL BE AT THE END OF THE MONTH AND LETS KEEP IT THAT WAY BY COVERING UP!

If you want a hotel room nearby, Tejas Trails recommends you book your hotel through this booking portal: Hotels for Hope.

History, Records, & Registered Runners

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Tejas Trails lines up Highland Lakes trail running events

Tejas Trails is doing its part to make the Highland Lakes a trail running destination. The race organizer is hosting several local upcoming events, including the Spider Mountain Trail Run and the Texas Trail Running Festival.

The overnight trail run is May 15-16 at Spider Mountain Bike Park, 200 Greenwood Hills Trail in Burnet, while the festival is June 4-6 at Krause Springs, 424 CR 404 in Spicewood. Other trail runs follow in the Highland Lakes. Visit the Tejas Trails events page for dates and how to register. Races fill up quickly.

In the Spider Mountain Trail Run, Tejas Trails organizers have carved out a challenging course up and down Spider Mountain. Choose from a number of distances and timed divisions: 4-mile, 8-mile, 12-mile, 6-hour, 9-hour, and 12-hour. The 12-hour division has a relay option.

The event starts at 6 p.m. with the 12-hour race followed at 7 p.m. by the other races, so runners will be going into the night and early morning on the well-marked trail.

The course is laid out in a 4-mile loop with runners ascending and descending Spider Mountain twice on each loop. Though it’s only 1,400 feet in elevation, Spider Mountain is rugged with a challenging incline.

Those taking part in the 6-hour, 9-hour, and 12-hour events can fortunately use the bike park's chairlift to either get to the top or the bottom. The 6-hour competitors can use the chairlift once, while the 9- and 12-hour runners can use it twice.

The event also features live music and food trucks.

Registration ranges from $55 to $115, depending on the distance. Fees increase starting May 6 or 7, depending on the event, so register now.

A 1-mile youth trail run is $5 for ages 12 and younger. Parents can run alongside their child at no cost.

The Texas Trail Running Festival is June 4-6 at Krause Springs, known for its beautiful swimming hole and man-made and natural springs. The actual trail run takes place at Grelle Recreation Area, 440 CR 412 near Krause Springs. Grelle doesn’t have near the elevation changes as Spider Mountain, but it’s still a fun challenge.

Choose from distances of 26.2 miles, 13.1 miles, 10 kilometers, and 5 kilometers. The event also has a youth 1-mile trail run. Heartier runners can attempt the one-day Trifecta Challenge: a morning marathon (26.2 miles), an afternoon 10-kilometer run, and an evening 5K.

Registration is $40-$120, depending on the distance. Entry is $5 for the 1-mile trail run for ages 12 and younger.

All participants can register online.

The festival also has live music, swimming, outdoor movies, food trucks, games, a kids' zone, and more.

Tejas Trails is looking for volunteers for its events. You don't have to be a runner. Visit the Tejas Trails volunteering page for more information.

[email protected]

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Sours: https://www.101highlandlakes.com/news/tejas-trails-2021-trail-runs
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Spider Overview of Trails

Centipede, Our Newest Green Trail

Our rolliest, flowiest trail on Spider Mountain is now open. Filled with banks and berms, it’s a perfect progression trail to get riders moving up from green to blue. It’s also a great way for riders to get comfortable with jumps.

 

Sidewinder Tech Flow

Itsy Bitsy | Our Easiest Green Trail

Creepy Crawly Skills Park

Our skills park, located at the base area of Spider Mountain, offers a great place to practice on smaller features before taking on the lift-served trails. Featuring berms, jumps, drops & wooden features, Creepy Crawly is an excellent place for anyone to hone their mountain bike skills. 

 

Sours: https://www.spidermountain.com/trail-preview/

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Mountain trail run spider

Join us in Burnet for a brand new & unique race at the Spider Mountain Bike Park! This venue is home to Texas' first & only lift-served mountain bike park. Hone your climbing & descending trail running skills, experiment with long distance & mountain running equipment, dial in your night time running technique & nutrition, while wrapping your mind around running all night long! This race is a perfect way to get ready for Spring Tejas Trails events like J&J 100km, Capt’n Karl’s Night Time Trail Series & other long distance mountain events. Everyone that runs gets to experience this extraordinary course & the super cool quad chair lift!

This race has two unique “twists”. First, runners from the 6hr event will get to take the chair lift one time during their race. Runners from the 9hr & 12hr events will be allowed to take the lift two times during their contest. Second, runners will have a choice on their first mountain top ascent to take a single black diamond trail or a double black diamond trail. Easier & longer vs harder & shorter.

Upcoming Races

3 Elevation Rating

Hilly, ~2500-7500 feet in 50 miles

3 Surface Rating

Some rocks, root, and/or ruts

3 Elevation Rating

Hilly, ~2500-7500 feet in 50 miles

3 Surface Rating

Some rocks, root, and/or ruts

3 Elevation Rating

Hilly, ~2500-7500 feet in 50 miles

3 Surface Rating

Some rocks, root, and/or ruts

Results

9 Hours View course top times

6 Hours View course top times

12 Hours View course top times

We try to keep the most accurate information about this race, but changes do happen. Always visit the official race website for the most up to date information. If you see an error, please let us know

Sours: https://calendar.ultrarunning.com/event/spider-mountain-trail-run
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