The Afton Trail Run hosts two races simultaneously, the Afton 50KM Trail Race (starts at 6:30 AM Saturday) and the Afton 25KM Trail Race (starts at 7:30 AM Saturday). Each distance will have its own unique race number (unique color and number series) so runners can be easily identified by race officials, volunteers, spectators and other runners. We ask that all competitors wear their number on the front of their body on their outer-most layer at all times. Runners will be tracked coming into and out of each aid station. If we cannot see your number, we cannot track you or take your finishing time and if we cannot do that, you will be disqualified and will not earn an official finish. Those who register within 3 weeks of the race will have their names custom printed on their race numbers! Number assignments can be found HERE.
- I Am Running With More Gratitude Right Now, I Have at Times Forgotten How Blessed I Am – An Interview with Jeff Miller After Getting the ATR50K Grand Masters Course Record in 2018
- Some People Dream of Worthy Goals, While Others Stay Awake and Accomplish Them – An Interview with Herb Byun, 74 Years and Still Going Strong
- My Two Goals Were To Finish No Matter What And To Be The Happiest Person On The Course – An Interview with 14 Year Old Afton 50K Finisher Andrew Lewis
- I had 3 goals. 1) Finish the race no matter what. 2) Win. 3) Set a course record. – An Interview with 2018 Afton 50K Men’s Champion and New Course Record Holder Justin Grunewald
- Afton 2018 Recap