The Annual Fall Festival 5K Run kicks off at 9:30 from Holiday Valley Resort drawing runners from several surrounding states during Fall Festival Weekend. Runners take to the local streets on this fun, challenging & climbing finish course proving Fall Festival Weekend is the place to be for celebrating this wonderful season and keeping the heart pumping. Hundreds of runners line Holiday Valley Road and proceed through and around the USATF certified 5K course. See how you stack during Fall Festival Weekend! Pre-register by 10/8 to guarantee your t-shirt. Shirts as they last on race-day. Timing provided by USATF certified WNY Finish Line Services.
Race-registration and # pickup takes place at the Holiday Valley Lodge. To enter pre-register on-line, mail in an entry form or come down on race-day to register. Registration/# pickup from 8:00am. Start/finish lines are on Holiday Valley Road. Water station at the 1/2 way point on the course. Prohibited on course: Pets, bicycles, roller blades Headphones: Being aware of your surroundings on busy streets is a critical safety step. For the safety of those around you and yourself one ear must be free during the race. Thank you.
A fun post-race party takes place at the Holiday Valley Mountain Sports Center just up from the start/finish line after the race. Light lunch, beverages and great door prizes round out this amazing weekend in a breathtaking fall backdrop.
Awards to Overall Male & Female, Masters and 3-deep in the following age groups: U14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80+
Holdiay Valley, Ellicottville & Annual Fall Festival draws thousands daily during this two-day festival weekend. Please allot yourself plenty of time to get to your destinations. More information and helpful links: Fall Festival www.ellicottvilleny.com Holiday Valley Resort www.holidayvalley.com Mapquest www.mpaquest.com Rt. 219 Ellicottville, NY 14731 Full results can be found at www.buffalorunners.com
Helping support HEART Animal Shelters and the Holiday Valley Ski Patrol.