Los Altos Hills Pathways Run/Walk With 'Tracker' Theme Is Saturday

The 13th Annual Los Altos Hills Pathways Run/Walk is Saturday -- May 10 -- at Westwind Community Barn, 27210 Altamont Rd in Los Altos Hills.  

This year’s theme is how to track and identity various pathway users. 

Feel free to dress up as your favorite tracker, like Dora the Explorer or any animal, as there might be tracking on the pathways of raccoons, mountain lions or bob cats.  Add a pair of ears or a tail to your running attire to get in the spirit of this year’s race.

The 5K and 10K races begin at 9 a.m. and the One-Mile Fun Run at 10:30 a.m. All events start and finish at Westwind Community Barn. 

The 5K, 10K and One-Mile Fun Run are all scenic trail courses on Los Altos Hills pathways through beautiful Byrne Preserve.  The race courses are hilly and challenging and all events are open to runners or walkers of any age.  

There will be water stations, sponsor booths, snacks, awards and made in the USA race t-shirts for those who pre-register and any remaining shirts will be available for race day registration.  

There will be a limited number of shirts available, so pre-register ahead of time online.  

This is a family-friendly event offering challenging longer runs for experienced runners, and fun, non-competitive runs for first-time young runners. Options for walkers to enjoy the pathways, too. 

There are finisher medals for all kids participating.  

For more information and to register, visit the event website at: http://www.lahpathwaysrun.org

Start Tracking – Tracking competitions are already underway on our website at http://lahpathwaysrun.org/tracking-competitions/.  Test your knowledge of tracking with these advanced tracking examples and win prizes for the best solution. 

For additional information on the event or if you are interested in sponsoring, donating, or volunteering, please contact Race Director Scott Vanderlip at 650-793-0475, scott@inet-sciences.com or Sarah Gualtieri at 650-947-2518, sgualtieri@losaltoshills.ca.gov


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