North Texas Trail Runners
Blaze Trails features traditional trail races within a short drive of DFW meaning you don’t have to go far to experience the best trail running has to offer. Several of their races began with NTTR volunteers and Chris and Anne Barnwell have lovingly grown them into staples of the trail running community. At a Blaze event you will feel like you’re at a North Texas trail family reunion where everyone from the 1st place finishers to the final finishers and everyone in between belongs. Learn more and sign up.
Tejas Trails celebrates the beauty of Texas Hill County and beyond! Whether you are local to hill country or traveling from North Texas (or anywhere!), you will immediately feel at ease when you step into a Tejas Trails event where they aim to create a welcoming space for all–even those who just came to watch! As a family-friendly environment, you will find something for people of all ages and ability levels to participate in. Learn more and sign up.
TROT races celebrate the beautiful outdoor spaces for all ability levels and goals. They offer 1-mile kids runs, UTMB and Western States qualifiers, 200 mile races, 100 hour events, and more. At a TROT event, elite trail runners, beginners, and everyone in between come together to celebrate our wild and wonderful sport. Learn more and sign up.
If you are looking to explore the vast geographies of our beautiful state of Texas, Ultra Expeditions has the race series for you! They have both paved and unpaved trails and beach races where you can explore each region of Texas within one year. Learn more and sign up.
The Active Joe offers both road and trail races that focus on including and celebrating people of all backgrounds and identities. They are driven by 8 principals: Inclusivity, Equity, Security, Quality, Eco-Frienly, Communication, Charitable, and “Joe” Focused (affordable and accessible to the average person). Learn more and sign up.
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