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Mammoth Cave Area Kentucky Trail Towns:
Munfordville Trail Town: offering Green River Canoe & Kayak Adventure, Walking Trails, Hiking trails & Cycling
Cave City - Horse Cave Trail Town: offering Hiking, Biking, & Cycling Trails & access to
Canoe & Kayak Livery
Brownsville - Edmonson County Trail Town: offering Green & Nolin River Canoe & Kayak Adventure, Mammoth Cave Equine Trails, Hiking,& Biking and Blue Holler ATV Park
Park City (certification pending): offering Mammoth Cave Railway Hike & Bike Trail & easy access to Equine trails & Canoe & Kayak Livery.
5th Annual Cave City Proud Days Glow Run
Hosted by Colonel Run Club of Caverna Elementary School and Caverna Elementary School
Only those preregistered by September 19th, 2019 are guaranteed a Race T-Shirt.
This is a Rain or Shine Fundraiser Event, There are absolutely No Refunds.
Race Day Schedule
4:00p - 5:30p - Packet pick-up at the Gazebo in downtown Cave City
5:45p - Late registration and packet pick-up CLOSES
6:00p - Glow Run starts!
7:00p - Awards and prizes
This trail run showcases Southern Ky outdoor trails, hiking trails and more.
Start & Finish at Cave City Convention Center Pavilion!
8am (Central) Start
* This year's Cave Country Pedal offers a 12, 35 and 63 mile trail route
Register and find complete details at active.com
* No guarantee of event T-shirts or shirt size with late registration
* On-site registration at Cave City Convention Center
* Post-ride meal voucher available for Cave City Proud events
Need more info, Contact 270-537.5651 for additional outdoor trails information
Brownsville, Ky Cave Country Paddle & Trail Town Certification Celebration
Shuttles available 8am to 10am (Central) Canoe or Kayak Green River
8am: Meet at Brownsville Boat Ramp beneath the highway bridge
Take Washington Street to Old Ferry Road for parking and shuttle
** No parking available at Houchin Ferry boat ramp
Rental: $25 per canoe or kayak
Shuttle: $10 for your own canoe or kayak
Register at Green River Canoeing: 270-590-5335 (voice or text)
Distance: 5 miles from Houchin Ferry to Brownsville Boat Ramp
(approximately a 2 hour float)
Noon: Trail Town Certification Celebration & Award Presentation at Community Center
FREE food and music at Courthouse Square (121 Main Cross St.)
Hosted by Edmonson County Chamber of Commerce / Tourism
Celebrating Southern Ky outdoor trails, hiking trails, biking and water trails.
Brownsville, Ky Cave Country Horseback Trail Ride
Mammoth Cave National Park - Maple Springs
Important Trail Ride Information
* You Must Register in advance by calling Mammoth Cave Horse Park
(888) 682-3958. Registration is $10.
* No registry can happen at Maple Spring Parking on the day of the event, you must be preregistered.
* Participants will park at Maple Springs day parking. Assembly will begin at noon.
The trail ride will depart at 1pm down Sal Hollow Trail, turn onto Turnhole Bend Trail and return to Maple Springs on the Buffalo Creek Trail outdoor trails.
For additional questions please contact Greg Davis at 270-590-6091.
Mammoth Cave National Park Ky Mammoth-On
Cave, Hike & Bike Triathlon - up to 24 Miles
Start at The Lodge at Mammoth Cave National Park!
Mammoth-on: America’s only cave, hike, and bike triathlon.
The Mammoth-on begins in front of the Mammoth Cave Lodge with a ranger-led hike in Mammoth Cave. Upon leaving the cave, participants will hike two miles on their own through the woods. Next, participants ride their own bikes along the Mammoth Cave Railroad Bike and Hike Trail, about twenty miles round trip to the Grand Victorian Inn in Park City and back. Enjoy the beauty of our outdoor trails.
Not quite ready to pedal twenty miles?
Ride half as far as you feel works for you, and turn around.
Friends of Mammoth Cave will provide water stations along the way at Sloan's Pond and Historic Diamond Caverns.
Want to ride further than twenty miles?
Alternate mixed-surface route is available.
Please note, this is not a race, but a fun, family-friendly event.
Helmets are recommended for the bike ride.
Event Details and Schedule
7:30 am: Packet pick-up and on-site registration begins
8:15 am: Safety briefing (required before entering Mammoth Cave)
8:30 am: Ranger-led hike on the historic route inside Mammoth Cave
9:00 am (approximate)
Group exits the cave; hikers continue at their own on the 2.3-mile woodland hiking trails.
9:30 am (approximate)
Hikers return to registration area, continue on their own bikes toward Park City (20 miles round-trip).
2:00 pm: Route sweepers close the course.