Don’t Fall on Your Aspen 5k

When: October 24th, 2019
Where: Arizona Nordic Village (16848 US-180)
Event Day Schedule:

5:00 pm – 6:00 pm: Pre-run hydration, snacks, and high-fives

6:00pm – 5K Start!

6:30pm – 9:00pm -Post-run beer, Pizzicletta mobile pizza oven, campfire s’mores, games and awards – Nordic Village

Registration: FREE! (but donations to help offset costs are always welcome)

PLEASE RSVP on the Facebook Event Page if you plan to attend!

Come join us for our 2nd annual Don’t Fall on Your Aspen 5k FREE FUN RUN and COSTUME PARTY! Our co-host Run Flagstaff is opening a new location in Sedona (Run Sedona) and we want to celebrate! So, in honor of new beginnings and expanding our amazing local running community, we want to make this years Don’t Fall on Your Aspen FREE! Although this event will not be timed, we will have a race time clock running so you can see your own time as you finish, and we will still have all the fun, food, and festivities as last year. Dust off your best fun-run costume and run, walk, or mosey through the beautiful Arizona Nordic Village while keeping an eye out for the Mogollon Monster lurking in the Aspens. This will be a twilight run so don’t forget a headlamp! Personal illumination is required for the race. Make sure to stick around after the race to hang around a campfire with a cold one and fresh out-of-the-oven pizza, swapping stories of your near-run-in with Mogey.

This event is created for the whole family to enjoy. Running or not, we’ll have plenty of post-race activities like costumes, corn hole tournament, spike ball, and even providing everyone with all the right ingredients to cook up a perfect s’more. In addition to sweets, treats, and bubbly beverages, we will also have locals’ favorite Pizzicletta bringing their portable pizza oven for a post-race pie. Don’t forget to bring some cash or a card to order your pie, Pizzicletta will be making them to order!

Please note: The run will NOT have official timing this year but we will put up a time clock at the finish line so runners can track and record their own times.