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Start your run at Ramona Country Estates.  This trail starts as a 2 mile downhill and leads you a basin where Cedar Creek Falls dumps into.  During years of high rainfall this is a spectacular fall…plus you can swim in the bottom.  A permit is required from the US Forest Service but only costs $6 […]

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Trail of the Week/T.O.W March 30, 2014 Brought to you by Dirt Devil Racing www.Dirtdevilracing.com http://goo.gl/maps/Ka8RI Start your 13 mile run at West Bernardo Park and head out towards Lake Hodges.  Take the bike path along West Bernardo Rd. and cross the suspension bridge.  Follow this trail all the way to Hernandez Hideaway and turn […]

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  Trail of the Week/T.O.W Brought to you by Dirt Devil Racing www.Dirtdevilracing.com http://goo.gl/maps/I8H1M Start your 5 mile run at Rancho Bernardo Community Park and head towards the single track trail head on your left just past the tennis courts.  Turn left and follow the trail making sure to keep the lake ahead of you […]

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San Dieguto River Trail part of Sea to Crest Trail

Brought to you by Dirt Devil Racing www.Dirtdevilracing.com http://goo.gl/maps/d7PBD Start your 10 or 14 mile run at Black Mountain Rancho Community Park and head out on the Lusardi Loop Trail.  It is poorly marked so use the GPS and map to help guide you.  You are making a large circle around the Santa Luz Golf […]

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Exploring Marian Bear Park/San Clemente Canyon Part 1 Another great local trail run brought to you by www.dirtdevilracing.com T.O.W Trail of the Week  http://tpks.ws/ggL2 Marian Bear Park is a cool little trail running mecca found on the north and south side of highway 52 between the 805 and 5 freeways.  There are many access points […]

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T.O.W trail of the Week December 29th http://goo.gl/maps/SwBVB Start your run at the Tecolote Golf course and take the trail directly across the street (on the North side of Mt. Acadia), towards Balboa Ave.  Enter Tecolote Canyon #2 and follow the trail all the way to Balboa Ave.  Go up the embankment and cross over […]

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Wildhorse Trail Half Marathon Race Report First some important facts: Overall and age category winners can pick up their prizes at SDRI within the next week.  If the prizes are not picked up it WILL BE FORFITED.  Call (858) 268-8525 to schedule your pick up of your prize and Wildhorse Wheat Ale. For those of you […]

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2012 Dirty Invitational Trail Marathon The Inaugural 2012 Dirty Invitational Trail Marathon was created to give trail runners and “Everyday Joe” runners a chance to compete and have a legitimate chance to win their division.  Runners were broken into divisions based on previous qualifying times in other trail running races.  In order to qualify a […]

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Congrats! You just completed a marathon! Whether it was your first or your third (and you managed to cut 10 minutes off your time!), you might be experiencing PMS now that the race is over with. The PMS I’m talking about isn’t what you’re thinking of though, it’s Post-Marathon Syndrome. You know that feeling of […]

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Good habits start young, and if you love running as much as we do, you likely want your little ones to share your enthusiasm for the sport. By running, you model healthy behavior for your kids—and decrease their risk of obesity and other health issues that stem from an inactive lifestyle. So how can you […]

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Nestled deep in the Chula Vista area is a well hidden trail secret. Otay Lakes is right next to the Olympic Training Center and provides trail runners a unique experience compared to most other San Diego trail runs. It’s flat! Normally San Diego trail are hilly due to the nature of the canyons. Rarely can a trail runner gallop along for miles without encountering a gluteal busting hill. In Otay Lakes you can give your hamstrings and Glutes a rest. The mostly single track trail provides lake views, tree cover and well groomed lakeside trail.

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It’s no secret that at SDRI, we’re crazy about San Diego trail running events, training and trail runners shoes, but we also know that it order to enjoy the sport, there are certain safety measures that are important. Read a few below before hitting the trails on your next run. When embarking on a trail […]

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