You don't need a mountain bike to have a fabulous adventure! For the Bartram Wildwood AquaBlaze, you'll start with a 13.1-mile paddle section on the Clarks Hill Lake (the third largest lake east of the Mississippi and also called J. Strom Thurmond Lake). Then you'll run or trek 13.1 miles along the southern portion of of the 110-mile-long Bartram Trail and in Wildwood Park to the finish line. We feel it's worth mentioning that the trail is pretty darn flat, carpeted with pine needles, and sports some pretty sweet views.
With this race format you’ll only need a pair of running shoes, water supply, and race nutrition. Sign up to compete, or just come out and enjoy a day of paddling and running at your own pace. Soloists and two-person teams are welcome. After the race, enjoy some great food and view the other exciting events at the Rev3 Adventure race site.
Thanks to Columbia County, Georgia for their generous support of the 2016 Wildwood Adventure Weekend, including the USARA National Championship and Bartram Wildwood Strong, Tenderfoot, and AquaBlaze!