LBL BRIDGE TO BRIDGE TRAIL RUN
OCTOBER 1, 2022
Push Your Limits
PLAN YOUR RACE
Everything You May Need
Registration is done online through runsignup.com. A link is provided at the bottom of this website. For more information about pricing, click the tab below.
TRAVEL & LODGING
For those runners attending from out of town, there are multiple lodging options in the area with the closest being inside Kenlake State Park. Additional lodging information can be found at the link below.
There are several dining options within 5 miles of Kenlake State Resort Park. Additional options are located in Murray and Cadiz. A list of these restaurants can be found at the link below.
ABOUT THE RACE
The course starts on the Canton side of the Lake Barkley Bridge and crosses into the beautiful Land Between the Lakes Recreation Area. The course follows the paved path along Highway 80 until connecting with the Central Hardwoods Scenic Trail. Runners stay on the trail for its entirety ending at Fenton. The course connects with the Kentucky Lake Bridge where runners will cross and finish just west of Kentucky Lake along Highway 80.
GO THE DISTANCE
The 13.6 mile race will begin at the Lake Barkley Bridge and travel west on a paved trail for 3.6 miles. The course then becomes a winding, woodland path with packed gravel for 8.2 miles. It then becomes paved again for the final 1.8 miles to the finish on the west side of Eggner's Ferry Bridge at Kentucky Lake. Moderate elevation changes will be evident through the woodland trail.
TWO PERSON RELAY
The two person relay will travel the same course that was described for the half marathon. The exchange zone for the two runners will be at Golden Pond Visitor Center. This zone is approximately 7.4 miles from the start. The second leg is approximately 6.2 miles. The first leg is longer but consist of easier terrain for the runner.
THREE PERSON RELAY
The three person relay will travel the same course that was described for the half marathon. The first segment will be a 3.6 paved run that will end at the Sunset Trailhead. The second segment will be a 3.8 mile woodland trail run that will end at the Golden Pond Visitor Center. The last segment is approximately a 6.2 mile run to the finish consisting of wooded trail and paved trail.
Can your pooch go the distance? We welcome dogs to come compete alongside their owners for this event. There will be no awards for pets at the finish line; therefore, registration is not necessary. Dogs must remain on a leash for the entirety of the event and please pick up after them if needed.