The HNH 9 & 18 Mile Races start at 7:30 AM
Both races start at 7:30 AM at the Lakeside Pavilion at Oak Mountain State Park. The pavilion is on the lake behind Dogwood Pavilion. Park in the large parking lot at the end of Terrace Dr.
Deadline to purchase a Shirts - July 1st
We must place our order for race shirts on July 2nd. If you would like a Hotter 'N Hell shirt, please register no later then July 1st.
Now we get to the "Real Fun" - Race 4 of the Southeastern Trail Serise
Climb to the top of Double Oak Mountain then down to the depths of Peavine Gorge! You might even want to cool off under the falls before climbing back to the top of the Mountain.
Things get a little harder with race 4 of the Southeastern Trail Series, Hotter 'N Hell. We increase the distance, but not too much, only to 9 and 18 miles. We throw in a few more climbs, but not too many. And we mix in a new factor, HEAT! This one's tough. The trick to deal with the heat is Simple. Drink a lot of water and use Tailwind. If you don't use Tailwind you will have to take electrolyte caps or consume electrolyte sport drinks if you want to finish this one. We even add an extra aid station up near Peavine Falls.
Here is a Google Map Link to the start are:Google Map to Lakeside Pavilion
Please remember OMSP charges $5 per person to enter the park. Try to have the correct change, it makes things easier. "You are ready for this. You can do it."
Both races start at 7:30 AM
Friday, July 13th - 4:30 to 6:00 PM - Race Packet Pickup and Late Registration at Mountain High Outfitters Cahaba Village Store on Hwy 280, by Whole Foods. The address is 2800 Cahaba Village Plaza, Suite 250, Birmingham, AL 35243.
Local time: 1:45 AM
Saturday, July 14th - 6:30 to 7:15 AM - Race Packet Pickup and Late Registration at the Lakeside Pavilion at Oak Mountain State Park. The pavilion is located on Double Oak Lake, at the end of Terrace Drive, directly behind the large parking lot.
Saturday July 14th - 7:30 AM - Start of the 9 and 18 Mile Races See the "Directions Link" above for the exact location of the race start.