Saturday, Jul 13, 2019 @ 5:00 AM
This Event Took Place Sat. Jul 13, 2019


The Canal Corridor 100 Mile Endurance Run will be held on July 13 & 14, 2019. The race will start at Camp Tuscazoar in Dover, OH. Runners will run through existing portions of the exceptionally beautiful Zoar Valley Trail and Towpath Trail in Tuscarawas, Stark, and Summit Parks. This year the race will be an exact out 50 miles and back 50 miles The course is FAST, FLAT, and SCENIC suitable for anyone looking to complete their first 100 miler or a seasoned veteran who is going after the 100 miles PR. Aid stations are staffed by experienced ultra runners in Northeast Ohio who will make sure runners receive proper aid and care. Profits from this event will be donated to the Conservancy for the Cuyahoga National Park, Canalway Partners and the Ohio and Erie Canal Coalition, non-profit organizations that oversee and help maintain the trail systems in Northeast Ohio.


The objective of this project is to provide a successful, enjoyable, safe and profitable race/run to help raise funding and awareness for trail preservation and to promote the Ohio and Eire Canal Corridor. It is the goal of this project to continue support for the CVNP Trails Forever Endowment Fund and also help provide funding to develop and enhance the canal corridor experience for visitors.

Course Description

The run starts and will finish at Camp Tuscazoar in Dover, OH. At 5am, the runners start running south on the Zoar Valley Trail to the turnaround at Schoenbrunn Village. They then run north back through Camp Tuscazoar and continue north to Wolf Creek in Barberton. At that point runners will turn and run south to finish at Camp Tuscazoar. There are aid stations approximately every 5-7 miles apart throughout the course. The aid station will be staffed by volunteers and will offer water, sports drink and various food items. First Aid will be available throughout the course from local EMS.

A National Heritage Area

The Ohio & Erie Canalway is a National Heritage Area — designated by Congress in 1996 — to help preserve and celebrate the rails, trails, landscapes, towns and sites that grew up along the first 110 miles of the canal that helped Ohio and our nation grow. Annually, more than 2.5 million Americans find their way to the iconic 81+ mile Towpath Trail running through the heart of the Canalway. The historic Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad and the nationally designated America’s Byway offer alternate Canalway travel options through the National Heritage Area. Whether birding, hiking, bicycling or traveling by horseback, trail, rail or Byway — the cultural, historic, recreational and natural resources of the Ohio & Erie Canalway add quite a bit to the quality of life in the counties of Cuyahoga, Summit, Stark and Tuscarawas in Northeastern Ohio. Within our borders — stretching 110 miles from Cleveland to New Philadelphia — you’ll find the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad, the County Park Districts of Cuyahoga, Summit, Stark and Tuscarawas Counties all working together with communities and organizations to restore, build and replenish the cultural, historical, natural and recreational resources of the region that collectively tell our story. It’s been a source of economic strength for Ohio as well. Since receiving its National Heritage Area designation in 1996, the Ohio & Erie Canalway has leveraged upwards of $350 million in Federal, State, Local and Private investments throughout the region. Of that total, $85 million in leveraged investments have taken place along the Towpath Trail itself. In many respects, it’s an historic return on the $12 million in National Park Service funding that the Ohio & Erie Canalway Association has been awarded and is distributing through a combination of grants and technical assistance to regional partners. The collaborative community spirit at the heart of every National Heritage Area remains the hallmark of Ohio & Erie Canalway programs and projects that continue to help Ohio and our nation grow.

Schedule of Events

Packet pickup and check in at Camp Tuscazoar on Friday July 12, 2019
Race Starts at 5:00 AM on Saturday, July 13, 2019 at Camp Tuscazoar in Dover, Ohio.
There is a 30 hour time limit.
The finish line is back at Camp Tuscazoar. The race ends at 11:00am on Sunday July 14, 2019.

Friday, July 12
10:00am – 7:00pm : Check-in and Packet Pickup
2:00pm – 6:00pm : Deadline for Drop Bags

Saturday, July 13
3:30am – 4:30am: Runner Bag pickup for Late Arrivals
5:00am SHARP: Race Starts

FINISH LINE – Camp Tuscazoar
Sunday, July 14
7:00am: Open Brunch Begins
11:00am: Race Closes / Awards

Local time: 6:00 AM


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