About Paiute Meadows Trail Run
Join Lassen Land and Trails Trust as we showcase the region's premiere trail system with the 29th Annual Paiute Meadows Trail Run! The 4.5-mile course is the traditional cornerstone of all four distances as it twists and turns through towering pines, beautiful meadows and challenging climbs. The 50K, 50K Relay, 30K, and half-marathon (13.7) courses rival any true trail race in the region, with challenging climbs, water crossings, and a variety of terrain. Almost exclusively on single-track trails, runners experience breathtaking views as they run through a variety of beautiful landscapes. This is a MUST-DO race for trail runners around the entire region. For 2024, we will bring back the FREE 1-Mile Kids' trail race for kids 12 and under and Lassen College's Special Olympians. Please visit our website for more information.
Race packet and Bib pickup
Race packet pickup will be hosted at the Susanville Historic Train Depot, 601 Richmond Road, on Friday May 10, from 10 AM to 6 PM. We will offer late registration at packet pickup. For those runners who are driving in on race morning, we will have race packet pickup at Susanville Ranch Park starting at 6 AM. There will be absolutely NO race day registration.
For maps and elevation profiles, please visit www.paiutemeadowstrailrun.com or refer to the race photos section of this website or find them on our Facebook page, PAIUTE MEADOWS TRAIL RUN - May 11, 2024!
Our Aid stations are stocked with water and Hammer Nutrition's Heed electrolyte drink, Hammer gels, bananas, oranges, and watermelon, potato chips, pickles, fruit gummies, M&Ms, ginger Ale and cola. As a Trail Sisters-approved event, feminine hygiene products are also available at all Aid Stations. Our Aid Stations are staffed by incredibly dedicated community volunteers who will take good care of you out on the course!
About Lassen Land and Trails Trust
Lassen Land and Trails Trust has been working for over a quarter of a century to conserve rich and diverse natural areas and agricultural landscapes, which support water resources, habitats and scenic vistas that make Lassen County ‘home’ for people and wildlife. The Trust also works to enhance and promote a dynamic network of regional trails for all to enjoy. Through a wide variety of educational programs, LLTT hosts youth camps, and classes and workshops for all ages…educating stewards for today and tomorrow!
Event's current local time: 12:35 PM PT
LLTT co-manages Rails to Trails systems on the Bizz Johnson Trail, as well as, managing the Modoc Line Rail Trail and the Lassen Creek Conservation Area, providing miles and miles of recreational opportunities. The Trust also hosts the Annual Rails to Trails Festival in October and the Summer Farmer's Market.
Along with your race entry, you will have the exciting opportunity to partner with us in promoting resource conservation, recreational opportunities, and community events!
For more information, please visit www.lassenlandandtrailstrust.org.