Thank you to the Boy Scouts of America for hosting the first Annual Bad Axe Trail Run on their stunning, 2,400 acre property located on the shores of Bad Axe Lake. We have distances to accommodate runners of all abilities from the 5k which gives you a tour of Camp Wilderness, to the out and back 25k which takes you off the grounds, to the 50k which links up with the North Country National Scenic Trail and circumnavigates Waboose Lake.
You're welcome to join after the race for food, refreshments, and live music! 🎶 Plus, purchasing an activity pass means that runners and their families can take part in activities like swimming, ziplining, fishing, climbing, and more! If you'd like to spend the night, you can rent a campsite (bring your own tent) or keep it comfy in one of the many available cabins. There will be breakfast on Sunday morning (included in the meal/activity pass) and campers can leave at their leisure. See you there!
5k Course Map
(410 feet elevation gain, 441 elevation loss)
25k Course Map
(1,700 feet elevation gain,1,700 elevation loss)
50k Course Map (2,700 feet elevation gain, 2,700 feet elevation loss)
Packet Pickup on Friday, Sept 16th: TBD
On-site registration on Saturday, Sept 17th:
6:30 to 7:45am
Race Start Times:
7:00 am - 50k
7:30 am - 25k
8:00 am - 5k
Awards: Time TBD based on finishers
Lunch starting at 11am
Lodging, Meals & Activity Pass
Runners can choose from the following packages:
*All packages cover both Friday and Saturday night (regardless of whether you choose to stay just one of the nights)
Deluxe Cabin Rental (Sleeps 10) $375 includes all meals and activities
Standard Cabin Rental (Sleeps 9) $300 includes all meals and activities
Tent Site (Tents Not Provided) $60 per person (not per tent) includes all meals and activities
*Lodging fees cover both Friday and Saturday night regardless if you only end up staying one of the two nights
Saturday Activity Pass & Meals Only $40 includes meals and activities
*This option is best for those not staying Friday or Saturday night
All packages above (except for those not staying the night) include 5 Meals (Friday Dinner, Saturday Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner, Sunday Breakfast)
Saturday Program Activities Include:
Swimming, Ziplining, Fishing, Climbing, and more to be announced!
5k - One water stop at the halfway point, plan accordingly
* For those running the 25k or 50k, remember that this is a cup-less race. Carry a reusable cup, water, hydration vest - or all three!
Food available: Chips, gummy bears, cookies, pickles,
Beverages: Water, Coca-Cola, electrolyte drink TBD
25k - 1 aid station that you will pass twice on the out and back course
50k - 3 aid stations, you will pass two twice for a total of 5 stops
Drop Bags: Will be sent to the second aid station at mile 15
Awards will be presented to the top 3 overall male and females in each race distance. This includes a custom award and the top finisher, a gift card to a local establishment.
Each runner is automatically entered into our raffle and must be present to claim their prize.
Interested in volunteering? Volunteers
Local time: 5:09 AM
We cannot put on an event like this without the help of an amazing volunteer team. You can even help and run on race day. If you would like to join our volunteer team, we are looking for help with event setup, aid station captains, aid station helpers, timing, and event breakdown. Email the Race Director Ruairi Moynihan at email@example.com