Each year, just as the season turns, hundreds of squatch enthusiasts descend upon the woods of Alum Creek in search of the elusive Autumn Squatch. The first recorded sighting was in the fall of 2012, with multiple sightings over the years.
The Autumn Squatch is most commonly seen poking around the Rocks and Roots Trail on late autumn nights, as he passes through on his way south for the winter. To celebrate the coming of the squatch each year, we head out into the woods on the a beautiful autumn evening.
For complete information regarding the Autumn Squatch 10k Trail Race, please visit the race website.
Race registrations are non-refundable and non-transferable.