Devil's Slide Run

Back October 17, 2020 May 30, 2020 Postponed June 08, 2019
Please note that the event will not be organized in future years.
October 17, 2020
The event has been rescheduled from May 30, 2020 to October 17, 2020.
The event starts at 07:30.

Run the most scenic trails in Northern California, while supporting more than 1,000 individuals with developmental disabilities. The DSR features five courses that offer something for everyone, from weekend warriors to hard-core endurance athletes. Each distance features breath-taking coastal vistas, fearsome climbs, rolling hills, epic descents and best-in-class support. The 50k, 30k, and half marathon feature the Alta Vista Trail, a cruel and beautiful climb that is dubbed the steepest in the Bay Area!

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Devil's Dirty 30K

October 17, 2020 (Saturday) - 07:30
Running
30 kilometers
4,250 feet
Extreme Mountain Range Single loop Trail

A true test of endurance, the Devil’s Dirty 30k packs a whopping 4,122′ of climbing into this beautiful and tough 18.1-mile course. This 30k has it all: challenging climbs, long downhills, and stellar views from some of the best trails on the San Francisco Peninsula.

In addition to traversing every trail in San Pedro Valley County Park AND a trip to the summit of North Peak, the Devil’s Dirty 30k includes the infamous Alta Vista Trail, which climbs 1,200 feet in just over a mile and is, according to the San Francisco Chronicle‘s Outdoors writer, Tom Steinstra, “the steepest trail in the Bay Area, bar none!” The Alta Vista Trail was opened to public use only a few years ago, and PARCA was honored to be the first organization permitted to use the trail by the National Park Service for an organized athletic event.

The Devil’s Dirty 30k route is a challenging course, but you will be rewarded with jaw-dropping panoramas of the San Mateo County coast, an incredible sense of accomplishment AND a catered all-you-can-eat lunch afterwards!

Cruel 50k

October 17, 2020 (Saturday) - 07:30
Running
50 kilometers
7,000 feet
Extreme Single loop Trail

Are you up for the ultimate challenge? New this year, the Cruel 50k is the ultimate endurance race, that will test the best trail climbers. Boasting more than 7,000 feet of climbing, the course takes you through stunningly beautiful coastal vegetation, climbing one of the steepest hills in Northern California (twice!), all while enjoying spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and San Francisco County.

The course combines our 30k plus an additional loop of the half marathon, traversing every trail in San Pedro Valley County Park and heading to the summit of North Peak.

The course is tough, but you will be rewarded with jaw-dropping panoramas, an incredible sense of accomplishment, AND a catered all-you-can-eat lunch afterwards!

Hella' Hard Half Marathon

October 17, 2020 (Saturday) - 08:00
Running
21.097 kilometers
3,050 feet
Extreme Single loop Trail

The Hella’ Hard Half Trail Run is a challenging 12.5-mile semi-loop with 3,908 feet of elevation gain and sweeping views of the California coastline.

In addition to the loop in San Pedro Valley County Park AND a trip to the summit of North Peak, the Hella’ Hard Half includes the infamous Alta Vista Trail, which climbs 1,200 feet in just over a mile and is, according to the San Francisco Chronicle‘s Outdoors writer, Tom Steinstra, “the steepest trail in the Bay Area, bar none!” The Alta Vista Trail was opened to public use only a few years ago, and PARCA was honored to be the first organization permitted to use the trail by the National Park Service for an organized athletic event.

The Hella’ Hard Half Marathon route will test your climbing skills and you will be rewarded with jaw-dropping panoramas of the San Mateo County coast, in addition to the all-you-can-eat lunch afterwards!

Evil 11K

October 17, 2020 (Saturday) - 08:30
Running
11 kilometers
1,600 feet
Extreme Single loop Trail

The Evil 11k Trail Run is a fun and challenging 7-mile semi-loop with 1,639 feet of elevation gain. In addition to the loop in San Pedro Valley County Park, the 11k includes an out-and-back climb to the summit of North Peak for spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and the San Francisco Peninsula that you won’t want to miss. There are two aid stations along the 11k course at mile 2.4 and 4.7.

Fiery 4K

October 17, 2020 (Saturday) - 09:00
Running
4 kilometers
650 feet
Hilly Single loop Trail

The Fiery 4k Trail Run/Hike is a moderate 2.6-mile loop with 629′ of elevation gain. The loop is in the lush and shaded San Pedro Valley County Park. If you’re lucky you may even catch sight of the seasonal Brooks Falls from the Brooks Creek Trail. There are no aid stations along the 4k course.

This run is perfect the weekend runner, competitive athletes looking to set a PR and youth who have some experience running on trails.

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