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1. Coloradans Running Ultra Distances. An informal group of friends who enjoy running long distances on trails in the Pikes Peak / Front Range region of Colorado. Some of us race, some don't. Membership requirements: None. Club symbol: Purple Pineapple.

Purple Pineapple

Most of our training runs and other events are announced via our Yahoo! Group. See Yahoo Groups to view or join.

recent Training

On 11-17-2012

"Fun Run" Heizer-Barr-LRR.

On 11-02-2012

"Fun Run" Intemann-Ute-LRR-Cabin Creek.


upcoming Runs 

  4 / 19 / 2014

   Meet at the 7:00 a.m. at the Mt Herman Trail Head in Monument, CO. Route will be a challenging route. Depending on if trails are passable higher up with snow fields. From trailhead we head over to Limbaugh Canyon then over to Balance Rock Road (Trail 322) with is a gradual to steep uphill (Similar to going Long Ranch Road) until you reach Rampart Range Road. North on Rampart Range Road a couple of miles then right on Winding Stairs Road (Trail 323)(Some steep downhills like Long Ranch Road) then Winding Stairs Trail back over to Limbaugh Canyon then trails back to Mt. Herman Trail Head parking lot. Distance is approximately is 32 miles.  May be some snow and ice on Winding Stairs Trail.  
Directions to Mt. Herman Trailhead:
Exit I-25 at Hwy 105 (exit 161 if coming from the North or South); Once off the highway head west.  Road will become 2nd Street  Follow 2nd Street west across railroad tracks until it dead ends into Mitchell Ave. Go south on Mitchell to Mt. Herman Rd. and turn west. Head west 1 mile or so up Mt. Herman Rd to Nursery Road. Trailhead is at the intersection of Mt Herman and Nursery Road. Trailhead is on your left when on Mt Herman Road.






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