Cochran Mill Trail Race – Spring
3.7 Mile & 10.7 Mile
Date: March 2, 2019
Location: Cochran Mill Park
6875 Cochran Mill Rd
Palmetto, GA 30268
Only 25 miles from downtown Atlanta, Cochran Mill Park is located in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia. Here you will see over 800 acres of woods, fields, streams, waterfalls, huge boulders, rock outcrops, wildflowers, mountain laurel, wildlife, and three historic mills. This hidden gem has never had a race of any kind until now. We invite you to come race with us, experience the beauty, and enjoy your own adventure. We have two races distances so there is something for everyone!
We will have age group awards for the following categories for both races:
- Under age 20, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+
- Top 3 Overall Male and Top 3 Overall Female
“Club Challenge” – we are giving a special award to the club, group or team with the most total participants in both events, the Spring and Fall Cochran Mill Trail Race.
Note there is a $5 parking fee per Cochran Mill Park that will be collected at the entrance. All vehicles will be parked in a grassy field by the start of the race. Please bring cash and have it ready when you arrive at Cochran Mill Park.
Packet Pickup – will be at the Big Peach Running Co. – Brookhaven location on Thursday, 3/1, from 6pm-8pm. Come get your packet and pick up any last minute race supplies. Tell your running partners they can sign up in-person too! Address: Town Brookhaven, 705 Town Blvd #340, Atlanta, GA 30319
Race Start Time: 10.7 Mile – 8:30 am —– 3.7 Mile – 8:40 am
There are no refunds, deferrals or tranfers to other participants. Shirts are guaranteed two weeks prior to the race only.
We do not mail awards, shirts, race packets or other swag items.
We loving giving back to the parks, trails and communities where we train and race. Want to help Cochran Mill Park? You can by donating on our registration page. Your donations help to maintain the trails and build new ones. The core volunteer group is led by SORBA, the Southern Off-Road Bicycling Association. They are a non-profit group that makes sure the trails are clean, well-groomed and safe!
COURSE INFO & MAP
The 10.7 Miler
You will begin at 8:30 am on a gravel road then enter the woods onto a flat to rolling Yellow loop. Once you reach the first stream, you will find a few more hills but also a lot more of the beautiful scenery the park has to offer. You will cross the famous Henry Mill Falls then start a slow climb through a moderately challenging and technical Red loop. We will bring you back over the falls where you will complete the Yellow loop to the flat finish and back to the field where we started.
The 3.7 Miler
We will start you at 8:40 am on the same gravel road as the 10.7 miler but send you off in the opposite direction. You will run about 0.3 miles before entering the rolling Yellow #7 trail. This brings you to the other side of the gravel road where you will then enter the woods for the rolling Yellow loop. You will have the same flat finish section as the 10.7 miler and exit the woods at the field.