Registration opened on November 12th at 10:00 am and the 11.5 Mile Trail Race closed in a record 37 minutes! The Kids Trail Trot ($5) will have race day registration. Race is limited to 400 runners. No refunds, no transfers!
6th Annual Red Top Rumble 11.5 Mile Trail Race & 1 Mile Kids Trail Trot
Sunday, February 3, 2013
8:30 AM EST – 11.5 Mile Trail Race
10:15 AM EST – 1 Mile Kids Trail Trot
Red Top Mountain State Park, located off I-75 exit# 285, 45 minutes North of Atlanta in Cartersville, GA. Once in the park, go past the visitor center to the start of the Iron Hill Trail. Entrance to the parking lot for the Iron Hill trail will be on the righthand side of the road.
Course Time Limit
2 hrs 45 minutes
Transfer & Refund Policy Please note that refunds and transfers are not allowed for RTR at this time. Due to waiver requirements and liability issues, any person found using another runner's number will be disqualified and banned from future races.
Packet Pick Up
Packet pick up will be available at Fleet Feet Sports Sandy Springs (224 Johnson Ferry Rd NE #B) on Friday, Feb 1st from 4:00-7:00 p.m. Saturday from 5:00 pm till 7:00 pm at Cottage #7 at Red Top Mountain State Park and race day Sunday, February 3th at 7:15 a.m. in the start/finish area.
Shirts will be available in Mens and Ladies styles. Ladies can request mens style if preferred.
Parking and Porta Johns available at the start/finish area.
Due to limited parking availability, CARPOOLING IS HIGHLY ENCOURAGED; If you do not own a state park pass, there will be a $5 parking fee. Fee envelopes will be available at packet pick up and drop boxes.
Winding, moderate to easy wooded trails with several bridge crossings & beautiful views of Lake Allatoona.
Dropping out of the Race
If you feel you must drop from the race then you must let an official aid station volunteer know that you are leaving.
Top 10 Male & Female; Overall Master and Overall Grandmaster. No duplication of awards. Award ceremony will take place at apx. 10:30 a.m.
It is our mission at GUTS to help support our State Parks for future generations to enjoy! Over the past few years, Red Top Mountain has faced significant budget cuts. In late June 2010, the park closed the Mountain Cove Restaurant and Lodge accommodations. Not wanting to see the restaurant space go unused, the Friends of Red Top Mountain organization stepped in to transform the old restaurant into the Mountain Discovery Room for programs and hands-on learning. The new family-friendly activity center features exhibits about the site's rich mining history as well as local wildlife education. Red Top Rumble is proud to continue supporting the Friends of Red Top Mountain for their continued renovations and new programs within the park. For families bringing kiddos to participate in the 1 Mile Trail Trot, be sure to check out the Mountain Discovery Room after the race!