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Ozark Trail Association’s Devil’s Toll Race Saturday, June 8th

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Posted: Thursday, May 30, 2019 9:18 am

Ozark Trail Association is hosting “The Devil’s Toll Race” on Saturday, June 8 beginning at the Taum Sauk Mountain Trailhead.

The Devil’s Toll Race is a 13 mile dual discipline event across one of the most event across one of the most scenic and rugged landscapes Missouri’s Ozark Trail has to offer. The course traverses from the highest point in Missouri, Taum Sauk Mountain State Park, past beautiful Mina Sauk Falls then through the lichen covered rhyolite sentries of Devil’s Toll Gate. Hikers and runners will then climb over and around Proffit and Wildcat Mountains with a tricky descent past the famous scour of Taum Sauk reservoir, finishing at Johnson’s Shut-ins State park.

The race is meant to bolster friendship and awareness among groups and provide inspiration for adventure!

The race is a 13 mile trek across rugged Missouri terrain that will challenge every caliber of runner and hiker. Race from Taum Sauk to the Shut-ins and enjoy food and awards at the end of the day with friends and competitors.

Register at ultrasignup.com/register.aspx?did=65213 online or call the Ozark Trail Association  at 573-436-0540. To learn more about Ozark Trail Association visit ozarktrail.com a nonprofit organization whose mission is to develop, maintain, preserve, promote and protect the rugged natural beauty of the Ozark Trail.

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