One Ale of a Trail 5M & 10M

Saturday, June 13, 2015 - 8:30am

Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area
201 E.Jones Street,
Lewisville,TX 75057 


The One Ale of a Trail race originally scheduled for April 25th at LLELA was postponed due to high water on the course and safety reasons.  The new race date will be June 13th. The Run Project Team thanks you for your understanding and patience. Runners are requested to ...

  • Keep your BIB and TAG!  You will need them to exchange for a new bib and tag before the new race date.  Bib exchange date and locations TBD.
  • All non-Virtual Runners are automatically registered into the June 13 race unless you choose an action outlined in the FAQ document linked below.

Rescheduled Race FAQs


Experience the beauty of Spring in North Texas as you run through the beautiful Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area. Get away from the streets and onto the trail in our & 5 & 10 mile trail runs. We will have amazing post-race food too.  We invite you to join us fore hotdogs on the grill, breakfast tacos, other snacks and beer for after the race.

DIRECtions   5M Course Map  10M Course Map** 
Runners' Manual  Parking Map  2014 Results

**FYI:  The 10M course is actually 10.4M long.

Registration Fees: 


Optional Race Insurance

If for any reason you are unable to start the race, this insurance would allow you to enter another like-distance event from Run Project at a future date.  Learn more.


Race Schedule: 

7:30 am Registration Opens
8:30 am 5M & 10M Trail Runs Begins (3 hour time limit)
9:30 am Awards

What You Get: 

Each person who registers will receive a One Ale of a Trail race shirt and a collapsible drink holder.


1st-3rd Overall Male & Female
1st Overall Masters Male & Female

Top 3 Male & Female finishers in the following age groups: 9 and under, 10-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75 & over

Overall winners will receive wood cut awards.  Age group willers will receive a small wooder award.


Tucked into the folds of the soft rolling hills of north central Texas, situated beneath the Lewisville Dam, the Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area (LLELA) occupies a unique ecological position in the landscape of North America. It is here where the northwestern-most extent of the bottomland forests stretch fingers into the southern end of the tallgrass prairie of the Midwest; where the Elm Fork of the Trinity River winds its way out of the sandy uplands of the dry Cross Timbers into the deep, rich soils of the Blackland prairies; where agricultural lands intergrade with ranching and a rapidly growing urban expanse.

The mandate of the LLELA consortium is to develop the area for the preservation and restoration of native habitat and biodiversity, to provide environmental education, and support environmental research. To learn more, visit the LLELA Website

Packet Pick Up: 

Tuesday 6/9 to Thursday 6/11 from 12 noon-4pm
Racing Systems Office
4887 Alpha Rd #260 (in the corner)
Farmers Branch, TX 75244

Thursday 6/11 from 4pm-9pm
Square One Cafe
136 W Main St
Lewisville, TX 75057

Friday 6/5 from 12noon-6pm
LLELA Office
1801 N. Mill St., Suite A
Lewisville, TX 75057