ECCO JAMES RIVER SCRAMBLE 10K TRAIL RUN

PRESENTED BY GOAL ZERO

EXPERIENCE THE NATION'S
PREMIER OUTDOOR SPORTS
AND MUSIC FESTIVAL!

MAY 15-17  I  RICHMOND, VIRGINIA

SATURDAY, MAY 17 - 6:00 PM

Beware: The James River Scramble 10k Trail Run is not your typical Saturday stroll in the park. Along the course you may encounter roots, gravel, rough terrain, low-hanging branches and possibly stray bulldogs. Up for the challenge? You'll get to experience firsthand some of RVA's best outdoor gems including the Canal Walk, the James River Park System, Belle Isle and the Floodwall. This is not a race for walkers.

ECCO JAMES RIVER SCRAMBLE 10K TRAIL RUN
PRESENTED BY GOAL ZERO

SATURDAY, MAY 17 - 6:00 PM

Beware: The James River Scramble 10k Trail Run is not your typical Saturday stroll in the park. Along the course you may encounter roots, gravel, rough terrain, low-hanging branches and possibly stray bulldogs. Up for the challenge? You'll get to experience firsthand some of RVA's best outdoor gems including the Canal Walk, the James River Park System, Belle Isle and the Floodwall. This is not a race for walkers.

Results :

Results for the 2014 Ecco James River Scramble can be found here

Cost:

Through March 15
$30.00
March 16 - April 30 $40.00
May 1 - May 13 $45.00
On Site May 15-17 $55.00*


* if the event hasn't reached its 1,500 registrant capacity

Includes: a cool event t-shirt, post-race beer or soda, and a free concert.

REGISTRATION

Online through 11:59 p.m. on May 13, or until the race reaches capacity (1500), whichever comes first.

Special combo offer! Sign up for BOTH the Eukanuba Filthy 5k Mud Run and the Garmin James River Scramble and save $5 off the price of signing up for each event individually! Just use the registration button below and you will be given the option of registering for both events at once.  This special will NOT be offered for walk-up registration on-site.


On site registration is located in the American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar courtyard during the following times:
Thursday, May 15 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.*
Friday, May 16 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.* 
Saturday, May 17 beginning at 10 a.m.*

* If the event hasn't already reached capacity.

Entries are non-refundable and non-transferable.

Packet Pick Up:

Packet Pick-up is in the American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar courtyard during the following times:

Thursday, May 15 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Friday, May 16 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday, May 17 beginning at 10 a.m. 

A photo ID is required for adults to pick up your packet (not required for minors without IDs).

Age Requirements:

All participants must be at least 7 years old to participate.

Waves:

The James River Scramble utilizes wave starts in order to control volume on the trails, so you will be asked to indicate your predicted 10k time when you register.

Bag Check:

Bag check will be available in the American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar on Saturday, May 17th beginning at 4 p.m.

Rules:

  • Consumption of alcohol before the event is PROHIBITED
AWARDS:

Men and Women
1st           $500
2nd          $250
3rd           $100

Age Group Awards, top three.
19 & under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+

Course Description:

For a course preview, click here

The start is on Tredegar Street between 5th and 7th Streets. You will head east on Tredegar Street. Turn right onto 10th street (this is a diagonal road going toward a parking garage) and follow the road around to the left before going down some stairs to the canal walk and staying right heading east. At the end of the canal walk stay right around the back of the floodwall. Go right and across the river on 14th Street over the Mayo Island Bridge. Make a right on the Floodwall walkway and continue up the floodwall (where you can find the best views of downtown and the river) and under the Manchester Bridge. Here you will have to climb a series of very steep steps on the side of the old Manchester Bridge, also known as the Mayan Ruins. The runners will go up the stairs and across the bridge over the railroad tracks to the back-side of the SunTrust Building and go under the Lee Bridge along Riverside Drive. Runners will then go west on the Buttermilk Trail to just before Reedy Creek. Here you will turn right and go under the railroad tracks through a culvert toward the river. Turn right out of Reedy Creek on a series of trails back to the "dryway". Cross the "dryway" by rock hopping across the dry river bed to Belle Isle. Go up a steep trail and along the top of Belle Isle heading east and back down a major hill. At the base of the hill, cross over to the east trail of Belle Isle and back across the pedestrian footbridge to Tredegar Street and back east to finish on Brown's Island.

Past Results:

2014
2013

2012

2011
2010

More Info:

Email the Sports Backers

Results :

Results for the 2014 Ecco James River Scramble can be found here

Cost:

Through March 15
$30.00
March 16 - April 30 $40.00
May 1 - May 13 $45.00
On Site May 15-17 $55.00*


* if the event hasn't reached its 1,500 registrant capacity

Includes: a cool event t-shirt, post-race beer or soda, and a free concert.

REGISTRATION

Online through 11:59 p.m. on May 13, or until the race reaches capacity (1500), whichever comes first.

Special combo offer! Sign up for BOTH the Eukanuba Filthy 5k Mud Run and the Garmin James River Scramble and save $5 off the price of signing up for each event individually! Just use the registration button below and you will be given the option of registering for both events at once.  This special will NOT be offered for walk-up registration on-site.


On site registration is located in the American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar courtyard during the following times:
Thursday, May 15 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.*
Friday, May 16 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.* 
Saturday, May 17 beginning at 10 a.m.*

* If the event hasn't already reached capacity.

Entries are non-refundable and non-transferable.

Packet Pick Up:

Packet Pick-up is in the American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar courtyard during the following times:

Thursday, May 15 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Friday, May 16 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday, May 17 beginning at 10 a.m. 

A photo ID is required for adults to pick up your packet (not required for minors without IDs).

Age Requirements:

All participants must be at least 7 years old to participate.

Waves:

The James River Scramble utilizes wave starts in order to control volume on the trails, so you will be asked to indicate your predicted 10k time when you register.

Bag Check:

Bag check will be available in the American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar on Saturday, May 17th beginning at 4 p.m.

Rules:

  • Consumption of alcohol before the event is PROHIBITED
AWARDS:

Men and Women
1st           $500
2nd          $250
3rd           $100

Age Group Awards, top three.
19 & under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+

Course Description:

For a course preview, click here

The start is on Tredegar Street between 5th and 7th Streets. You will head east on Tredegar Street. Turn right onto 10th street (this is a diagonal road going toward a parking garage) and follow the road around to the left before going down some stairs to the canal walk and staying right heading east. At the end of the canal walk stay right around the back of the floodwall. Go right and across the river on 14th Street over the Mayo Island Bridge. Make a right on the Floodwall walkway and continue up the floodwall (where you can find the best views of downtown and the river) and under the Manchester Bridge. Here you will have to climb a series of very steep steps on the side of the old Manchester Bridge, also known as the Mayan Ruins. The runners will go up the stairs and across the bridge over the railroad tracks to the back-side of the SunTrust Building and go under the Lee Bridge along Riverside Drive. Runners will then go west on the Buttermilk Trail to just before Reedy Creek. Here you will turn right and go under the railroad tracks through a culvert toward the river. Turn right out of Reedy Creek on a series of trails back to the "dryway". Cross the "dryway" by rock hopping across the dry river bed to Belle Isle. Go up a steep trail and along the top of Belle Isle heading east and back down a major hill. At the base of the hill, cross over to the east trail of Belle Isle and back across the pedestrian footbridge to Tredegar Street and back east to finish on Brown's Island.

Past Results:

2014
2013

2012

2011
2010

More Info:

Email the Sports Backers

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ABOUT DOMINION RIVERROCK

Dominion Riverrock, organized by Venture Richmond and the Sports Backers, is the nation's premier outdoor lifestyle festival, bringing athletes, spectators, musicians, and even dogs to Brown’s Island for a three-day festival against the backdrop of downtown Richmond’s urban riverfront. The festival features a variety of outdoor sports including trail running, kayaking, biking, bouldering, slacklining, stand up paddleboarding, and dog jumping. The event was designed to promote Richmond’s unique riverfront, downtown trails and whitewater rapids to outdoor enthusiasts. As a result of the creation of Dominion Riverrock, there is a stronger appreciation for the value of outdoor recreation throughout the entire Richmond region.

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