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Week Four of the Summer Fun Run Series explores the beautiful McCloud Nature Park on the western edge of Hendricks County. The 3.549 mile route begins and ends at the parking lot outside the nature center. Follow the red and blue SFR signs with directional arrows to guide you along the route in addition to the map on this page. From the nature center, the route crosses the historic truss bridge, up the hill, around the woodlands loop and back across the bridge. The course continues along the Red Tail Ridge trail to the arboretum. The final mile of the route make a large loop on Prairie View trail before returning back to the nature center.
Be sure to plan your visit to McCloud Nature Park when the nature center is open to enjoy all the amenities it has to offer! Click here to view the park website: https://hendrickscountyparks.org/our-parks/mccloud-nature-park/
Warm Up: 10–20-minute run/jog followed by Kinetic/Active Stretching Drills (20 Yards of Skipping, butt kicks, karaoke, high knees, strides)
“McCloud Mayhem” Get out onto the trails & put in some work!
This workout utilizes any & all trails at McCloud Nature Park. You will be doing a pyramid workout simply based on minutes rather than a set distance. It is a perfect way to run the trails and put in some solid effort. The workout will help increase metabolism, strengthen muscles, improve running speed, get you better oxygen efficiency when running, and of course improve your fitness!
Cool Down & Static Stretching:
· 10-20 minute jog/walk that should be followed by good stretching!