NIght Light

Friday 10.26.18

One lap = 10K | Two laps = 20K | Trail Kids 3k

Dusk- Sunset- Twilight iT must be the night light !

Bring a headlamp with you to the 2018 Night Light! With one and two lap distances, the race course winds its way through the trails of Battle Creek which is 100% off pavement. Expect grassy/dirt trails and a fair number of large climbs (yes hills!) The course is not lit so be ready with your own head lamp! Trail Kids start at dusk, Two lap race starts at sunset 6:09PM, One lap race starts at end of twilight 6:39PM.  Each lap is 10K in distance.

Don't be afraid of the dark Night Light !


Two Laps One Lap 3km
Early up to July 26 $40 $30 $5
Standard up to Sep 26th $50 $40 $7
Pre-Race up to Oct 24 $60 $50 $10
Day of - Late, Oct 26th $65 $55 $15


Online registration open through - 10.24.18

Day of registration will be available at the Battle Creek Rec Center on race day. Starts at 4:45PM Please bring cash or check. We expect to cap race Participants so Please register early.

Thursday 10/25, 5:30pm-7:30pm BIB PICK-UP & Late Registration

Marathon Sports Fleet Feet
2312 W 50th St.
Minneapolis, MN 55410

Friday 10/26, 4:45pm Race Day BIB PICK-UP

Battle Creek Rec Center
75 S Winthrop
St. Paul, MN 55119


Friday 10/26/18 @ START LINE

  • 4:45pm: Day of Registration & Bib Pick-Up opens at the Battle Creek Rec Center 
  • 5:39pm: Day of Registration closes
  • 5:45pm Dusk: Trail Kids 3k start
  • 6:09pm Sunset: Two laps race start (20K)
  • 6:39pm TwilightOne lap race start (10K)
  • 8:45pm: Awards
  • 9:00pm: Course closes

Cancellation Policy

Race Modification and Cancellation in the Event of Severe Weather:

Urban Trail Series race organizers first priority is to ensure that all athletes participating in the events will be safe. The races may be cancelled or shortened in the case of severe weather including extreme heat and humidity, high winds and lightning.

We will utilize The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) Heat and Humidity Guidelines for Races, as well as information from the National Weather Service to decide how the races will be managed in case of severe weather conditions.