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Start 2019 off with a bang!
The Resolution Run events welcome families and participants of all ages to come run, walk, or crawl their way to completing their first resolution of 2019! Bring warm layers of clothes, tie up your running shoes, and get ready to ‘run into’ 2019!
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The 4th Annual Resolution Run 10 Mile Run & 5k Run/Walkruns through the streets of Downtown Asheville, NC on New Year’s Day, at a reasonable 10:00 am. Start 2019 off with a bang! This event welcomes families and participants of all ages to come run or crawl their way to completing their first resolution! Bring warm layers of clothes, tie up your running shoes, and get ready to ‘run into’ 2019!
As you run through North Asheville on New Year’s Day take in the beautiful sights!
As the 5k participants turn left onto Kimberly Ave, take a moment to enjoy the gorgeous, historic homes in this beautiful neighborhood before heading up Market Street - the only cobblestone street in Asheville - before you turn to the finish line.
As the 5k participants split off the 10 Mile course continues up Kimberly Ave. Soak in the beautiful Country Club & Golf Course views, as you head towards the Beaver Lake the course becomes flat and fast before returning back to the downhill on Kimberly through the historic homes area and merging back on the 5k course.
Pack Square Park
Downtown Asheville’s historic public square has been a central focal point since the city’s creation in 1797. Spanning from the Vance Monument to the Roger McGuire Green in front of City Hall and the County Building, it’s home to many festivals and free events. READ MORE
The Beaver Lake Bird Sanctuary is a wonderful wildlife oasis in the very busy north Asheville area. It is a great spot for a evening walk or morning birding expedition. Walk a 3/8-mile boardwalk through a wetland area and by the lake, complete with sitting areas along the way to soak up the views and watch birds. Beaver Lake provides resting, feeding and nesting spots for resident and migratory birds. The Elisha Mitchell Audubon Society, a chapter of National Audubon, manages the 10-acre sanctuary. It was established in the mid-1980s, when Audubon successfully led an effort to prevent construction of a strip mall on the site. It’s free to visit. READ MORE
Run, Walk or Crawl through the streets of Downtown Asheville, NC on New Year’s Day!