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March 23, 2024

Length: 10 Hours

The second-annual Oak Mountain Adventure Race (OMAR) will occur on Saturday, March 23th, 2024. The race will start at the South Trailhead Parking inside Oak Mountain State Park in Birmingham, Alabama. Teams will be exploring the mountains, creeks, waterfalls, lakes, trails, and beautiful woods inside Oak Mountain State Park, home of the best mountain bike trails in Alabama. The park has over 50 miles of trails and just started developing over 1,500 new acres of land, which will be open to the race soon. Divisions include solo, 2-, 3-, or 4-person teams, coed or open (same-sex), and a Master's division.

2024 Race Pricing

$200 Per Racer

Important Registration Dates

Registration Opens: 9/6/23

Schedule
Schedule

Check-In

6:00am

 

Pre-race Meeting

7:30am

Start

8:00am


Finish

6:00pm

 

Dinner

6:00pm

Awards

6:30pm

Location

Oak Mountain State Park

200 Terrace Dr, Pelham, AL 35124

(Directions)

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Details
Details

This 10-hour adventure race is perfect for sport or family teams looking to have some fun discovering the outdoors with adventure racing. Experience teams will find this race a challenge to get to all the checkpoints in the time allowed. Easy to read and simple navigation will take you to some hidden spots in Oak Mountain, with all the trails being well marked. Distances and time spent on each section are always based on your team's abilities and speed in adventure racing; however, you can expect between 25-35 miles of mountain biking, 8-12 miles of trekking with 3-5 miles of canoeing. this race will be 100% Rogaine format, so teams can choose which discipline to start with and the amount of time they want to spend on each discipline. Even though there are 10 hours to complete the race, teams can go out and have fun for 2 hours on each discipline and make it a 6-hour event. The winners will be determined by the most checkpoints found in the shortest time.


All teammates must be present to check in and receive instructions. The later you are, the shorter the preparation time, so you can get there first. All maps are pre-plotted and waterproof.  Your first discipline to start the race will be revealed during check-in.


We supply all canoes, paddles, and PFDs; however, teams may bring their own paddle gear if placed in paddle bags. Water and snacks will be provided at most transition areas; however, they are not guaranteed, so bring water purification tablets.


Race Includes a t-shirt, food and drink during the race, awards for each division, and dinner at the end of the race.

Dinner will be provided by Oak Mountain Creekside BBQ.

Camping

Van, car, and tent camping are allowed at the start/finish the nights before and after the race. No RVs or campers allowed.

Gear

Mandatory Gear List required for review and to be carried during all races.

Waivers

In order to speed up the check-in process on race day, please download and fill in the ARGeorgia Liability Waiver for each team member, and bring to the race with you to check-in.

Rules

Rules List is required for review and a copy will be carried during all races.

Withdrawals & Cancellation

Warrior Refund, Changes, and Cancellation Policy

Awards

1st through 3rd place in the following divisions:

• Coed 3–4

​• Coed 2

• Open Male (Any)

​• Open Female (Any)

• Solo Male

• Solo Female

• Masters Solo Male (50+)

• Masters Solo Female (50+)

• Masters Team (All team members must be 50+)

Single Award for:

The Youngest Racer

Teams
REGISTERED TEAMS
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