Picacho Mountain

Picacho Mountain Outdoor Festival w/ 5K Fun Run & Walk
   September, Saturday & Sunday, 21 & 22nd
9:00am-4:00pm  

A weekend filled with everything outdoors!

 

Saturday starts a fun-filled day of outdoor activities! 
Saturday begins with a 5k fun run and walk on both pavement and trails. Prices awarded for 1st. 2nd. 3rd. place on the fun run!
Outdoor vendors & local organizations showcasing their products and services. Outdoor product demonstrations, jeep tours to Box Canyon, guided hiking tours to Picacho Peak.

Enjoy the Beer & Wine tent after the race! 
Enjoy the tasty Chili Rellenos cook-off contest by local restaurants for the bragging right of the best Chili Rellenos! 

Music and plenty of children activities!
Archery, mountain biking, bike repair clinics, wildlife displays, yoga/Pilates on the mountain are just some of the outdoor events! 
Walk through & view the beautiful model homes of Picacho Mountain while on site for a chance to win great prices!
Sunday continues with the fun as it is Cowboy Country Day! 
Stagecoach rides, horseback rides, country band, outdoor vendors and the best cowboy dinner this side of the Pecos, yummy! Limited seating, order your cowboy dinner tickets online! 
Shuttle services from lower parking area to festival site will be provided.

5K RUN OR 5K WALK Cowboy Dinner


Date and Time: September 21 & 22 Saturday & Sunday

Time: 9 AM to 4 PM (5k fun run and 5K walk start a little earlier!)

Event Location: The Willows at Picacho Mountain Estate, 8149 Willow Bloom Circle

Getting There:  Get to Picacho Hills Dr. in Las Cruces, follow signs to lower parking area.
Participant Limit: 1,500+
Age Limit: child friendly!
What’s Provided: Fun! Food to purchase, free activities
Cost: Event is FREE, small entrance fee for: parking & fun run & walk & Cowboy Dinner            
What You Need to Bring: Camera. Sun hats. Sunscreen. A fun spirit!

Visit our site: swexpeditions.com to get more info and signup for 5K & cowboy dinner! 
1-877-808-6877/ david@swexpeditions.com

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