About the Oboz Trail Experience
Oboz Footwear, JAX Outdoor Gear, Poudre Wilderness Volunteers, and Brown's Shoe Fit are inviting you to complete as many of Fort Collins' selected trail segments as you can in one month. This Experience is designed for you to re-discover your favorite trails, learn about new or lesser-known trails, push your limits, and recreate locally! You’ll also have the chance to compete against local legends, your peers, or yourself if that’s more your style.
The Oboz Trail Experience; Fort Collins is open to walkers, hikers, and runners. How many of the 110 miles of the beautiful trail system can you complete? It’s free to register and sign-up is easy.
Registration opens June 1st, with the Experience running from July 1st to July 31st. All participants will receive various swag from Oboz Footwear, JAX Outdoor Gear, and Brown's Shoe Fit. Other rewards can be unlocked by completing promoted trail segments throughout the Experience and everyone who completes 100% of the Experience will be entered to win one of five pairs of Oboz shoes at the end of the Experience.
Participating is a Few Clicks Away and Registration is FREE
1. Create an account with Terrain Scouts.
2. Register for the Oboz Trail Experience.
3. During registration, you'll be prompted to link your Strava account to the Oboz Trail Experience. (No need to worry if you don't have a Strava account; it's free and you'll be able to create one easily).
4. Be sure either your activity tracker is connected to Strava or you are using the Strava app on your phone to record your activities.
Engage With Your Trail Community
There is a whole community exploring Fort Collins trails with you! Be sure to check in throughout the month to see your progress, view the Current Event Standings, Activity Feed, and Participant Chat. And don’t forget to upload photos from your trail time on Instagram using #ObozTrailX. Our favorite photos will be randomly awarded with bonus goodies!
And, please remember to always respect our local Fort Collins trails. Refer to Leave No Trace Principles, take only pictures, leave only footprints, and pick up any litter you find along the way.
About the Poudre Wilderness Volunteers The Poudre Wilderness Volunteers assist the Canyon Lakes Ranger District of the United States Forest Service in managing and protecting wilderness and backcountry areas within its jurisdiction. Check it out and donate here to support their great work.