Saturday began with chilly temperatures and a beautiful sunrise as volunteers and race coordinators set up the staging area and course for the 10th Annual Soque River Ramble. At the end of the race, 119 runners crossed the finish line and several repeat participants recorded their personal best. 2016 Soque River Ramble Race Results.
Crossroads Cafe provided great refreshments and the Tallulah River Bluegrass trio helped create the right ambiance for the beautiful setting on the Soque River.
We want to thank all the participants, volunteers, sponsors and race coordinators for another successful event. Johnny Bailey was our photographer for the event. CLICK HERE to download the pictures you want for posting on social media. We would love for you to include #soqueriverramble2016 on your posts.
Ready Set GO! Tomorrow promises to be a great day..Cool weather, fall color and lot’s of excitement at Wilbanks’ Farm (directions). Don’t fret if you haven’t registered….YOU CAN REGISTER AT THE EVENT. We have extra t-shirts for you…so join us for a great race.
Every year the collectable Soque River Ramble T-Shirt is handed out to race participants after to race. Clarkesville artist Sarah Samsel (Meet the Artist) designed the brook trout featured in this year’s design.
Register by October 15th to reserve your special T-shirt. This one is sure to be a favorite!
This year’s t-shirt is once again brought to you by Bluegraphics of Alto GA. The t-shirt is a 50/50 cotton blend available in sizes adult S, M, L, & XL.
Jasper and Delene Lee live in the Batesville community and are active members of the Soque River Watershed Association. Their hobby is photography and they serve as volunteers for sports photography at Piedmont College and provide technical images for textbooks. Through the camera lens they capture the engaging wildlife, the exquisite beauty of the native flora, and many points of interest found on Georgia Highway 197, including the Historic Watts Mill, home to Mark of the Potter one of our Soque River Ramble sponsors.
Jasper and Delene invite take you to a photographic experience along the historic and scenic Georgia State Highway 197 beginning in Clarkesville to its end in Rabun County.