Jul

21

2019

Jul 21, 2019

  • Share

Eagle 10K Ruck at Espada (South)

09:00 AM - 11:00 AM CDT

9001 Espada Rd, San Antonio, TX 78214

Eagles, please join us for a Sunday morning ruck at Espada Aqueduct. Eagle Leaders Jeff Anderson or Travis Mendiola will take you on a 10K (6 miles) trek along the historic mission trail. Distance may be increased depending on the ability of participants; however, this is open to the entire family, including pets. Bring your own ruck or weighted vest, your preferred hydration, and wear appropriate clothing for the trail. The summer months will bring warmer temperatures so please take appropriate safety precautions to minimize injury.


The Espada Acequia, or Piedras Creek Aqueduct, was built by Franciscan Friars in 1731 in what is now San Antonio, Texas. It was built to supply irrigation water to the lands near Mission San Francisco de la Espada, which is part of San Antonio Missions National Historical Park.


For more information, please contact the POCs or post your question directly on the Team RWB San Antonio Facebook page.


Jeffrey Anderson, jeffrey.anderson@teamrwb.org

Please login or create an account to register for this event

 

Add to Calendar 07/21/2019 09:00 AM 07/21/2019 11:00 AM America/Chicago Eagle 10K Ruck at Espada (South)

Eagles, please join us for a Sunday morning ruck at Espada Aqueduct. Eagle Leaders Jeff Anderson or Travis Mendiola will take you on a 10K (6 miles) trek along the historic mission trail. Distance may be increased depending on the ability of participants; however, this is open to the entire family, including pets. Bring your own ruck or weighted vest, your preferred hydration, and wear appropriate clothing for the trail. The summer months will bring warmer temperatures so please take appropriate safety precautions to minimize injury.


The Espada Acequia, or Piedras Creek Aqueduct, was built by Franciscan Friars in 1731 in what is now San Antonio, Texas. It was built to supply irrigation water to the lands near Mission San Francisco de la Espada, which is part of San Antonio Missions National Historical Park.


For more information, please contact the POCs or post your question directly on the Team RWB San Antonio Facebook page.


Visit event page
9001 Espada Rd, San Antonio, TX 78214