Glory Hound Events Tapped to Manage the 2019 Biltmore-Kiwanis 15K/5K Classic

Biltmore Kiwanis 15K/5K Classic

Biltmore-Kiwanis 5K/15K Classic LogoGlory Hound Events will be managing next years Biltmore-Kiwanis 15K/5K Classic taking place Sunday May 5, 2019 at the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, NC. Celebrating 22 years of the race and the 100th anniversary of Kiwanis, these races should be on every runners bucket list with their majestic courses and rare opportunity to see the grounds from a different view.

Both Biltmore-Kiwanis 15K/5K Classic courses are USATF certified and take place entirely on the grounds of the Biltmore Estate.

The 15K course begins at the winery in Antler Village where racers will then climb to the Deerpark Restaurant and then run along the main road to Biltmore House. Racers will then circle through the Walled Gardens and pass by the Azalea Gardens and lagoon along the French Broad River before returning to the winery for the finish.

The 5K course is a flat, out-and-back course starting at the Winery and paralleling the French Broad River. It is a great course to get that PR (personal record)!

Course maps can be downloaded on the Biltmore-Kiwanis 15K/5K Classic race page.

Online registration for the Biltmore-Kiwanis 15K/5K Classic is now open and will close on Thursday May 2 at 9P.M.. Entry fees start at $40 and include one Biltmore Estate entry ticket (excluding the house) and race shirt. There is also an option to purchase a commemorative race medal.


About Glory Hound Events

Glory Hound Events was started in 2006, initially managing the historic Bele Chere 5K. Shortly after that first year the Lake Logan Triathlon was introduced and eventually became a part of the Lake Logan Multisport Festival. Glory Hound Events is now the largest endurance event management company in the Western North Carolina region, producing an average of twelve events annually. In addition to producing its own events and those for a variety of clients, Glory Hound Events offers consulting services for events outside of Western North Carolina looking to take theirs to the next level.