Libby Hill Trails

Promoting community through open space recreation

June 22, 2014
by Steve McPike
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Another great race!

Low humidity, a cool breeze and temperature around 70 provided ideal conditions for running the Longest Day 5K this year.  134 participants completed the race with a new race record set at 18:33 by Nate Priest, who barely beat out Adam Zukoswski (18:40)  the 2013 and 2012 winner of the race.  Kristina Sabateanski was the first in the woman’s division to finish at 24:10. Thanks to all who showed up to support the event and help keep Libby Hill Trails!  Race results are available at:

Photos are available both on Picasa at:

‎Also many great photos from our friends at Maine Running Photos at:


Also thanks to all the sponsors whom donated over $1000 worth of prizes.

June 19, 2014
by bedwards
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Longest Day 5K Registration – Update

Online registration for the Longest Day 5K has ended. Day of Race registration will be available at 5:30pm on Saturday the 21st. Up to $1,000 in prizes donated from area businesses will be drawn form race bib numbers and handed out following the 5K!  Don”t miss this great opportunity to get out and support your local trail system.  See you on Saturday for a fun evening!!!!

For more info, contact John Keller at

March 20, 2014
by bedwards
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The Longest Day 5K 2014

It is the first day of spring with 6″ of fresh snow on the ground and that can only mean one thing;  It’s time to register for the 2014 Longest Day 5K.  Say goodbye to winter by signing up for a race on the first day of summer.  Come out and run or walk the beautiful trails of Libby Hill and enjoy the longest day of the year.

It all starts at 7pm with a free Kids Trail Fun Run. The 5K trail run starts at 7:15 followed by refreshments and awards at the finish line. We will award the Fast Male and Fastest Female Finisher and everyone will be entered to win raffle drawing prizes. Entry Fee for the 5K is just $10 and Gray New Gloucester Students Run for Free!  100% of the entry fees are used to support the trail system.