May 2016 | Hollister Hills SVRA, near Hollister, CA

Our annual Molina Ghost Run, hosted by the Central District, has been traditionally held at the Clear Creek Management Area near Coalinga. The area is currently under a closure order by the Bureau of Land Management, so the event is being held at the Hollister Hills SVRA instead. It is six miles west of Hollister in San Benito County.

Runs include a Saturday run with one locker required that includes harder trails and obstacles, a Saturday run with no lockers required and easier trails, and a Saturday SUV run. Registration is $45 per vehicle for members, or $55 per vehicle for non-members and includes one run on Saturday, one dinner, a dash plaque, and one raffle ticket.


Please contact Steve Egbert at (559) 936-3030 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have ideas or would like to offer to help. The event raises much-needed funds to fight closures like the one at Clear Creek.

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