May 29, 2022 at 9:00 AM
Kringle Krush 5K/10K
Burlington WI, 53211
Entry Fee $30
(Lowest or Early Registration)
Entry Fee 2 $35
(Highest or Late Registration)
Prize Money: no
Percent of the course on un-paved trails: 50%
First Year of the Event: 2022
NAME CHANGE: The Chocoholic 5K/10K has been renamed to the “Kringle Krush 5K/10K” – Sunday, May 29, 2022 – 10:30 AM
Join us for a beautiful run along the Fox River in Burlington, WI. The Kringle Krush 5K/10K (formally the Chocoholic 5K/10K)is a professionally timed and LIVE event. Run at your pace, or take your sweet time. After the event enjoy carnival rides, games and food at the Burlington Jamboree! The Carnival opens after the awards ceremony at 1:00pm.
Why “Kringle Rush”?
Over the last decade, It has been our tradition to serve Chocolate Kringle after the Chocoholic 5K/10K. It was only fitting after the termination of Chocolate Fest to rebrand this endurance event the “Kringle Krush”. We promise to introduce more of the flavors offered by our local bakeries. So burn up those calories with a 5K or 10K Run/Walk then celebrate your accomplishment with this buttery, flaky and thoroughly delicious Danish delight along with a malted beverage to compliment your palette.
The “Kringle Krush” is the ONLY endurance event anywhere dedicated to this unique pastry and it is sure to be enjoyed by all participants. Kringle is Wisconsin’s Official State Pastry made right here in Racine County.
Kringle from Racine County has gained an enthusiastic worldwide following. The pastry has been featured on the Food Network, the Travel Channel, the “Today Show,” “CBS Sunday Morning” and other national TV outlets.
Riverside Park, 517 Congress Street, Burlington, WI
We start your trip at the Burlington trailhead Riverside Park, which is located along the picturesque Fox River. You’ll find parking, bathrooms and picnic pavilions at this lovely community park.
To access the Burlington trailhead you must start in Riverside Park. Take State Route 11 west into Burlington. Turn right onto Bridge Street (SR 83), go over the bridge and turn right onto Congress Street to Riverside Park. The trailhead is at the end of the park off Congress Street.
Past Event Dates
Held on May 29, 2022