Sunday May 13 2012 comments Folsom Runs With Nature By: Telegraph photography by Anne Stokes -A +A KC, left, and Frank Richmond of Folsom await the start of the 5K race. And they're off! Runners start the 5K race. 5K racers line up in front of the library at the Folsom City's Lions Park. The Wild Way race course took runners through several obstacles in the Folsom Pro Rodeo arena, including a hay bale pyramid and the mud moat. Clementine Ruch, age 6, gets a helping hand from Mom Janet Ruch, of Sacramento, as the duo navigate the Wild Way race together. Zasu Scott of Loomis, age 12, who won 3rd place in the 5K in her age group, shows off her medal to her mother Lucinda Calvo. McKenna Weitzel of Roseville, age 12, navigates the mud moat obstacle in the Wild Way race. Racers Anthony (#140) and Wendy Estelita (#141) of Citrus Heights run the American River Parkway bike trails. Volunteers from Folsom High School's Impact Club cheer on runners on the final leg of their race: Akshaya Subramanian, 17, left, Jennifer Lee, 16, and Stephanie Miller, 16. The Wild Way race course took runners through several obstacles in the Folsom Pro arena, including a hay bale pyramid and the mud moat. Mikayla Mills of Folsom, age 8, learns about wildlife from Folsom Zoo Sanctuary docent Maggie Larson. The Wild Way Race gets underway with the 8-10 age group leading the charge. Cameron Mitchell, of Nature's Path Organic Foods, hands out free snacks to runners after their races. Rebecca Inpyn, who came all the way from Oregon to run with her sisters, gets a congratulatory hug from her 3 year old daughter Ayla. Volunteer Michaela Reynolds of Folsom, age 16, marks the 10K starting line on Stafford St.