The Golden Kettle Trail Series is an upcoming sequence of trail races that will take place in the Kettle Moraine State Forest in southeastern Wisconsin. This particular forest is notable for its landforms carved out by Ice Age glaciers, and two of those features are kettles (pot shaped craters left after the ice melted) and moraines (mounds of rock and sediment dragged and left behind by the advancing glaciers), thus the name of the region. The mark for the series needed to be simple, yet packed with symbolism. The top half of the mark represents the moraines and the hills and elevation of the trails participants will traverse. The lower half winds around the kettles which runners will encounter along their way. Both elements are woven together with one single line, representing the snakelike look of a course map. This mark will be featured to promote the series and will be found on gear, medals, promotional materials, and more.