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Spring Run for Fun @ Redmond Watershed 5 mi | 10 mi | Half Marathon | Marathon
March 25, 2023 @ 7:00 am - 4:30 pm PDT
An event every year that begins at 7:00 am on day last of March, repeating until March 29, 2025
Spring Run for Fun @ Redmond Watershed Preserve is a local favorite thanks to its flat to gently rolling course with only a few short steep climbs. Lined with beautiful forest of Douglas fir trees and lush ferns, it’s the magic carpet ride of trail runs: All the scenery of a quintessential mossy Pacific Northwest forest, but without the big hills or technical challenge of many other venues. The route follows primarily wide dirt paths, ideal for beginners and a ton of fun for veteran trail runners. This is a fast course by trail running standards!
Join us at Spring Run for Fun @ Redmond Watershed for a rewarding tour of “the Red Shed.”
This event is part of the Half Marathon Trail Series, and runners in the Half Marathon distance will earn points toward their series standing.
The 5-mile course is a lollipop loop, with runners leaving the start and returning to the finish via the same trail.
The 10-mile course is two times around the 5-mile course.
The Half-Marathon course is two identical laps, which generally follow the 5-mile course route but have two added out-and-back sections. Half-Marathon runners will pass by the aid station at the start/finish halfway through, and there will be an additional aid station passed twice at 3.54 miles into the 6.55-mile loop, for a total of three well-spaced aid stations for Half-Marathon runners.
The Marathon course is four identical laps, on the same loop as the Half-Marathon runners. Marathoners will pass by the aid station at the start/finish three times, and there will be an additional aid station 3.54 miles into the 6.55-mile Marathon course loop, for a total of seven well-spaced aid stations.
Both courses have low to moderate climb and mostly relatively wide, smooth trails, with few steep parts.
7:30am – Check-in and day-of-event registration opens
8:20am – Marathon pre-run briefing
8:30am – Marathon Start
9:20am – Pre-run briefing, 5-mile, 10-mile, Half Marathon
9:30am – 5-mile & 10-mile Start
9:35am – Half Marathon Start
4:30pm – Course closes
To confirm event status (sold out, cancellations, COVID restrictions, etc.), be sure to visit the event website above.