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OAT Run Half Marathon | 12k
April 15, 2023 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm PDT
An event every year that begins at 8:00 am on day third of April, repeating until April 20, 2024
The Olympic Adventure Trail (OAT) is a project of Clallam County Road Department. The trail was constructed to be a “temporary” route to connect two sections of the Olympic Discovery Trail (ODT) while the official trail is constructed. While the mainline ODT is a paved rails-to- trails type which is used by a large variety of user groups, the OAT “temporary” route is a dirt and gravel single-track trail appropriate for horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking, and of course TRAIL RUNNING. The word temporary is in quotation marks because we have been assured that even after the permanent ODT route is constructed, the OAT has become such a community asset that it will stay.
Construction of the OAT was started in 2004. The trail was constructed by the Clallam County Sheriff Department Chain Gang and a volunteer trail crew called the Thursday Trail Crew. The crews used only chainsaws and hand tools to build this high-quality single-track trail. Together the crews covered some miles! The OAT was completed in the fall of 2011, after 7 years of hard work. It is 25 miles long – 21 miles of single track and 4 miles of logging road – and traverses Kelly Ridge from the Elwha River to Lake Crescent.
OAT Run donates funds to the Peninsula Trails Coalition for the construction and maintenance of the Olympic Discovery Trail and the Olympic Adventure Trail.
The Peninsula Trails Coalition is a local, citizen based, non-profit that has advocated the creation of the Olympic Discovery Trail since 1988. Coalition members work with private citizens and local government to identify potential trail route and they help provide volunteer labor for construction and maintenance of the Trail.
It is required that you take a shuttle bus to the start line, no exceptions. The shuttle will leave from Harbinger Winery, 2358 Highway 101 West in Port Angeles. The run courses are one-way, and then a shuttle will take you from the finish line back to Harbinger, where there will be a hot meal and beer! (all included in your registration fee).
To confirm event status (sold out, cancellations, COVID restrictions, etc.), be sure to visit the event website above.