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Wattle Waddle & Wittle Waddle
November 28, 2019 @ 7:00 am - 3:00 pm PST
An event every year that begins at 7:00 am on day fourth of November, repeating until November 23, 2023
Looking to get out of the house and away from family on Thanksgiving day? Or maybe you just want to work off some calories before you earn them? Well we’ve got the solution for you! The Wattle Waddle Marathon & Wittle Waddle Half Marathon happen on Thanksgiving! Not only that, but they’re the starting race of the Seattle Quadzilla and Quadzuki, so you can be extra crazy on your long Thanksgiving weekend.
Wattle Waddle Marathon & Wittle Waddle Half Marathon are part of the Washington Full & Half Marathon series. Complete 4, 7, or 10 of the participating races in a given year and receive a medal celebrating your accomplishment at a medal race.
Full Marathon – WA18031RMB
Half Marathon – WA18032RMB
There is plenty of parking available at the Pilchuck trailhead. We do ask participants to try not to leave too much room between vehicles.
Schedule of Events
7:00 am Check-in
8:00 am Marathon & Half Early Start
9:00 am Half Start
3:00 pm Course closes
Take I-5 Exit 194 (US-2 East) and head east towards Wenatchee. After about 4.8 miles take the WA-9 exit towards Arlington/Bothel. Turn left onto WA-9 North. Take the next right onto Bunk Foss Road. Continue on Bunk Foss Road for about 1.5 miles until you reach South Machias Road. Take a right onto South Machias Road. In about half a mile the trailhead is on your left.
Both the Wattle Waddle and the Wittle Waddle will use the Cenntenial Trail. There’s a short run (approximately 180 feet) from the start to the trail. Once on the trail you’ll turn right and head south towards the Snohomish Fitness Center at about 1.5 miles. You’ll turn around and then head north up to the second turnaround. From there you run back to the trail and to the finish line.
The Full Marathon does this course twice. This includes running through the finish line twice.
3mi & 13mi – Water, Soda, Sports Drink, Snacks
6.5mi & 9.5mi – Water, Soda, Sports Drink, Snacks
Finish Area – Water, Sports Drink, Snacks, Pie, Hot Soup
To confirm event status (sold out, cancellations, COVID restrictions, etc.), be sure to visit the event website above.