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The Discover Pass is REQUIRED for parking in Capitol Forest for the Mega Fat Ass or the Capitol Peak 50 mile/25k in April. The DNR enforcement office WILL be writing tickets! So if you are planning to run either of these races or any other races that are on Washington …Find out more »
This boutique half marathon is a great way start off the year. January in the Pacific Northwest is typically wet, but mild, which we think makes for fun running weather. At the Rain Run, we believe it's better to be running and wet, than sitting and dry. So get out …Find out more »
About the series... In 2007 we put on our first Earth Day run in Bellingham, WA. Getting people to enjoy the outdoor via running and walking as well as participating in bettering our environment we thought was a worthy cause. So after our first event we decided to turn the …Find out more »
While designed as a sanctuary for birds, deer, bobcats, and black bear, Soaring Eagle Regional Park seems to be a quiet sanctuary for humans as well. Six hundred acres of forest and wetlands interrupt miles of suburban homes on the edge of the flat Sammamish Plateau, and are host to …Find out more »
Saturday morning’s group run from the store includes a variety of distances and paces. While some people may be knocking out their long run, others come to run a sweet 4-5 miles to kick off their Saturday. Anyone and everyone is welcome, including small persons in strollers or our four-legged …Find out more »
Space is available on a first-come, first-served basis, no reservations. Email Methow Trails at email@example.com for more information. Sponsored by Methow Trails, the US Forest Service, and Atlas Snowshoes. Methow Trails ski trail passes or a Methow Trails snowshoe trail pass ($5) are required. Tours begin at 11:00 am and …Find out more »
Event details subject to change; check event websites for details.