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Marathon & Half Marathon – Saturday February 23, 2019 10k & 5k – Sunday February 24, 2019 Fort Ebey State Park is a scenic destination in the middle of Whidbey Island. Originally acquired to protect Puget Sound from naval invasion, its stunning beachfront bluffs have commanding views onto the Strait …Find out more »
Ski from Snoqualmie Pass to Windy Pass to Yakima Pass over Stampede Pass to Meany Lodge following the historic patrol race course. In the 1920’s adventurous Mountaineers scouted an 18+ mile ski route between their two mountain lodges (one near Snoqualmie Pass, the other near Stampede Pass). In 1930, they …Find out more »
Race Course Description: Run past the serene Fragrance Lake, and when you think it can't get any better, you'll run through fields of sword fern and soak in all hues of green on the Rock Trail while running past towering rock faces and rocks as big as houses through a …Find out more »
Lord Hill Park has been a favorite for many trail runners in the Pacific Northwest as an early season trail run. Started by Tim Lofton and currently in its 14th year, the run starts and finishes at the south parking lot. Course distances available are 5 Mile, 10 Mile, 13.1 …Find out more »
These races will be on relatively flat terrain and I expect that the 5k and 10k will be very fast. The half marathon will consist of 1 out and back with a loop turn around at each end. There will be about 1200 feet of elevation gain for the half …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 »
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