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Race Preview: 2018 Mt. Ashland Hill Climb

Course Description: Up!

Boasting of being one of the races with the most elevation gain of any continuous hill climb in the continental United States, with a total of over 5,600’ of climbing, this race is not for untrained legs!

If you’re ready and willing to give it a go, head to Ashland on Saturday, August 11th for the 41st annual Mt. Ashland Hill Climb!

The length is a bit more than a half marathon; it is 13.3 challenging miles starting in downtown Ashland’s Lithia Park and climbing dirt roads and trails to finish on the Mt. Ashland summit.

It’s a point to point race and all runners are responsible for getting themselves back to Ashland after the race, but sign up early to catch a ride on the shuttle bus for free!

Proceeds from this race will go to the Ashland Woodlands and Trails Association, which is a private, non-profit group that helps Ashland maintain and preserve the woodlands and trails.

Once registration has filled, there will not be a waitlist, so watch the video from last year below, grab a spot, and start your training!


Details:

Date: Saturday, August 11, 2018
Time:
7:30 AM
Where: Lithia Park | Ashland, OR
Price: 
$35 (add $5 after 7/19)
Registration: 
Online at Ultra Signup

For more event info such as a course map and chuckle-worthy FAQs, visit the race website or their Facebook page!

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About Bobi Jo (112 Articles)
Bobi Jo has lived all over the midwest but moved to Portland in 2007 and now calls it home. She started casually running in 2012 and trained up for the "Run Like A Mother" 5k as her first proper event. She got a taste of the runner's high and is now a veteran ultrarunner. While running is her favorite sport, she is a "Jill of all trades, master of none" - her other hobbies include rock climbing, hiking, skiing, mountain biking, and snowshoeing. On her elusive rest days, she is an avid bookworm and a Green Bay Packers fan. Her best adventure buddies are her husband and her Australian Shepherd.

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