2020 Roger Stubby Dog wears a Crown in the Forest Trail Series (REGISTRATION OPENS TODAY!)

Odd name for a race? Yes. But only until you realize that this race series embodies 5 unique trail races that are guaranteed to be memorable. There are five trail races in this new series from Go Beyond, all ranging in distance between 6 and 8 miles, and all within an hour of Portland. All runners will have two months to complete these five races, from October 15th thru December 15th. Since the race series is virtual, you’ll have the choose as to when and where to run them, and the locations are:

  • Rogers Camp for a 7.9 mile run
  • Stub Stewart State Park for a 7.8 mile run
  • Dog Mountain for the 7.5 miler
  • Crown Zellerbach for a 7.9 mile run
  • Forest Park for 6.6 miles

You can run them in any order and at any time.

If you’re familiar with the Go Beyond Trail Series, the way race results are calculated should be familiar. If you do at least 3 of the 5 races, you’re in the series! You will submit your results via Strava after you’ve completed each race and your best 3 out of 5 races will be averaged for your results. There will be awards for the overall male and female, as well as results for each individual race. All participants of at least 3 races will get pint glasses and there will also be raffle prizes awarded at the LIVE virtual award celebration on Friday, December 17th at 7:00PM.

The cost of this race series is $25 per race or $75 for all 5 races. Registration opens on October 12th and closes on December 10th. You can register any time before then but please make note of the fact that you can only run the courses and submit results AFTER you register. In other words, do it NOW!!


What: 2020 Roger Stubby Dog wears a crown in the Forest Trail Series

When: October 15th thru December 15th, 2020

Where: Rogers Camp (Tillamook Forest,) Stub Stewart State Park (near Vernonia,) Dog Mountain (Columbia River Gorge on the Washington Side,) Crown Zellarbach Trail (near Scappose,) and Forest Park (in Portland)

Cost: $25 for each race or $75 for the full series)

Register: On October 12th

About Author

I'm the owner of Healthy Girl Fitness and I'm a personal trainer, certified AFAA group exercise instructor, and an RRCA certified running coach in SW Portland. I am also the mother of two young boys and am on the board at my youngest son's school. I led a relatively inactive life throughout my 20's until I discovered the world of fitness and running. I ran my first marathon in 2006 and haven't looked back since.

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