The third and final Happy Girls Run of 2021 takes place at the end of October in Sisters. Grab your girlfriends (or family members!) and pick between a fast, paved 5K or a scenic trail half marathon. If you want to get in the spirit of this women’s event but can’t make it to Sisters in person, there are also virtual options for both distances.
Those who challenge themselves to the half marathon will enjoy beautiful single track and amazing views of the Cascades on the Peterson Ridge trail system. The race starts and finishes at FivePine Lodge, and the course weaves through the Deschutes National Forest on rolling terrain. The start/finish is at an elevation of 3182 feet, and the course includes a few climbs along with some narrow and rocky sections, but the trails are mostly hard-packed and fun to run!
The 5K, on the other hand, is run entirely on pavement and tours the western-themed downtown area of Sisters. It also starts and finishes at FivePine Lodge, which hosts a post-race celebration with awards, coffee, cocktails, and food including hot soup.
Packet pick-up is offered at two different locations in the days preceding the race, including the race expo at FivePine Lodge, and at the start area on race morning.
Happy Girls Run also welcomes teams, walkers, and virtual runners for both the 5K and the half marathon. Whether you join in person or remotely, this is a fun and empowering women’s race!
When: Saturday, October 30
- 9:00am – half marathon
- 9:30am – 5K
Where: FivePine Lodge & Resort, 1021 E Desperado Trail, Sisters, OR 97759
- Half marathon: $95
- 5K: $55 / $60 (race day)
- Teams of 6 or more save 15% (team captain to register all runners)
- Includes finisher medal (5K) or belt buckle (half marathon) and post-race food and drinks. Option to purchase a long sleeve tee, hoodie, or quarter zip top during registration or at the event.
- Virtual option $38 for either distance – includes long sleeve tee, bib, and medal
Race day registration is only available for the 5K. The half marathon is limited to 500 runners and expected to sell out, with no race day entries.