September 2 - September 6TBA
You could say this 200-mile trail race was inspired by trail work. After helping out on the Middle Fork of the Willamette River a few years ago, we knew this area was special and that runners would love it and that we needed to create a trail race here. The Middle Fork trail alone is amazing enough, but why stop at a 50K when there is so much more to see and experience? We added in sections from the Oregon Timber Trail’s Kalapooya and Bunchgrass sections alongside Summit and Timpanogas lakes, up and down the Eugene to Crest trail and Bunchgrass Ridge, and then a lap all the way around Waldo Lake, with a finish line back in the town of Oakridge, to create an amazing 200-mile race. We present an adventure that will take you around the Diamond Peak Wilderness, across a dam, and through the Deschutes and Willamette National Forests. This race has 33,000′ of gain and 37,000′ of loss, with 15 aid stations to support you along the way.
This race is pending permit approval.