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Rogue Gorge

October 14 - October 15

Event Overview
Welcome to the Rogue Gorge, offering incredibly beautiful and challenging 50K, Half Marathon & 12K trail races entirely along the iconic Upper Rogue Wild & Scenic River in the Southern Oregon Cascades! The Rogue Gorge Trail and Upper Rogue River Trail (a National Recreation Trail) provide miles of enchanting singletrack trails through the most vibrant fall foliage unmatched anywhere in Oregon, hugging tightly to the old growth forested bluffs above the famous river as it churns its way through collapsed lava tube chasms, cascading waterfalls and underground tunnels. We are thrilled to host an event on the awe-inspiring Upper Rogue River!

The cataclysmic volcanic eruption of Mt. Mazama that created Crater Lake 7,700 years ago forever changed the lands we now know as Oregon. The legacy of the eruption can be found throughout Southern Oregon, and nowhere is it more evident than on the Upper Rogue River, just 20 miles west of Crater Lake National Park. Once buried by hundreds of feet of pumice, ash and lava after the eruption, the Rogue River has freed itself over the millennia through the relentless erosive power of its waters, creating a series of fascinating features in the process. The river thunders and boils through hard basalt lava and pumice canyons at Rogue Gorge and Takelma Gorge, disappears underground through ancient lava tubes at Natural Bridge and drops off numerous waterfalls in a lush, sweet-scented old growth forest of colossal Douglas fir, ponderosa pine and sugar pine.

Land Acknowledgement: We honor and recognize that we gather for this event on the traditional lands of the Takelma, Southern Molalla and Klamath peoples, who have occupied and stewarded these lands for countless generations. We respect their right to self-determination and their sacred connection to these lands and waters.


October 14
October 15
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Daybreak Racing


Upper Rogue Wild & Scenic River Trail

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