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Spring Fling Trail Run

With food and fun planned, we can't wait to see you this spring to jump into March! You never know what to expect in March! Join us for adventure and the Spring Fling! Only 250 are allowed, so sign up early and make your way to the Alsea Falls Recreation area for year 9 of this Classic PNW trail run!

Eugene Marathon

Hayward Field Eugene, OR

The Eugene Marathon is the Pacific Northwest’s largest marathon and takes place each spring on the last Sunday of April. The marathon and half marathon courses traverse through the communities of Eugene and Springfield, alongside the Willamette River, and on the same roads that the world’s best runners have competed on for over 50 years — most recently at the World Athletics Championships Oregon22 in July of 2022. Start outside the newly renovated Hayward Field, finish on the iconic track and run in the footsteps of legends.

Hippie Chick Half & Quarter Marathon

Champoeg Park Newberg, OR

LIMITED TO 1000 ENTRIES. SIGN UP TODAY! Hippie Chick is THE ORIGINAL all-women’s race! In 2023, we are returning to the birthplace of this great event at Champoeg State Park (commonly pronounced sham-POO-ee). What a perfect time and the perfect setting to run and walk…MOTHER’S DAY WEEKEND!! Let’s celebrate together and build our community one mile at a time, hand in hand! Don’t Delay: Space is limited to just 1000 entries. Grab your mom, your sister, your friend, or your co-worker, and register now! Hippie Chicks are the best!

Marys Peak Trail Run

Blodgett School Blodgett, OR

Stunning and Epic on May 20th, 2023 Come Run with us for 50 Miles, 50K, or 25K in one of the most challenging and beautiful places on the planet. Nestled in the Heart of the Willamette Valley sits the highest peak in the Oregon Coast Range Marys Peak at 4101 Ft. Marys Peak was known as Chateemanwi, or “place of spiritual power” to the native Kalapuya tribe who used the land for spirit quests. Nestled on her slopes are a town, cemetery and old logging railroad. The streams that flow down the mountain’s sides provide water to Corvallis from the Rock Creek Watershed. Many of the lands surrounding Marys Peak were privately owned, until they were added to the Siuslaw National Forest to protect the source that provides Corvallis with 40% of their drinking water.

Emerald City Trail Series – Race 1

Buford Park 34901 Frank Parrish Rd,, Eugene, OR

The Emerald City Trail Series is a fun trail race series held in Howard Buford Recreational Area and Mt. Pisgah Arboretum in Eugene. This set of five trail races between 3-8 miles takes place every Thursday in June. What makes Buford and Mt. Pisgah a wonderful place to have a series is the park’s wide variety of trails and scenery. Mt. Pisgah’s 1531′ summit is in the middle of the largest of Lane County’s 73 parks. It offers views of the Cascade Mountains, Spencer Butte, the Middle and Coastal Forks of the Willamette River, Eugene, Springfield, Creswell, Jasper, Pleasant Hill, and Goshen.

$1 – $80

Emerald City Trail Series – Race 2

Buford Park 34901 Frank Parrish Rd,, Eugene, OR

The Emerald City Trail Series is a fun trail race series held in Howard Buford Recreational Area and Mt. Pisgah Arboretum in Eugene. This set of five trail races between 3-8 miles takes place every Thursday in June. What makes Buford and Mt. Pisgah a wonderful place to have a series is the park’s wide variety of trails and scenery. Mt. Pisgah’s 1531′ summit is in the middle of the largest of Lane County’s 73 parks. It offers views of the Cascade Mountains, Spencer Butte, the Middle and Coastal Forks of the Willamette River, Eugene, Springfield, Creswell, Jasper, Pleasant Hill, and Goshen.

$1 – $80

Emerald City Trail Series – Race 3

Buford Park 34901 Frank Parrish Rd,, Eugene, OR

The Emerald City Trail Series is a fun trail race series held in Howard Buford Recreational Area and Mt. Pisgah Arboretum in Eugene. This set of five trail races between 3-8 miles takes place every Thursday in June. What makes Buford and Mt. Pisgah a wonderful place to have a series is the park’s wide variety of trails and scenery. Mt. Pisgah’s 1531′ summit is in the middle of the largest of Lane County’s 73 parks. It offers views of the Cascade Mountains, Spencer Butte, the Middle and Coastal Forks of the Willamette River, Eugene, Springfield, Creswell, Jasper, Pleasant Hill, and Goshen.

$1 – $80

Emerald City Trail Series – Race 4

Buford Park 34901 Frank Parrish Rd,, Eugene, OR

The Emerald City Trail Series is a fun trail race series held in Howard Buford Recreational Area and Mt. Pisgah Arboretum in Eugene. This set of five trail races between 3-8 miles takes place every Thursday in June. What makes Buford and Mt. Pisgah a wonderful place to have a series is the park’s wide variety of trails and scenery. Mt. Pisgah’s 1531′ summit is in the middle of the largest of Lane County’s 73 parks. It offers views of the Cascade Mountains, Spencer Butte, the Middle and Coastal Forks of the Willamette River, Eugene, Springfield, Creswell, Jasper, Pleasant Hill, and Goshen.

$1 – $80

Emerald City Trail Series – Race 5

Buford Park 34901 Frank Parrish Rd,, Eugene, OR

The Emerald City Trail Series is a fun trail race series held in Howard Buford Recreational Area and Mt. Pisgah Arboretum in Eugene. This set of five trail races between 3-8 miles takes place every Thursday in June. What makes Buford and Mt. Pisgah a wonderful place to have a series is the park’s wide variety of trails and scenery. Mt. Pisgah’s 1531′ summit is in the middle of the largest of Lane County’s 73 parks. It offers views of the Cascade Mountains, Spencer Butte, the Middle and Coastal Forks of the Willamette River, Eugene, Springfield, Creswell, Jasper, Pleasant Hill, and Goshen.

$1 – $80

Run for the Oaks

Left Coast Cellars Rickreall, OR

Be a part of the Oak Savanna Restoration Project at Left Coast Estate by participating in the 8th annual Run for the Oaks! Left Coast Estate is located on the ancestral lands of the Grand Ronde, Siletz, Yamhill, and Kalapuya peoples. The course will predominantly be on rolling gravel roads or off-road with trail and paved road segments. Picture a run or a leisurely stroll through some of the most beautiful estate vineyards and old growth oak savannas in Oregon Wine Country. You will be cooled by the breezes of the Van Duzer Corridor, across a flowering landscape, and your participation celebrated with Left Coast's award winning wines. Our hope is that, through the years, racers will see the improvements we are making in the forest and witness their own contributions to those efforts as […]

Mud, Sweat, & BBQ

Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm 33814 S Meridian Rd, Woodburn, OR

Come see the other side of the Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm with a run through muddy obstacles including, mud pits and crawls, hay bale climbs, water slide, and hills. Afterwards celebrate with your team at the Garden Party located at the finish line to enjoy music, drinks, and great food from local vendors in the garden. BBQ enthusiasts will be competing and sampling their entries to guests. Learn more about the Woodburn Rotary's involvement in the community by visiting their website: mudsweatbbq.com #mudrun

Pacific Northwest Marathon

Harrisburg High School

One of the fastest, flattest marathons in Oregon. Our course is measured according to the highest industry standards. Laid out and marked by trained professionals. You can run your race feeling confident we have done our part to keep you on course and running the correct distance. Your time will count! The Pacific Northwest Marathon is positioned just before the usual registration deadline for the Boston Marathon, making it possibly your last chance. Please see the BAA website for official registration dates for Boston.