Roseburg to Coos Bay Relay registration is open! The relay is Saturday, April 22. It's beautiful course on quiet country roads along a river featuring waterfalls, big trees, and serious hills. This is a 68-mile, 5 person running team or 24-mile, 4 person walking team. Staggered start depending on predicted finishing time. The slowest running teams (or those who want to get more value for money) will start at 6AM. Runners start at KPIC-TV parking lot in Roseburg, walkers start in Laverne Park, Coquille. The race will finish at the Coos Bay History Museum (1210 N. Front Street, Coos Bay). There will be free dinner and a 7-Devils beer (thanks 7-Devils!) for all participants. Registration closes April 3rd. More details and registration at www.southcoastrunningclub.org
Oregon’s most challenging running relay course starts in the Cascade Mountains at Diamond Lake Resort, travels through the Oregon Outback and rural agricultural country, and winds back to the Cascade Lakes Highway, around Mt. Bachelor and into the resort community of Bend. You’ll see more cows than semi-trucks and smell pine trees instead of exhaust. If you are seeking an adventure where you can push your limits and rediscover your senses, then this is the event for you and your team. Cascade Lakes Relays
Westfir has a 50k and 30k race option. The 50k showcases over 7,000 feet of vert with some amazing views on some of the best trails in the state. It is a looped course with an out and back. The 30k is an out and back course on the Alpine trail. It is also very challenging and showcases almost 4,000 feet of vert.