Alsea Falls Spring Fling 4/19/14

Saturday 4/19/14

Alsea-Falls-(Run)
A bit of Mud? Steep terrain but just the amount of flow to keep you pushing forward. 5K, 10K and 20K distances with some new trails all on a Saturday the day before Easter. Special easter egg hunt on course for all runners!  Register HERE or look at the FAQ and course pages as they are updated

Mary’s Peak 50K/25K 6/21/14

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Mary’s Peak 50K/25K Saturday 6/21/14
Registration will open 2/1 for this 50K or 25K trail run. Participants will arrive in Blodgett for parking purposes on Saturday 6/21 and depart via school bus for a 15 mile trip to the start at the base of the highest point in the Oregon Coast Range (Mary’s Peak) 50K runners will get immersed in the Peak running 16 miles in the Siuslaw National Forest before heading back to blodgett via Starker Forest land and more amazing trails to the finish at Blodgett School. 25K runners will get a taste of Mary’s Peak without all the commitment as they travel back to Blodgett for post trail run festivities all on a beautiful June Day. Limited to 200 runners for each distance! Registration is hosted by Ultra Signup and this will be a great time!

Get all the info at: http://www.maryspeak50k.com

Alsea Falls 5K Summer Fest 8/9-8/10

Alsea-Falls-(Run)
Slated for early summer this Saturday Night time 5K starting at 9pm and or Sunday 10K and 20K with amazing trails as you run up and down the coast range 20 Minutes from Monroe at the Alsea Falls Recreation Area. Yes you are required to have a head light and a back up light source to do the night time 5K and a special offer is in the works starting this May/June from a participating sponsor. I even have reflective course markings and camping at the Falls is first come first served. Link to Night Time 5 K registration


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