Trail Running Events for the Adventurous

  Our Unique Trail Races are Designed 

   to Challenge & Inspire You 

    Check out our scenic and fun destination trail races! Visit our 2016           calendar of races for more info and to register for your next                   adventure.

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  Tahoe 200 is sold out, join the waitlist!

    Tahoe 200 sold out on Nov. 25, but you can still get in by joining the       waitlist. JOIN HERE 

    

   



 Bigfoot 200 Endurance Run

  200 mile point to point run in the Cascade Mountains of 

  Washington State! Explore the desolation zone of Mt. St.

  Helens, deep rainforests, volcanoes and exposed ridge lines!   

  Registration open now, limited spots available! 




 Moab 200 Endurance Run new for 2017!

 The Moab 200 Endurance Run is a 234 mile footrace through some of Utah's most stunning and challenging terrain. Traverse canyons, two mountain ranges, stunning red rock mesas, surrounded by Canyonlands and Arches National Parks. Opens Jan 7 at 9am PST. More info here

 


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   Our Mission

    Destination Trail is a trail running event company located in the Pacific Northwest committed to giving people opportunities to push their         physical and mental limitations and achieve incredible feats of endurance through the most scenic trail running events in the USA. It's our       belief that appreciation of the outdoors through physical activity like trail running will help inspire preservation of our beautiful wild spaces.     This appreciation of the outdoors coupled with action to protect it and maintain access to the outdoors is the solution we embrace.


     Destination Trail believes in giving back to the trails and community in both charitable contributions and trail work. We offer free kid's              races at all of our BTRS races in an effort to  encourage healthy activity and love of the outdoors in our youngest fans. We are proud              supporters of the Washington Trails Association (WTA), Girls on the Run, Larrabee State Park, and Whatcom County Parks. Several of our        races require athletes to perform trail work for their entry into the race. We believe that as trail runners it is our duty to give back in any        way we can. 

    

     Photos on this website by Glenn Tachiyama, Scott Rokis, Howie Stern, Ross Comer, Kali Mellus, Derrick Lytle and Candice Burt

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