Tent Camping: $25 a tent and includes both Friday and Saturday
nights in designated areas. Tent camping sells out early!
You can make reservations here. NOT AVAILABLE DUE TO COVID
Bunk Housing: $25 per night for one bunk NOT AVAILABLE DUE TO COVID
Cabins: NOT AVAILABLE DUE TO COVID
(cost includes Friday and Saturday nights)
6 person cabin: $350
8 person cabin: $450
12 person cabin: $599
*If options don't show during registration they are sold out,
sorry for the inconvenience.
Total Cut Off Time: 14 hours (7:00 PM)
Aid Stations (Drop bags are allowed for this distance only!):
3.5 miles: Mt. Pickett, water and gels only, no cut off
13.1 miles: Cascade Falls, no cut off, DROP BAGS ALLOWED
20.5 miles: Mt. Constitution, 6.5 hour cut off (11:30 AM) DROP BAGS ALLOWED
24.5 miles: Cascade Lake, 7.5 hour cut off (12:30 PM)
27.5 miles: Mt. Pickett, 9 hour cut off (2:00 PM)
37 miles: Cascade Falls, 10.5 hour cut off (3:30 PM) DROP BAGS ALLOWED
44.4 miles: Mt. Constitution, 12.75 hour cut off (5:45 PM) DROP BAGS ALLOWED
50.4 miles: Finish, 14 hour total cut off (7:00 PM)
About the Cabins (bunk housing) & Camping: (Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights)The lodging is rustic and bunk style. There are varying numbers of bunks in each cabin from 6-14. We will do our best to bunk you with your friends and family. Please let us know when you register how many (and who) you want to bunk with. The bunks come with a mattress but you will need to bring your own sleeping bag/pillow or blanket and sheets. $25 night/per bunk. Outlets to charge electronic devices are available in bunks and the main lodge. No dogs allowed in lodges or cabins. Dogs are allowed on leash outdoors per park rules.
You must check in at the lodge or reserve ahead of time for camping. Camping is $25 a tent. Camping is only allowed in certain locations. Camping is on a first come, first serve basis via ultrasignup registration and always sells out early. Check in for camping is from 4pm-10pm Friday and 6am-9:45am Saturday.
Total Cut Off Time: 8 hours (4:00 PM)
Aid Stations (No drop bags allowed):
3.5 miles: Mt. Pickett, water and gels, no cut off
13.1 miles: Cascade Falls, 4.5 hour cut off (12:00 PM)
20.5 miles: Mt. Constitution, 7 hour cut off (2:30 PM)
24.5 miles: Cascade Lake, 8 hour cut off (3:30 PM)
26.5 miles: Finish, 8.5 hour total cut off (4:00 PM)
Check out Doe Bay Hot Tubs during your stay! A great post-race choice for real relaxation.
Mt. Constitution - the "aid station in the sky"
Aid stations are staffed with amazing volunteers serving water, electrolyte drinks, gels, fruit, soda, candy, PB & Js and chips to keep you fueled and focused on your run. Cut off times are in place for the safety of our runners as well as our staff and volunteers. By signing up for this race you agree to the cut off times posted. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding.
Elevation Gain 5966 ft, Loss: 5966ft
Schedule of Events
Volunteer at a race and earn a free or discounted entry into another Destination Trail race. Bring a volunteer for the day and race for free! E-mail us at email@example.com - some restrictions may apply.
Elevation Gain: 10,587 ft, Loss: 10,5877 ft
Total Cut Off Time: 7 hours (4:00 PM)
Aid Stations (No drop bags allowed):
2 miles: Cascade Lake, no cut off, water and gels only
8.4 miles: Mt. Constitution, 5.5 hour cut off (2:30 PM)
12 miles: Cascade Lake, 6.5 hours (3:30 PM)
14 miles: Finish, 7 hour total cut off (4:00 PM)
Elevation gain: 3935 ft, Loss: 3935 ft
The trail races explore Moran State Park's many mountain lakes, wooded single track trails, and the 2,409 foot Mount Constitution on Orcas Island in the San Juan Islands of Washington State. The trails offer views of the Cascade Mountain range to the east, surrounding islands, and American and Canadian cities. You can see Mount Baker dominating the skyline with its snow capped top rising out of the Cascades. A bank of clouds below the rocky cliff as you summit Mt. Constitution and green islands rising through the clouds like rocks in a wild sea make this race one of the most stunning trail 50 miler/ half and full marathons in the Pacific Northwest. On the summit, there stands a stone observation tower built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1936. The tower offers panoramic views of the sea, islands, mainland, and the Cascades.
Aid Stations, Drop Bags and Cut Off Times
Getting to the Race
Friday, May 7: 50 Mile & Marathon Race Check In
4 PM to 7 PM: 50 Mile & Marathon Race Check In
Saturday, May 8: 50 Mile & Marathon Race Start
**Lodge will be closed to participants**
Sunday, May 9 Half Marathon Race Day
6 AM - 8:45 AM: Race check-in.
9 AM: Half Marathon start
10:30 AM: Post race food & Check in/reg for kid's race.
11 AM: Kid's Race (kid's race is free)
Due to COVID19 we will not be able to rent any lodging or camping. There is camping available through the parks
Maps and Elevation Profiles