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Moab 200

2018 Race Calendar

Life is too short to choose ordinary trail races

 “Somebody ought to tell us, right at the start of our lives, that we are dying. Then we might live life

to the limit every minute of every day.  ​Do it, I say, whatever you want to do, do it now.”   — Michael Landon 

  2018 Races

  Feb 17 Fragrance Lake Half/10k - Registration opens Nov. 7
​  March 24  - New 50 mile/50k race in PNW to be announced! Stay tuned!
  April 14 Deception Pass Marathon/Half - Registration opens Nov. 7
  May 12 Orcas Island 50mile/Marathon/Half Marathon - Registration opens
Nov 7

  Tahoe 200 Mile Endurance Run

   Homewood, CA, Lake Tahoe

   Register Here Registration opens Nov 7 at 9am PST

   Race Dates: Sept. 7-11, 2018 (Friday-Tuesday)

   The Tahoe 200 is the largest 200 mile race in the USA and second largest in the

   world. The race fully circumnavigates Lake Tahoe using the iconic Tahoe Rim Trail,

   rated as one of the top trails in the world! Tahoe 200 was the first ever 200 mile single

   loop mountain race in the United States. The route goes through two states and three

   national forest through the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The route occasionally detours off

   the TRT to explore aspen meadows, rock gardens of giants, small impossibly

   blue lakes, thick canopied forests, and long ridge lines with stunning views.

   The course is nothing less than magical.  

   Bigfoot 200 mile Endurance Run


   Cougar, WA to Randle, WA

   Register Here Registration is open for 2018!

   Race Dates: Friday, August 10 - Tuesday, August 14, 2018

   The Bigfoot 200 traverses the Cascade Mountains and is the first point 

    to point 200 mile trail race in the United States. The course traverses some of

    the most stunning, wild, remote and scenic trails in the Cascade Mountain range of

    Washington State. The race starts at Mt. St. Helens running through the

    desolation zone of this active volcano, over long ridge lines, high cliffs, bagging

    peaks, with views of some of the biggest volcanoes in Washington State:

    Mt. Adams, Mt. Rainier, and Oregon's Mt. Hood. The route is 206.5 miles with 

    more than 50,000 feet of ascent and over 96,000 feet of elevation change.

    You won't find a more challenging 200mi race in the USA if you're looking

    for steep ascents, technical trails and remote terrain.

  Bigfoot 100k40 Mile, 20 mile

  Visit 100k website here

   Visit 40 mile website here

   Marble Mountain Sno-Park, Cougar, WA

   Race Dates: Friday, August 10, 2018 

   Register here Registration opens on Jan 1 for the 2018 race

   The Bigfoot 100k is a point to point traverse of some of the most stunning, wild,

   and scenic trails in the Cascade Mountain Range of Washington State. The

   race begins at Norway Pass and ends at the volcanic and otherworldly Mount

   St. Helens, traversing through the mountain's desolation zone. The race has

   almost 12,590 feet of climbing and over 26,000 feet of elevation change! 

  The Bigfoot 40 mile fully circumnavigates Mt. St. Helens exploring some of

  Washington's most rugged terrain including the desolation zone of the erupted

  volcano, lava fields, river crossings, old growth forests, high mountain ridges, 

  and wild single track trails.

  New for 2018: 20 Mile race, more details to come. 

  Moab 240 mile Endurance Run

  Moab, Utah. Abajo Mountain Range & La Sal Mountains

  Race Dates: Friday October 12 - Tuesday, Oct 16, 2018

  Register here Registration for the 2018 race opens Jan 1 at 9am PST

  The Moab 240 is a 238.3 mile footrace through the Utah desert, canyons, slick rock, two

  mountain ranges surrounded by Canyonlands and Arches National Parks.

  SOME SAY 200 IS THE NEW 100, WE SAY 240 IS. . .


  Bellingham Trail Marathon & Half

    Bellingham, WA

    Race Date: Sat, Nov. 4, 2017 

    ​2018 Date: Nov 3, 2018

    Register here

   The BTM is a stunning mix of trail running in Bellingham with lots of tough climbs on single

   track trails as well as fast interurban trails and a short road section. With over 5,000 feet of

   climbing, it is one of the toughest marathons in Washington! The race connects two of the most

   popular trail systems, Lake Padden and Chuckanut Mountain. Runners will enjoy lake and 

   forest views of the city of Bellingham, the Cascade Mountain range, and Bellingham Bay from 

   the Chuckanut Ridge. All finishers get a custom made medal and catered post race meal.