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Ultimate Fitness Run

Another awesome event put on by CoreFitinc. We will be creating another amazing obstacle course run on Mt. Spokane, Quartz Mountain and for all you trail runners, a new 10K Trail run. You get the best of all worlds, 10K OCR and a 10K trail run + our awesome kids run. If you are ready …

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O’Grady’s Earth Day 5k

The 5th annual O’Grady’s Earth Day 5K Run will be held on Saturday, April 18, 2020, at Sleeping Lady Mountain Resort near Leavenworth. utilizing Icicle River Trail on the Leavenworth National Hatchery land adjacent to Sleeping Lady. After you cross the finish line, join us to celebrate at our post-run part on O’Grady’s patio featuring …

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Hiking & Running Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge

By Jonathan Johnson Enter at the Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge main gate, 4 miles south of Cheney on S. Cheney Plaza Road (free Nov. 1-Feb. 28; March 31-Oct. 31, $3 per day or use various annual National Wildlife Refuge/Parks passes). Drive approximately 1 mile in and park at the paved lot with toilets (check Turnbull’s …

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Trails to Taps Relay

Teams of five to ten runners comprise this relay run which highlights two of Bellingham’s finest assets – breweries and running trails. Each leg of the 30-mile course ends at a different local brewery. Teammates meet each other at the Finish Line After Party to celebrate with a free beer, games and local food trucks. …

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Bellingham Traverse

Families, friends and local companies form Chinook (solo), Coho (tandem) and CHUM (relay teams) to run, bike and paddle through Bellingham’s scenic parks, winding trails and open waterways. Course includes 5.5-mile greenways run, 6-mile mountain bike, 18-mile road bike, 3.4-mile trail run, 2.6-mile paddle and .65-mile team TREK.

Rosskelley Q&A

Trail Runner Magazine just published a Q&A with Spokane high-altitude mountaineer and trail runner John Roskelley. The story is written by Don Winant, an aerospace physiologist researching the physiology and medicine of high-altitude mountaineering. To read the story, click here and scroll to “Faces.”

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