Spring Run for Fun @ Redmond Watershed
Sunday, March 2, 2014, 9:30am Start
Redmond Watershed Preserve features a flat-to-moderate-grade course with very few steep climbs. The entire course is lined with Douglas firs and lush ferns and layered with moss--a true Pacific Northwest forest. The trail is primarily a wide dirt or gravel path, and is great for beginners and a fun cruise for veteran trail runners. This is a fast course as far as trail running is concerned!
Webscorer - race registration,
race timing, race results
There are four course options for this event:
- 5-miles (8km)
- 10-miles (16.1km)
- Half-Marathon (21.1 km, 13.1 miles)
- Marathon (42.2 km, 26.2 miles)
Distances were measured using a measuring wheel
All courses start and finish adjacent to the South (main) parking lot off Novelty Hill Road. All have low to moderate climb and mostly relatively wide, smooth trails, with few steep parts.
This is one of two runs at this venue. The second is the Summer Blast @ Redmond Watershed.
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2012 Results, and photos from Louise Lakier Photography.