Subhead - Taylor


Taylor Mountain - June 23

5m | half marathon | marathon | 50k

Located between Issaquah and Renton, Taylor Mountain is a trail runner's paradise, with beautiful single-track trails, lush forest, streams, and views of Mt. Rainier.

Subhead - Tiger


Tiger Mountain - August 11

half marathon | marathon | 50k

Three challenging races in the West Tiger Mountain NRCA.


Subhead - Tehaleh


Tehaleh - September 22

1k kids | 5k | 10k | half marathon

The final race in this year's Evergreen Trail Runs Series will take place at our traditional location at Tehaleh.


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What better way to usher in Spring than a nice jog in the park? The Dash Point Park 10k and Half Marathon Run/Walk on March 30th is just around the corner and it's over 90% full.You'll be glad you doing something that's great for your mind, body and spirit!

The park is a favorite running spot for Seattleites. The trail head is situated by a sandy beach, and a panoply of smooth singletrack leads you deep into fern-floored forest of cedar trees. Impossibly tall and close growing, thy create a complete shade and natural air conditioning to keep you cool during runs.


A unique feature of the park is its comfortable campsite, with modern facilities including hot showers, flush toilets, dump station, and hookup services. Dash Point is also one of the few parks south of Seattle that has a long stretch of sandy beach for you to wiggle your toes in. Thanks to a 1% slope, roughly 2,200 feet extend out into Puget Sound, warming the shallow waters that pass over it and making Dash Point a prized swimming area. This is a great place to invite the whole family out for a weekend of camping fun! You can find photos of the park we took while measuring the course here.


Oh, and don't forget the Forest Gump 150 Award, new in 2013! The miles add up quick and before you know it, you might just become the newest Trail Running Forest Gump! 

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