+ Evergreen Trail Runs Series race
Located near Issaquah, Tiger Mountain State Forest is a 13,745-acre working forest that includes the West Tiger Mountain Natural Resources Conservation Area. Tiger Mountain offers many recreational opportunities including hiking, mountain biking, equestrian trails, hang gliding, paragliding, and of course some of the best trail running in the area.
The course is 99% run on amazing single or double track trails and will take runners up the infamous Section Line Trail to Tiger #3 as well as Tiger #2 and our first Aid Station. From here the course loops out through the forest on the Tiger Mountain Trail (TMT), W. Tiger No. 1 Trail, and Dwights Way, bringing you to the High Point Trail where you will cross the 200 foot Lower High Point Creek Trail Bridge put in place by the DNR in 2015.
Now back on the TMT, you will climb up and over to Aid Station 2 at the High Point TH. After refueling, enjoy some smooth “flat” trails that will loop you around the Tradition Lake Plateau and back to the Start/Finish.
This is the first event of its kind to be allowed in the West Tiger Mountain NRCA. Unlike our other events, we will only be offering three challenging distances and have a limited number of spots available. This event will sell out!
In an effort to reduce our carbon footprint, we strongly encourage everyone to carry a minimum of 20 oz. of water in a refillable container and to consider carrying a collapsible cup. There will be minimal cups at the Aid Stations, so please plan accordingly. Aid stations will, however, be fully stocked with the normal goodies that we offer at all our races.
All finishers receive a beer glass!
Looking forward to seeing you out there!
The race is limited to 150 participants, so sign up soon!
Online pre-registration closes August 10 at 11:59pm.
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This event is sanctioned by USA Track & Field.
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