Saturday, Jun 21, 2014

Mary's Peak

35177 Tum Tum Rd

Blodgett , OR 25K, 50K

This Event Took Place Sat. Jun 21, 2014

About

Welcome back to one great time on the 3rd Saturday in June at the Mary's Peak 50K or 25K

Participants will arrive in Blodgett for parking purposes on Saturday 6/20 and depart via school bus for a 15 mile trip starting at 7am for the 50K and 8:30 for the 25K to the start at the base of the highest point in the Oregon Coast Range (Mary’s Peak).
50K runners will get immersed in the Peak running 16 miles in the Siuslaw National Forest including a 3000 ft accent to the top of Mary's Peak before heading back to blodgett via Starker Forest land and more amazing trails to the finish at Blodgett School. Do not underestimate the Blodgett area as it proved to be the difference in 2014 for many runners. 25K runners will get a taste of Mary’s Peak without all the commitment as they travel back to Blodgett for post trail run festivities all on a beautiful June Day. Limited to 200 runners for each distance! Elevation gain for the 25K is at 3000 ft and over 6000 for the 50K. All entries prior to May 15th will receive a complimentary Short Sleeve Tech T and all entries will receive a great post run meal and band after at the Blodgett School.

Day of Event

Packet Pickup will be 3-6pm at Five Star Sports the Day prior on Friday outside
Day of Busses will leave at 7am for the 50K and 8:30 for the 25K for a 15 mile bus ride to the base of Mary's Peak. This means you need to arrive before this in Blodgett to make the bus. The venue is 20 Minutes West of Corvallis off of HWY 20. and links on the maryspeak50k.com site are available to hotels in the Corvallis area. Camping is available a short 5 minutes west at Fir Ridge Campground off of HWY 20.
We will have Day of registration if available and keep an eye @ripleyoutdoors as spaces become available with last minute injuries, ect
Thanks for the support!

Mike and Family

Local time: 8:21 PM
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