Welcome to Oregon's Only 200-Mile Race
You could say this 200-mile trail race was inspired by trail work. After helping out on the Middle Fork of the Willamette River years ago, we knew this area was special and that runners would love it and that we needed to create a trail race here. The Middle Fork trail alone is amazing enough, but why stop at a 50K when there is so much more to see and experience? The Oregon 200 was born.
This course serves up the beautiful Pacific Northwest with plenty of forested single track, on two National Recreation Trails - the Middle Fork and the North Umpqua River Trail. You are running beside lakes and rivers most of the course. The route is an out-and-back, which makes for a less lonely experience of a point-to-point, and it is also very crew-accessible.
Please check out the race website for all the details around support, crew, timing, and location. Oregon 200 website
We're excited to host this race and hope you can join us either to run it or volunteer.
Distance: 200 miles
Time limit: 100 hours (that averages a 30-minute/mile pace)
Elevation gain/loss: 23,000'
Aid Stations: 12 (average 16.7 miles between, longest stretch is 18)
2024 Capacity: 150
Payment plans are available. Please contact us prior to registering.
If you need to cancel your registration and it’s more than 30 days prior to the race, you will receive a 50% credit toward a future Go Beyond Racing race. This credit is equal to half the value of the race you registered for and can be applied to any of our races that aren’t already sold out. You can use this credit within 365 days of it being issued. There is no transferring of this credit. If your cancellation is 30 days or less from race day, there is no credit, no refund, or no transfer. You can read the cancellation policy here: Cancellation Policy
Go Beyond Racing
This event is produced by Go Beyond Racing. We put on over three dozen trail races a year. You can count on every Go Beyond race to:
Event's current local time: 1:50 AM PT
- Be highly organized with racer safety and satisfaction as top priorities
- Donate to a worthy beneficiary for each race
- Have well-stocked aid stations and the friendliest, most supportive volunteers
- Challenge and reward each participant
- Put more time, money, and energy than most to reduce, reuse, recycle, and lessen the environmental impact of our events
We look forward to sending you off on the trails and welcoming you across the finish line!