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Additional race information can be found at https://peninsulaadventuresports.com/events/oat-run/.
* 50K * Half Marathon * 12K *
The Olympic Adventure Trail Run (OAT Run) is a point-to-point trail 12K and half marathon as well as an out-and-back 50K that traverses Kelly Ridge between the Olympic National Park and the Strait of Juan de Fuca in Washington State, all on single-track trail.
The Oat Run Experience
OAT Run is for trail runners who enjoy lush green forests filled with moss and ferns, towering evergreens, and spring trailside flowers. Runners will get a stunning view of the Elwha River Valley as they run by the “Living Room”. And if this wasn’t epic enough, get ready to eat, drink, and party with an amazing view of the Olympic Mountains. The folks at Extreme Sports Park provide a relaxed and fun atmosphere, and racers will get hot food and beer (in a custom OAT Run pint glass), a toasty campfire, and door prizes (woot!)
In addition to an epic outdoor experience in the far northwest corner, all runners receive a professional well-organized event, a well-marked course, food and snacks at water stations along the course, a great piece of custom race swag, free shuttle to start, chip timing, after-party at Extreme Sports Park including a hot meal and one frosty beverage (21+), and a chance to win great door prizes from our local retailers.
Limit 130 runners per distance - 12K and Half Marathon. Limit 50 runners in the 50K.
This race is a friendly, community-based event, and a portion of race proceeds is donated to the Peninsula Trails Coalition and the Peninsula Chapter of the Back Country Horsemen of Washington, in appreciation for their countless hours of trail construction and maintenance on the North Olympic Peninsula.
* 50% refund available until March 15, NO REFUNDS AFTER THIS DATE
* If we are forced to cancel for any reason, runners will get a free transfer to the next year, or an 80% refund
* Transfers are allowed until 3 days before the race
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