Runner and hiker friendly!

Race Date: Saturday, March 26th, 2022 at 8:00 AM. The race will start in waves but we don't yet know how many or how far apart they will be.  You will be able to pick your wave start time.  If you want to start with friends you will be able to all sign up for the same wave.

Registration will open on December 4th, 2021.  
Late registration is March 12th - 19th. 
There is no opportunity to register after the 19th!

Packet pick up: At Runners Soul in Kennewick on Friday, March 25th from 12pm-7pm. Packet pick-up will again be curb-side only. If you need to go into Runners Soul for any goodies or new shoes, please do! But, your packet will NOT be available inside the store. It is only available curb-side outdoors.
packet pick-up for those that couldn't make it to Runners Soul on Friday will be at the race start line on Saturday from 7:00am -7:45am.  DO NOT BE LATE.

Race Start time: 8:00AM at Bethel Church (600 Shockley Road, Richland)  Get there in time to park your car and walk to the start! The race will be started in waves.  Please do not show up until 10-15 minutes before your wave starts. You will be able to pick your wave start time later.

Entry fee: $20 for trail race, or $40 for race and a tech fabric race shirt.  Also includes one goody bag with an assortment of fun stuff from event sponsors (as long as supplies last), chip timing, access to fully stocked aid stations, post race grub, and access to race photos.

Late registration is from 3/12 - 3/19 and is $25.00 ($45.00 with shirt). There is no option for registration after 3/19.  Click here to go to the registration page. There is no day-of registration.

Course:  The course will start on Shockley Road near Bethel Church to give the participants a chance to spread out before getting to the trailhead.  The entire rest of the race is on Badger Mountain. The finish is at Trailhead park. Expect to walk back to the parking lot at Bethel, or arrange for pick up at the finish line.
The full route for the 15K is below.  To see a larger map of the 15K course, click here.

Here is a profile of the 15K course:

Aid: Two separate aid stations will be placed approximately 2-4 miles apart. You will have three opportunities for aid though as you will pass the first one twice, and the second one once.  They will be stocked with water, electrolyte drink, and some goodies to help you get to the finish line!  If you stop at the aid station you will have to wear your mask while at the aid station.

Cut-off: The official course and all aid stations close at 3:00 pm.

Award: Special awards for 1st, 2nd and 3rd male and female finishers.

Train harder. Go further.