Washington Yeti 100 Mile/100K Endurance Run

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August 1st – 2nd 2021

The Palouse to Cascades trail, Washington state
6:00AM start at Torguson Park, North Bend

Pacers allowed to join you after the first time through Easton aid station. You may only have one pacer on course with you.

Aid Station locations:

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All drop bags to be collected at mandatory runners meeting. See aid station chart for drop bag locations and note that the course is an out-and-back, so drop bags can be used twice each.

Director’s notes

The East Coast version was so popular, we couldn’t resist bringing this event out to the West Coast!

The Washington Yeti 100, like it’s big sister race, is perfect for first-time 100 milers or those looking to run sub-24. The course is along an old Rails to Trails route through the central Cascades of Washington: all the views, summits, and energy without all the tough mountain climbs. The trail will take you through scree fields, valleys, and a 2.3-mile-long tunnel, all while running on crushed limestone at a grade no greater than 5% (and usually much less).

Come join us and experience the fun and magic of the Yeti trail runners, West Coast edition!

Awards: Buckles for all finishers, awards for top 3 women and men
Cut-off: 30 hours
Elevation gain: 4,500 ft
Course type: Out-and-back on Rails to Trails trail
Under the mountain: Run through the 2.3 mile-long Snoqualmie tunnel twice
Trail surface: Crushed limestone, mostly smooth surface
Race check-in & Mandatory Runners Meeting: July 31st 7 pm at (___)

All drop bags to be collected at mandatory runners meeting. See aid station chart for drop bag locations and note that the course is an out-and-back, so drop bags can be used twice each.

Registration for the Washington version of the Yeti 100 will open January 8th, 2020. For complete registration information, please sign up viz the watch list button or join our FB member group.

2 Comments

  1. Roger L. Kelley December 14, 2020 at 7:07 pm - Reply

    Hello, can you please verify the date of the Washington State 100 mile run? It is listed as July 24 on UltraSignup(and that’s what several of us are hoping fo).

    • Jason Green December 14, 2020 at 8:51 pm - Reply

      Hi Roger. The date isn’t confirmed yet as we’re still waiting on permits.

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