Kill Bill's Oyster Dome Challenge 25K & 50K

Kill Bill's Oyster Dome Challenge 25K & 50K
Date Jul 6, 2024
Saturday
Distance Ultra
Course Type Trail

Race Information

Why Kill Bill? The tough ascent to Oyster Dome originally was referred to as Kill Bill Hill, not only as a reference to its unforgiving nasty climb but also as tribute to a local ultra runner Bill Ball who used the rocky, root-layered climb as a course route for Mt. Blanchard Ultra. As a tribute to Kill Bill, this race resurrects Kill Bill Hill with a few twists.

Join Northwest Endurance Events and charge up the British Army Trail like a soldier, so make it count and look good. Transverse Alternate Incline Trail with its solid vertical and sweet canopy-covered single track. Explore Blanchard Mountain trails as you transverse the mountainside to Samish Bay, pushing up Kill Bill Hill, and stopping at Oyster Dome. Down a freshly shucked oyster (it’s almost mandatory). See the sea and taste gems of the sound, all at the top of Oyster Dome. Because let’s face it, oysters are way better than GU. You'll be given a shot of water to chase it down. Carry your oyster shell to the finish.

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