This race is mostly single-track, and sweet single-track at that. We’re talking almost 200 miles of riverside, lakeside, forest-bathing, dirt trail. You climb and descent 26,200 feet. 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 race also includes sections from the Oregon Timber Trail’s Kalapooya section including Timpanogas and little Indigo lakes, and even incorporates one of Oregon's hidden gems, the North Umpqua River trail, to create an amazing 200-mile race (actually 204 miles). This an adventure that will take you through some of the best of the Willamette and Umpqua National Forests with a route that is very crew-accessible and crew-friendly. This race is an out-and-back with 26,200 feet of gain and loss.
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