Welcome to Oregon Cascades 100. Oregon's newest 100 mile trail run. This point-to-point hundo will take you from Bend to Sisters - two of Oregon's premier running towns - where the trails (and beer) are the best any where! This point-to-point 100 mile trail race, starting just outside of Oregon's premier running town of Bend and finishing in the idyllic mountain town of Sisters, will be an instant classic.
The race has roughly 12,000 ft of gain and 12,500ft of loss. Don't let the elevation gain fool you...it's packed into the first half of the course making this easy-on-paper race much harder than expected! The Bend side offers smooth, flowing single track in the shadow of Mount Bachelor before dropping onto some rugged terrain as you begin your descent into Sisters Country. The course consists of 90% single-track trails and 14 full aid stations with awesome single track trails and views. You will have 32 hours to finish. The race is a Western States qualifier!
August 27-28, 2022
*Please note, no shuttle. We recommend parking at
the finish in Sisters and arranging a ride to the start in Bend.*
BIB PICK-UP & DROP-BAGS - MANDATORY
Friday, August 26 from 4PM-7PM at Cascades Lakes Brewing Company - Bend
Deadline for drop bags 7PM.
No drop bags will be accepted after this time.
*No day of race bib pickup. Please bring drop bags to bib pickup.
RACE START TIME
$325 - January 1-January 31
$375 - February 1-April 30
$395 - May 1-August 25
No day of race registration
* adidas Terrex Technical tee included with your registration*
Each official finisher will receive a sweet buckle.
The following will be awarded to the top 3 women & top 3 men:
1st place - $1000
2nd place - $500
3rd place - $250
There are numerous options in Sisters and Bend.
Allow 30 minutes travel time between Bend and Sisters.
Nearest airport is Redmond (RDM).
As with any race in the mountains, the weather can change quickly. Be prepared for all conditions and check the weather a few times within the week leading up to the race. Sisters, Oregon weather.
This race is held under a special use permit -and in partnership with- the Deschutes National Forest. In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Alpine Running, LLC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.