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NOVEMBER 12-13, 2022

RACE DETAILS

 

Welcome to Run The Rock, offering spectacular 50mile, 20mile, 50K and half marathon loop-style trail races within Smith Rock State Park and the Crooked River National Grasslands, located near Bend, Oregon. All courses offer amazing views of the Cascade Range - from Mt Hood in the north to Mt Bachelor in the south. You will pass the sheer rock faces at Smith Rock State Park - famous for rock climbing - and the unique beauty of the Crooked River National Grasslands. 

 

The 50mile consists of a 25.5mile loop run twice. Total elevation gain is 6600ft and 6600ft of loss. 80% of the course is on single-track trails, 20% on double track and dirt roads. There are 8 fully stocked aid stations and one minimal (unmanned) aid station.

The 50K follows much of the same loop the 50mile race uses, but a bonus is going up Misery Ridge right from the start and passing the flanks of Monkey Face. Total elevation gain is 5500ft and 5500ft of loss. 85% of the course is on single-track trails, 15% on double track and dirt roads. There are 4 fully stocked aid stations.

The 20mile course starts/finishes at Skull Hollow Campground and is the only race at Run The Rock that takes you to the top of Gray Butte. You will have fantastic views from Mt Adams in Washington State to Mt Bachelor. The course is on 80% single track and 20% double track and dirt roads. Total elevation gain is 4400ft and 4400ft of loss with 3 aid stations. 

The half marathon course has incredible views of the Cascades and Monkey Face. There is one full aid station with about 2500ft of climbing packed into 13.1 miles. 90% of the course is on single-track trails.

 

RACE DATES

Saturday, November 12, 2022 - 50M & 20M

Sunday, November 13, 2022 - 50K & Half Marathon

 

START TIMES

Check-in starts @ 5AM for the 50M and 6:30AM for the 20M

50Mile start: 6AM

20Mile start: 8AM

Check-in starts @ 6AM for the 50K and 7:30AM for the Half Marathon

50K start: 7AM

HM start: 8:30AM

RACE LOCATIONS

Smith Rock State Park - Terrebonne, Oregon

Skull Hollow Campground near Terrebonne, Oregon

 

In observance of Veteran's Day, any veteran will be given a 25% discount off registration. Please email us at Alpine Running to get the discount set up. In order to receive the discount, you must email us BEFORE registering. We are unable to reimburse afterwards. Thank you for your service!

50Mile: 

$135- April 1-May 31                                                             

$150- June  1-July 31

$165- August 1-November 1

*NO RACE DAY 

50K:

$110 - April 1-May 31

$125 - June 1-July 31

$140 - August 1-November 1

*NO RACE DAY

20Mile:

$95 - April 1-May 31

$105 - June 1-July 31

$120 - August 1-November 1

*NO RACE DAY

Half Marathon:

$80 - April 1-May 31

$90 - June 1-July 31

$100 - August 1-November 1

*NO RACE DAY

 

PARKING

50K & Half-Marathon: 

Due to limited parking and the ever-increasing popularity of Smith Rock State Park, ALL 50K and Half-Marathon participants must park off-site at our friends at DD Ranch. There will be a free shuttle and parking. 

50Mile & 20Mile:

There is no shuttle.* You will be able to park at (or near) Skull Hollow Campground.  

DIRECTIONS TO PARKING/SHUTTLE - 50K & Half-Marathon

Allow 3 hours to drive from Portland or Salem to DD Ranch. Directions from Portland and Salem.

Nearest airports are Portland (PDX) and Redmond (RDM).

DIRECTIONS TO SKULL HOLLOW CAMPGROUND (START/FINISH) - 50Mile & 20Mile

Allow 3.5 hours to drive from Portland or Salem to Skull Hollow Campground. Directions from Portland and Salem. Nearest airports are Portland (PDX) and Redmond (RDM).

ACCOMMODATIONS

There are numerous lodging options in Redmond (20 minutes), Madras (30 minutes) and Bend (45 minutes).

BIB PICKUP

Check-in starts @ 5AM for the 50M and 6:30AM for the 20M

50Mile start: 6AM

20Mile start: 8AM

Check-in starts @ 6AM for the 50K and 7:30AM for the Half Marathon

50K start: 7AM

HM start: 8:30AM

POST RACE 

Post race meal will be provided by Longboard Louie's.

AWARDS

All participants receive a sweet custom award when they finish.

The top 3 male and female finishers of each race will receive awesome prizes from our great sponsors.

BENEFICIARY

Alpine Running loves to give back to the community, and each of our races has a beneficiary. The beneficiary of Run The Rock is Ridgeview High School XC team. 

WEATHER

For weather, check HERE

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This race is held under a special use permit -and in partnership with- the Ochoco National Forest, Crooked River National Grasslands, Bureau of Land Management and Smith Rock State Park. 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.