Oakridge Triple Summit Challenge Race Day Elevation Alpine Trail

Day One: Alpine Westfir

September 24, 2021, 20k, 2,800 ft Elevation Gain

Starting near the Westfir Covered Bridge, just before the trailhead, this out and back race begins at 1,050 feet in elevation and will climb to 3,385 feet at the highest point. Nearly all of the race is a single-track trail with a section of gravel road near the top. There will be an aid station at the top that you will hit at mile 5.7 (highest point) and mile 6.7. This will be the only aid station of this race. You will feel the burn with this race as it features 2,800 feet of total elevation gain. Drinks and food will be available once you finish the race.

This race is dog friendly! There will be treats and water provided at each aid station and will have dog awards at the conclusion of each race. There is a 5 dog limit per event, so please be sure to check in with us before bringing your pup!

Directions: From Eugene: Head south on I5 until you get to the Highway 58 exit. Take the Highway 58 Exit. You will be on Highway 58 for approximately 30 miles. Take the Westfir cut off on your left. Take your next left toward Westfir and cross the Westfir Covered Bridge. Parking available in the park.

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Oakridge Triple Summit Challenge Dead Mountain Race Profile 2020

Day Two: Dead Mountain Ascent

September 25, 2021, 30k, 3,100 ft Elevation Gain

You will start at the Amphitheater at Greewaters Park, and will run west toward the trail. The trail will lead you under Highway 58. You will continue to run on this flat gravel trail, which will take you under another road. After this, you will connect with the Salmon Creek Trail. You will continue on the Salmon Creek Trail until you cross a road onto the Dead Mountain Trailhead.This will be your first aid station, and is also where you will start the long climb.You will continue to climb on the Dead Mountain Trail where you will hit your second aid station at the 7 mile mark. You will continue to climb until you hit the Dead Mountain Summit, and your third aid station. From here you will take a left and run down to Devils Backbone. Here you will receive an uninterrupted view of the Willamette National Forest. The view will give you an appreciation of your hard efforts to get to the top. This race will have three different aid stations that you will hit a total of six times.

After your race, make sure to reward yourself with a cold beverage, food, and fun! Awards for the entire weekend as well as raffles will take place after the race!

This race is dog friendly! There will be treats and water provided at each aid station and will have dog awards at the conclusion of each race. There is a 5 dog limit per event, so please be sure to check in with us before bringing your pup!

Directions: From Eugene: Head on I5 South. Take Highway 58 Exit Toward Oakridge. Continue east on Highway 58 through the town of Oakridge. Take a right at the Greenwaters Park sign just east of Oakridge. Parking available in the park.

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Oakridge Triple Summit Challenge Larison Rock Race Profile

Day Three: Larison Rock Ascent

September 26, 2021, 15k, 2,600 ft Elevation Gain

The second race of this series will start at Greenwaters Park. You will take a right over the bridge and run on the Greenwaters trail for about a half mile when you will turn right on a gravel road. After a short distance on the gravel, you will see the Larison Rock Trailhead on your left. This trail gradually climbs for another 3.5 miles until you hit a road crossing. At this point (4.5 miles) you will hit your first aid station. You will then proceed to run another .5 miles to the summit of Larison Rock at 3,558 feet in elevation. You will touch the rock at the summit and start making the descend down. At the end you will cut the flat section short and proceed to the most direct path back to the Amphitheater.

This race features a spectacular view at the top of Larison Rock, as well as over 2,600 feet of elevation gain. You will hit the aid station two times. 

This race is dog friendly! There will be treats and water provided at each aid station and will have dog awards at the conclusion of each race. There is a 5 dog limit per event, so please be sure to check in with us before bringing your pup!

Directions: From Eugene: Head on I5 South. Take Highway 58 Exit Toward Oakridge. Continue east on Highway 58 through the town of Oakridge. Take a right at the Greenwaters Park sign just east of Oakridge. Parking available in the park.

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