• Registration for 2020 is no longer available due to Washington state regulations for events concerning the Coronavirus. We do not know at this time if we will reschedule in 2020 or just wait for next year.
  • We do not have an age limit.  Parents are responsible to judge their child’s ability and skill level.  Any participant under 18 years of age wishing to enter a competitive category must have a signed Parental Permission to Compete form.  Any Youth (12 and Under) wishing to participate in any category without an accompanying  adult, must have a Parental Waiver signed with registration. However, parents are still responsible for the safety and actions of their children.
  • There will be a Competitive Jackpot Race with a Men’s Division and a Women’s Division. A cash pot will be divided by percentage to the first 5 places of each Division.
  • The Open Obstacle Course is open to everyone who registers for it. There is no age limit, but an adult must accompany any participant age 12 and under unless a Parental Wavier has been obtained.  It is not a competition and there are no penalties. All participants will have Unlimited Run (and unlimited FUN) for about 3 hours.
  • The Obstacle Team Challenge  requires a team of 4 persons. This is a competition.  Each team will compete in a short timed course consisting of obstacles that must be completed as a team.
  • The Team Trail Challenge will also require a team of 4 persons.  This is a competition.  This will be a trail run that must be started and finished as a team, with checkpoints along the way.
  • The Competitive Jackpot Trail Race  is a 10K and will have a Men’s Division and a Women’s Division. A cash pot will be divided by percentage to the first 5 places of each Division.
  • The Open Trail Course is an individual event with a 5K or 10K option. This will be a trail run only, with no man-made obstacles, but will cover a wide variety of terrain.  This is not a competition.
  • The K9 Trail Course will be a special heat for those who want to do the trail course with their furry running buddy.  Participants may choose the 5K or 10K option.  Dogs must be on a leash at all times. This is not a competition.
  • Every participant will get a free T-shirt.  However, due to printing logistics, if you register after April 5, your size may not be available.
  • The Spectator Area will have close up viewing of the Start and Finish. We also plan to provide LIVE coverage of remote areas of the course on a big screen within the Spectator Area.  Provided seating is limited, so please bring your own seating, and a shade/rain cover if you like.  Concessions/vendors will be available.
  • Water and snacks will be provided for the participants at stations on the course. 
  • A potluc-style food area will be available for Volunteers and Participants. Food vendors will also be on site.
  • We will have porta potties, a clean up area with FREE HOT SHOWERS, and changing rooms.  There should be plastic bags available for wet clothes, but you may want to bring your own just in case.
  • There will be one main aid station with EMT’s on site.
  • Parking is FREE with your registration.  We should have plenty of parking close to registration. There will also be a gear check available for your convenience.
  • Camping passes are available for $15 for the weekend.


  1. Bring a good attitude. Encourage others. Have fun!
  2. Be considerate, courteous, and respectful on, and off, the course.
  3. For the Open Obstacle Course, try to follow the course as laid out on your first run.  You have a long run time, so you can go back to any of the obstacles you like after your first run. You may skip any obstacle that you are not comfortable with.
  4. Management reserves the right to ask anyone to leave for inappropriate  behavior.
  5. Please do not enter any building unless it is CLEARLY MARKED as part of the event, such as “REGISTRATION”, “CHANGING ROOM”, etc.  Please be respectful of fenced off or ribbonned off areas.
  6. Parents/Guardians are responsible for the behavior, whereabouts, and actions of their children.
  7. Youth who are 12 and under must be accompanied on the course at all times by an adult who is 18 or over unless a Parental Waiver has been obtained.  This person will be responsible for determining if the youth should attempt an obstacle or go around. This person is responsible to make sure the youth gets through the course safely.
  8. Pets must be on leashes at all times. You are responsible to remove your pet’s waste from any Spectator/Parking/Course area. 
  9. A Liability Release must be signed by each participant before he/she is allowed on the course.  Any participant under 18 must also have a parent/guardian signature before entering the course. Any participant under 18 wishing to enter a competitive category must also have a Parental Permission to Compete form signed.

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