Healthy Parks, Healthy People
2017 Lewis and Clark Trail Run Series
The 2017 Lewis and Clark Trail Run Series will include three events along beautiful forested trails. All events are open to walkers and runners of all ages and provide the opportunity to experience the northwest coast the way people have for thousands of years - on footpaths.
Purchase an Annual Park pass for $20 that grants entry into all of the trail events and usage of the trails and the park. The entrance fees of the park are used to create and maintain the trails for everyone's enjoyment.
Saturday March 25, 2017An approximately 5k or a 10k course that features the Kwis Kwis Trail. The 10k run will include some long steep sections. The start/finish line will be at the Fort to Sea Trail trailhead off of Fort Clatsop Road. Allow time to park at one of the Fort Clatsop Visitor Center parking lots, register at the visitor center, and then enjoy a 1/2 mile warm-up hike on the Fort to Sea Trail to the start line prior to the 10:00 a.m. start.
5k & ½ Marathon
Saturday July 1st, 2017
An approximately 4 mile walk/run or run a half-marathon course along a variety of the park’s trails. Both courses will include some long hilly sections. The routes are not accessible for most wheelchairs or strollers. Please, no pets. The start line will be at the replica of Fort Clatsop.
Half marathon map
South Slough Scramble
Saturday September 30th, 2017
Runners and hikers can register for one of two options – a roughly 3-mile “short loop” and a 5.5-mile “long loop.” Both loops will take participants along South Clatsop Slough, through bottomlands, into the coastal hills and along the Netul River. The loops have great views of Saddle Mountain and cross a number of scenic boardwalks and bridges.
There’s no pre-registration – just show up the day of the scramble from 9 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. to sign a waiver. The route is not accessible for a wheelchair or stroller. Please, no pets. The event will be held rain or shine.
Half marath run or 6K walk/run times & results
Last updated: July 25, 2017