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YETI 100 Mile Endurance Run Washington

Intermediate

Trail

98.9 mile 159.2 kilometer out and back
96% Runnable
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 7,793' 2,375 m
Descent: -7,793' -2,375 m
High: 3,973' 1,211 m
Low: 448' 136 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 3% (2°)
Max Grade: 58% (30°)

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Overview

The East Coast version was so popular, we couldn't resist bringing this event out to the West Coast! The Washington Yeti 100, like it's big sister race, is perfect for first-time 100 milers or those looking to run sub-24.

The course is along an old Rails to Trails route through the central Cascades of Washington: all the views, summits, and energy without all the tough mountain climbs. The trail will take you through scree fields, valleys, and a 2.3-mile-long tunnel, all while running on crushed limestone at a grade no greater than 5% (and usually much less).

Come join us and experience the fun and magic of the Yeti trail runners, West Coast edition!

Description

Date: August 1-2, 2020
Where: The Palouse to Cascades Trail, Washington State
Start time: 6:00 am
Start/Finish: Torguson Park, North Bend
Awards: Buckles for all finishers, awards for top 3 women and men
Cut-off: 30 hours
Elevation gain: 4,500 ft
Course type: Out-and-back on Rails to Trails trail
Under the mountain: Run through the 2.3 mile-long Snoqualmie Tunnel twice
Trail surface: Crushed limestone, mostly smooth surface

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Photos

A small tributary cascades near its confluence with Humpback Creek.
Jun 29, 2017 near Riverbend, WA
A nice little trail side blossom near Rattlesnake Lake
Sep 15, 2018 near Riverbend, WA
Annette Lake and McClellan Butte trail sign.
May 6, 2015 near Riverbend, WA
A wet leaf on a wet Autumn morning
Dec 7, 2019 near Riverbend, WA
Small waterfalls and streams are just off the trail, offering an opportunity to refill (treatment recommended) or just cool off!
Dec 10, 2018 near Riverbend, WA
Great views abound from the trail of all the mountains along the I-90 corridor. This is likely Bandera Mountain.
Dec 10, 2018 near Riverbend, WA

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