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The Teanaway

Teanaway Trail run
5k, 10k, Half Marathon, Marathon    
Sunday, June 1st, 10:00am Start
It's always sunny in The Teanaway!
Purchased by Washington State in 2013, The Teanaway Community Forest is the first of its kind in the state of Washington. Its unique designation is meant to protect the wilderness while giving local groups a say in the land's management, and is a testament to the passion that outdoor enthusiasts have for this Ponderosa Pine-filled valley. Nestled between Wenatchee National Forest and farmland, The Teanaway is an oasis for rare wolf packs, wildflowers, and spotted owls. 
We at Northwest Trail Runs are excited to invite you to this sunny valley, to a truly wild trail run, and catch a peek of Mt. Stuart along the way.
UPDATE! We are offering special Teanaway tech t-shirts of the above artwork that you can add to your registration. This tech shirt will be available by PRE-ORDER ONLY.
Super Early / Early / Regular / Day-Of-Event
5k: $23 / 26 / 29 / 35
10k: $27 / 30 / 34 / 40
Half Marathon: $34 / 39 / 43 / 50
Marathon: $41 / 46 / 51 / 60
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Course description
The course follows primarily dirt logging roads of various ages, through scattered forest, a few meadows, and past sandstone slabs. At times you can catch a peek into neighboring valleys. There is moderate elevation gain, as is listed below.
Half Marathoners run one full loop and Full Marathoners run the full loop twice. 10k and 5k runners take a shortcut on the loop as indicated on the map.
  • 5k: 280 feet (85m)
  • 10k: 675 feet (205m)
  • Half Marathon: 1410 feet (403m)
  • Marathon: 2820 feet (860m)
Aid Stations
  • The 10k will have an aid station at 2.2 miles (3.6km)
  • The Half Marathon will have an aid station at 2.2 and 7.7 miles (3.6 and 12.4km)
  • The Marathon will have an aid station at 2.2, 7.7, 13.1, 15.4, and 20.9 miles (3.6, 12.4, 21.1, 24.7, 33.6km)
8:00am - Marathon start
9:00am - Half Marathon start
10:00am - 5k & 10k start
3:30pm - Course closes
Enter your starting location in this Google Map to get directions to the start.
Make it a beautiful weekend by camping at West Fork Teanaway Campground! Here's a map of the entrance. This is a free campground with pit toilets and no running water or power. There are not designated camping spots, just a lot of flat, open space for you to pitch your tent. West Fork Teanaway Campground (showing as "Teanaway Campground" on Google Maps) was formerly operated by American Forest Resources and was recently transfered to the state within the new Teanaway Community Forest designation.
Safety and Trail Etiquette
The trails will be open to other users during the event, including pedestrians with pets, and cyclists. 

Participants are responsible for their own safety while participating, and the organizers are neither qualified nor equipped to render medical care in the event of a serious injury. In case of an emergency, call 9-1-1. You are encouraged to bring a cell phone with you as a safety precaution, if you wish.

Where the trails are narrow, please let other participants pass you if they want to get by. It is a passing runner's job to tell the person in front that they wish to pass.


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