Join us on August 25th, 2018 to crown the fastest man and woman up Mt. Si. This is a very special event and first of its kind to be hosted on the iconic Mt. Si. Time to put your skills to the test.
**We will be taking morning of sign-ups**
August 25, 2018 - August 25, 2018
Mt. Si is one of the most hiked mountains in the state of Washington and we are out to find the fastest person to the top. Join us for this iconic and one of a kind race!
The course will begin at the start of the Mt. Si Trail and the finish line will be at the bottom of the Haystack. The course will be approximately 4 miles and include over 3,300 vertical feet of climbing.
Venue Staging Area
We will set up Racer Check In and have our Pre-Race Meeting at the Mt. Si Trail Head
7:00AM - 8:00AM Racer Checkin at Mt. Si Trailhead (accepting morning of sign-ups)
8:30AM Race Start
10:30AM Racer Cut-Off
11:00AM-2:00PM After Party at Pro Ski Service
1:00PM Awards Ceremony and Raffle
We will have First Aid and Aid Stations at the beginning of the course, approximately half way up and at the finish line.
Open Men, Open Women, 18 & Under Men, 18 & Under Women, 40-49 Men, 40-49 Women, 50+ Men, 50+ Women, Best Dressed
Previous Times to Beat
Check out these times from the last race up Mt. Si. Do you think you can beat them?
Podiums & Prizes
Prizes and awards will be handed out to the top three finishers in each category.
Each participant will recieve a race packet with goodies from our amazing sponsors ($70+ Value)! Custom Race BOGO Gear Tweener Hat, CLIF Bars, Handheld Hydropack SOFTFLASK™ 500 ML Bottle, Food & Drink Tickets for the after party as well as 20% Off one full priced item at Pro Ski & Mountain Service.
Can't spend the day racing, but want to help out? We are looking for a group of volunteers for a variety of posts throughout the day. Please fill out our Volunteer Form by CLICKING HERE and someone will be in touch shortly.
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