Timberline Marathon Run and Walk
Saturday, September 19, 2009 Mt. Hood, Oregon
2009 registration is closed.
COURSE UPDATE AUGUST 18, 2009
Due to the newly designated wilderness area on the east side of Mt. Hood the Timberline Marathon is no longer able to utilyze the Pacific Crest Trail from Timberline Lodge to Frog Lake. The 2009 Timberline Marathon will start at Clackamas Ranger Station, complete two spectacular loops around Timothy Lake and finish back at Clackamas Ranger Station.
START TIME is 8:30AM.
Be sure to pre-register for a rejuvenating post-race massage! Details are at the bottom of this page.
Marathon WEB entry…….$65 (+ fee)
Marathon MAIL entry …..$70
Includes:T-shirt and finisher medal
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Awards – Awards will be presented to the top three male and female finishers. Age groups awards will be presented three deep on each of the following age ranges: 16-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70 and over. All participants will receive the coveted Timberline Marathon T-shirt and a custom FINISHER MEDAL.
Registration – Registration is limited to the first 400 participants. This is a very popular race so sign up as early as you can. Online registration closes September 16, 2009 at 8:00PM PST. Mail-in registration must be received by September 16, 2009. A mail-in form may be downloaded from our website. THERE IS NO RACE DAY REGISTRATION.
Course Time Limit – Participants must be capable of completing the course in less than 6 1/2 hours.
Packet Pick-up – Packet pick-up will race morning from 7:00AM – 8:30AM at Clackamas Ranger Station.
Parking & Transportation – Event parking is along Skyline Rd 42 just south of the finish area at Clackamas Ranger Station which is 10 miles down Skyline Road from the intersection with Highway 26. DO NOT park north of Clackamas Ranger Station or your vehicle will be towed. The race start and finish is within walking distance of the vehicle parking area.
Course Support – Participants are required to carry their own nutrition and hydration supplies. There will be four aid stations on the course with energy bars and/or gel, water and sports drink – as well as refreshments in the finish area. Racers may refill hydration containers at the aid stations. If you are allergic to bee stings, it is strongly advised that you carry your emergency medication with you. Yellow jackets are particularly active this time of year.
Race packets will include your bib number, safety pins and a timing chip. You are responsible for turning in your timing chip at the finish or you will be charged $20 for chip replacement. We are no longer including a course map, event schedule/information and rules in the packets but they are available for you to download here.
info & rules
Massage after your competition can help in the recovery process and focuses mainly on restoring circulation. What a great way to congratulate yourself after a demanding day! Danielle and a team of licensed massage therapists will be available after the race for either table or chair massages – depending on what muscles need attention. All athletes who receive a massage will be entered into a drawing for a free one hour massage.
Massage services may be pre-paid when you register online, or with your mail-in entry. Race day payment may be made with cash or check.
15 minute massage
$20 race day
30 minute massage
$40 race day
Rogue Multi-Sport, LLC is a permittee of the Mt. Hood National Forest.
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