|Marathon||Sunday, October 21, 2018||8:00am|
|Half Marathon||Sunday, October 21, 2018||9:30am|
|Half Marathon Relay | 2 ppl||Sunday, October 21, 2018||9:30am|
|Half Marathon Walk||Sunday, October 21, 2018||9:30am|
|Dog Half Marathon||Sunday, October 21, 2018||9:30am|
Experience one of the country’s most spectacular and breathtaking marathons. Begin your run on the historic Columbia River Highway with its colorful fall foliage, pass by waterfalls and enjoy amazing vistas. Pass through the small town of Mosier then wind your way up to the turn around at Rowena Viewpoint which offers incredible views both to the east and west of the Columbia River Gorge. Finish your marathon on the banks of the Columbia River!
Why We Love It
Hood River is located on Columbia Gorge River, which splits the Oregon and Washington state lines. It is known for windsurfing, Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris wines, microbreweries, apple and pear orchards, alpaca farms and Hood Mountain.
Free (or Almost Free) Stuff To Do
|Columbia River Gorge Scenic Area|
A 4,000 ft (1,219 m) deep river canyon stretching 80-miles (129 km) along the Oregon and Washington state lines. Activities: bike, camp, drive, fish, hike, horseback, kiteboard, picnic, windsurf.
A popular volcano within the Cascade Mountain Range. It is home to glacier peaks and is the highest point in Oregon. Activities: bike, camp, fish, hike, horseback, off-road, picnic.
A 35-mile (56 km) loop of fruit stands, vineyards, and alpaca farms for viewing, sampling, and purchasing.
|High - 64°F (18°C)||Low - 38°F (3°C)|
Portland International Airport (PDX)