Saturday, April 26, 2025

Run-Course Map

Walk-Course Map

Start Time Schedule


  1. Reminder this is an unsupported race. Pack all the essentials of food, water, first aid, and clothes for warm, cold, rain, and snow.  Download the course maps ahead of time, and make sure you have a full tank of gas at the start of the race.
  2. Start times are based on the predicted times you provided.  Please be at the start line at least 15 minutes early for final instructions.
  3. Remember to download the map before leaving town. There is no service for most of the route. 
  4. We have a new starting-line staging parking lot this year. It is at ADAPT, just next door to the old parking lot.  We could not do this event without the support of the businesses and communities along the way.  KPIC has shared their parking lot with us for 45 years.  Last year they sold the building.  We are so fortunate to have had their support for as long as we have.  We will have a slightly longer walk to the starting line.  A good warmup!
  5. The first teams will finishing at the Coos History Museum at approximately 3:30 pm.  The bulk of the teams should be arriving at the finish at approximately 4:30 pm.  Awards will start at 5:15 pm and the finish line will start to pack up at approximately 6 pm. 
  6. IF for some reason, your team is not going to finish by 6:00 pm, please drive to the finish so you can get a beverage donated by 7-Devils and a burrito.  Family and friends can purchase beverages. Burritos will be available for $16. Yum!
  7. We will be having the Spirit Award again.  Bring all the cowbells (and bubbles, and music, and markers . . .) and vote for the team with the most spirt.
  8. Lookingglass store will be opening early for us, we encourage the participants to swing in and support them.  They will have the coffee on! Quaint and special, they enjoy watching the runners come through in the morning.  
  9. The Roto-Rooter teams of Roseburg and Coos Bay have been donating us port-a-potties all these years as well.  This is a donation of significant value.  The farmers appreciate us NOT using their fields for potty breaks.
  10. Dora Library will be open for us to use their bathrooms, wash our hands, and access cellular service.  Please stop in and say hello.   
  11. Fairview Church has also been a key stop along the way.  Such a beautiful little church with a bathroom available.  
  12. The finish line and post-race party space will again be at the Coos History Museum.  At the finish line, you will be greeted by a finish line arch donated by First Community Credit Union and the team from Camp Millennium.  They will trade your timing sheets for medals, meal, and beverage tickets.  PLEASE REMEMBER to vote for the team with the most spirt – and bring all the cowbells to compete yourselves!
  13. Our other sponsors are Advanced Health, 7-Devils Brewery, Epuerto, Wild Coast Running Company, Campbell Global, and Farr’s Hardware.  Buy local and thank them for their support!


68-mile run or 24-mile walk relay.  Who says long-distance running is a lonely sport?  Grab some friends and start cheering!

Race Description

Beautiful course on quiet country roads along a river featuring waterfalls, big trees, and serious hills.  This is a 68-mile, 5 person running team or 24-mile, 4 person walking team. Staggered start depending on predicted finishing time.  The slowest running teams (or those who want to get more value for money) will start at 6AM.  Runners start at KPIC-TV parking lot in Roseburg, walkers start in Laverne Park, Coquille.

The race will finish at the Coos Bay History Museum (1210 N. Front Street, Coos Bay).  There will be free dinner and a 7-Devils beer (thanks 7-Devils!) for all participants.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT REGISTERING:   All registration is on-line (sorry, it just got too much to enter everything and, well, you guys run better than you write).  The team captain will enter a team name and pay for the entire team.  Team members must register themselves (find your team by scrolling under “Select Existing Group/Team”) and enter estimated times for 10k (68-mile run) or 1 mile (24-mile walk) distances so we can provide your team with an accurate start time.  Registration closes April 1.

No race-day registration.


Each team is responsible for providing their own maps (we recommend downloading onto your phone) and will be responsible for directing their own runners.  There are minimal course markings along the way, but plan to direct your own runners.  Bring plenty of water, food, and enthusiasm.

There are a couple of places with port-o-potties (and a couple of  flush toilets!) along the route, but other than that, we have organized strategically placed bushes and trees along the route.  Please be respectful of private property.  If you need a bush, please find one at least 100 feet away from streams to keep our fishery healthy.


Sure you’re having a good time, but you’re also doing good in our community.  Proceeds benefit Camp Millennium, dedicated to providing summer camp to children with cancer.  In 2019, we donated almost $3,000.


Results are posted here.


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