Keen athletes prepare for challenging local run

July 26, 2013 by  

A mental and physical endurance run is coming to the area this weekend, offering the ultimate challenge to those who are participating.

This White River 50 Mile Endurance Run takes place in the Mount Rainer shadow and offers exquisite views of the mountain and some spectacular scenic vistas. Banner printing, poster printing, and flyer printing might have been used to share information about this race with people in this community and the area.

With an elevation change of about 17,400 feet, the race features a rising race course that falls 8,700 feet and provides climbs, challenging descents, areas of technically challenging trails, travel through the northwest forest, ridge tops, and rolling terrain. The race is limited to the toughest athletes of endurance races and only 400 of them will be accepted. Prize money of $2,500 is up for grabs as well.

This race is being directed by Scott McCoubrey, who is former CEO of the Seattle Running Company and a competitive runner, as well as an expert team of race staff, including members of the Seattle Running Club’s Brian Morrison and John Wallace.

The run will be happening tomorrow, July 27, beginning at 6:00 am with registration taking place at the Crystal Mountain Resort located at 33914 Crystal Mountain Blvd, in Crystal Mountain, not for from Tacoma, Washington. To learn more about this race, the cost (which varies), or to register, please visit the White River 50 website and send an enquiry email.