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Jun
24
Sat
Mt Adams Country Bicycle Tour @ Trout Lake School
Jun 24 @ 2:00 pm – Jun 25 @ 12:00 am

The southern slopes of Mt. Adams in June are a pedaling paradise with good roads, exceptional weather, cool temps, easy to challenging rides and unequaled vistas against the glorious snow-clad backdrop of magnificent Mt Adams. The Mt Adams Country Bicycle Tour is the perfect chance to explore the area with other riders enjoying the fresh mountain air and spectacular views from two-wheels.

The annual Mt. Adams Country Tour (MACBT) just gets better every year. The tours follow country roads with minimal traffic, winding through some of the most beautiful countryside around. The rides are fully sag and safety supported, with well-marked routes, rest/snack stops, lunch for century riders and dinner for everyone. Choose from four tour options:

11½-MILE FAMILY FUN RIDE is a leisurely loop through the beautiful Trout Lake Valley with panoramic views of Mt. Adams and Mt. Hood. 240’ elev. gain. Check-In/Registration: 10am to noon.

51-MILE VALLEY LOOP first takes you south to BZ Corner, then a gradual 6½-mile climb to Glenwood passes through spectacular rural and farmland scenery, past Conboy Lake Wildlife Refuge with many glimpses of Mt. Adams and possible sightings of elk, deer and migratory birds. The route then loops back through pine forest into the Trout Lake Valley. 2,700′ total elevation gain. Check-In/Registration: 8-11am

54-MILE FOREST LOOP starts with a challenging 14½-mile climb (2,000′ gain), including a short 10% grade, followed by a long downhill ride with waterfalls, creeks, eagles and all the majesty this special country provides. From there a 10-mile climb to Big Tire Junction precedes a downhill ride you’ll never forget back to Trout Lake. 3,800′ total elevation gain. Check-In/Registration: 7-10am

105-MILE INFINITY RIDE begins with the Green Loop, then a stop at Heavenly Grounds for lunch, before continuing on the Yellow Loop to complete your century+ ride. Total 6,500′ elevation gain. Check-In/Registration: 7-10am

Ride fees: 11½-mile Family Fun Ride – $15 by May 31st, $20 after June 1st.
51, 54 or 105 mile rides – $55 by May 31st, $65 after June 1st.

Prices include Post Ride Feast. A light lunch is included for the 105 mile ride. T-shirts are NO LONGER included in the registration fee for any routes.  Ride T-Shirts and additional Post Ride Meals for non-riding guests may be purchased separately.

Additional information, online registration, and route maps at www.TroutLakeWashington.com


The Mt Adams Country Bike Tour is a major fund raising event organized by the non-profit Trout Lake Area Business Association to help support community charity and service groups, school programs, area fire departments, the local grange, etc. With your help we hope to do even better this year! For more information please contact Dr. Rick Allen at DrRick@CascadeWellnessClinic.com or by phone at (509) 395-0024 or (503) 803-2766 (cell).

Jul
15
Sat
Wild Woman Trail Run @ Gifford Pinchot National Forest
Jul 15 @ 7:00 am

The 6th annual Wild Woman Trail Marathon, Relay, and 50K is a trail run created by and for women. Enjoy the fabulous network of trails at the base of Mt. Adams in Trout Lake, Washington. This is an endorphin-filled weekend for women who like to run trails, do yoga, eat local, camp-out (optional) and enjoy the company of girlfriends.

Wild Woman Marathon has all the ingredients for an untamed weekend: good trails, good food, and great women. Friendship in Fitness. Consider this an invitation to all the wild women who like to run long, play hard, and eat locally.

We live (and run) up, down, and even around the base of Mt. Adams (a 12,276-foot volcano). For the past few years, long runs (road and trail) have provided us with an opportunity to reconnect with girlfriends from Austin to Boston, Seattle to Eugene. We’ve traded life stories over plates of pre-run pasta and post-run pinot gris.

We decided it was time to return the favor, and hold a women’s trail run in our backyard and invite gals from all over to run with us. Not everyone wants to run a marathon or an ultra, so that’s why we are offering a relay with legs ranging in difficulty and distances of 4.6 to 8 miles.

Betsy & Steph at Smith Rocks 50K 2016

  • Individuals or relay teams of up to four.
  • Feast on a fabulous lunch of local foods.
  • Post-run yoga and water trough plunge
  • Easy camping, Mt. Adams view, big starry night sky.

Come find your inner wild on the flanks of Mt. Adams.
For more information visit http://www.wildwomanmarathon.com/
Steph and Betsy

Every year we choose a local non-profit to support. This year, we help victims of domestic violence get back up on their feet to live a safe and healthy life by donating a portion of our proceeds to Helping Hands Against Violence. Helping Hands is a non-profit organization in Hood River, Oregon which supports victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking through shelter, advocacy, education and outreach. For more information Helping Hands Against Violence