Multnomah Falls Trail Run


September 29, 2019



5.9-mile Race at 9:00am


5.9-mile Walk at 8:00am


Registration will be online October 2018

Due to the Eagle Creek wildfire of 2017, the Gorge trail system and Historic Columbia Gorge Highway will be closed during 2018 while we help the US Forest Service restore and mitigate damage, preparing the area for public use.

Wahkeena Falls Picnic Shelter

across from Wahkeena Falls Trailhead

at Historic Columbia River Gorge Highway

The Wahkeena Falls Trail / Larch Mt Trail loop, in the Columbia River Gorge, features Multnomah Falls, Ecola, Wiesendanger, Fairy, and Wahkeena Falls.

The lower sections of the course are paved trail, and the rest is on a range of smooth to technical trail of soft sod, hard-pack dirt, and rock. The lowest point is about 30 feet above sea level, and the course involves steep inclines, reaching heights of 1800 feet.

This race hosts the original Superhero Competition, where the first male and female finisher wearing a superhero costume wins a special prize. In addition, there are also overall and age-group awards, plus Eric's celebrated tortilla soup.

From I-84 eastbound, take Bridal Veil Exit #28. Go left at the stop sign, east along the Historic Columbia River Highway toward Multnomah Falls. Reach Wahkeena Falls after three miles, and turn left into the picnic area to park. From Hood River and The Dalles, heading west on I-84 toward Portland, take Ainsworth State Park Exit #35. Continue west on the Columbia River Highway for approximately five miles, a half mile beyond Multnomah Falls Lodge to reach Wahkeena Falls.Turn into the picnic area on your right to park.

USA Track and Field


US Forest Service


Pine Hollow Half Marathon


& Coyote 4-Mile

Congratulations to all the participants!

Just click on the link here for Results.

Many thanks goes out to Mt Hood Brewing Company, Camp Morrow, the Pine Hollow Lakeside Resort, X-Dog Events, Scovel Racing, USA Track & Field, and the Wamic Volunteer Fire Department.

Chris and Basil of the Fire Department have been providing us with skilled volunteers since 2005, and have made our adventures in Pine Hollow fun and worry-free. This event also could not have taken place without our great crew, so we'd like to thank everyone, including Ene, Alar, Gary, Jeanne, Brad, Gina, Doug, Christine, Angie, Aaron, Dave, Christiana, and Kevin.

June 3, 2018

9:00am at Pine Hollow Lakeside Resort

34 N Mariposa Dr, Tygh Valley, OR 97063

The hidden gem of Mt Hood's eastern watershed, Pine Hollow offers a seclusive outdoor oasis within south Wasco's desert plateau. The Pine Hollow Half Marathon & Coyote 4-Mile, along with X-Dog's Pine Hollow Paddle, invite you to take part in the Pine Hollow Experience the first full weekend of June.

The Coyote -Mile is an on-road/off-road loop adjacent to Pine Hollow Reservoir on dirt path, gravel road, and trail. The Pine Hollow Half Marathon uses this same course, plus a 9.1-mile road course of scenic, gentle rollers looping around the entire area.

Both events finish lakeside, near the start, at the Pine Hollow campground. Camping is available for Friday and Saturday night, which is recommended for ose who want to join in on Saturday's Pine Hollow Paddle, Oregon's largest Stand-Up Paddle race, and/or the post-race celebrations.

2017 finish

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