Welcome to the home of the McKenzie River Trail Run, Oregon’s oldest ultramarathon, run annually since 1988. Tracing a route along the beautiful McKenzie River, with two spectacular waterfalls, a lake so pristine it’s called Clear Lake, lava flows, old growth forest, numerous log bridges and the aquamarine-colored Tamolitch pool where the the river flows from an underground lava tube, the McKenzie River Trail is one of the prettiest trails in America. The race offers runners a technically challenging course with only moderate elevation gains and the inspiration of some of Oregon’s most breathtaking scenery.
The McKenzie River Trail Run is a non-profit organization dedicated to hosting a fun and challenging environmentally conscience trail running experience and supporting the Upper McKenzie community and local businesses. This is a trail run hosted by the community, for the community.
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The event is operated by McKenzie River Trail Run under a special use permit from the Willamette National Forest and is an equal opportunity provider.