Timberline Trail Running Club

Timberline Trail Running Club

Original race courses and true Oregon craft-brewed events.





Pine Hollow Half Marathon June 3, 2018



August 12, 2018: The Timberline Mt Run has been replaced by the Timberline Mt Memorial Run



Multnomah Falls Trail Run September 30, 2018







Timberline Trail Running Club


Pine Hollow Half Marathon


& Coyote 4-Mile

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.

Camping is included at the Pine Hollow Lakeside Resort as long as you stay in the designated Event area. And check out xdogevents.com for more info on the Pine Hollow Paddle!

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Timberline Mt Memorial Run


2.5-mile and 5-mile course

August 12, 2018

10am at Timberline Lodge

27500 E Timberline Road

Government Camp, OR 97028

The US Forest Service  has decided to no longer permit "commercial" events at or around Timberline Lodge because the area receives "too many visitors." If you have questions, the Zig Zag District Ranger Bill Westbrook at 503.622.2001 or 503.622.3191 is looking for additional input.

However, we have an open invitation, as long as we do not charge a fee, to host any kind of event on USFS public land. To that extent, we will be holding a Timberline Mt Memorial Run in memory of the NW Mt Running Championships, the Great NW Mountain Run, and the Timberline Mt Run.

We will meet at the Y'Bar balcony (up the outside staircase of the Wy'East Lodge) and hold the Start and Finish close by at the Mountaineer Trail 798 trailhead. The race will not be timed, and the course will not be marked. The course will simply be the entirety of Mountaineer Trail 798, up the eastern ridge to the Silcox Hut and across the chairlifts of Lower Palmer and Upper Magic Mile, and then down the western ridge, following Mountaineer Trail 798 across the Timberline Trail, and continuing down and west, back to Timberline Lodge. At this point, the 2.5-mile loop can be completed, or you can turn left, running alongside the Lodge to the Timberline Trail, and run it west (left), back to the intersection of Mountaineer Trail 798. Here, you will turn right, following the trail back up to the 7000-foot elevation mark and east across the two chairlifts and the Silcox Hut before following the trail back down to the Start/Finish. A post-event celebration will take place in Government Camp at Mt Hood Brewing Company.

          email us at timberlinetrail at gmail if you plan on attending


Multnomah Falls Trail Run


5.9-mile Race at 9:00am


5.9-mile Walk at 8:00am

September 30, 2018

Wahkeena Falls Picnic Shelter

across from Wahkeena Falls Trailhead

at Historic Columbia River Gorge Highway

Our course, the Wahkeena Falls Trail / Larch Mt Trail loop, is the crown jewel of the Columbia River Gorge, featuring 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.

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Mt Hood Brewing Company

USA Track and Field

US Forest Service

X-Dog Events

Scovel Racing

Oregon Active

Pine Hollow Lakeside Resort

Camp Morrow

Wamic Fire Department

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