The 10th annual trail run is a 5k/10k event (plus a free Kids’ 1k) located at Spokane’s Camp Sekani Park, a 125 acre natural park bordering beautiful Minnehaha. The run is an adventure run/hike/walk race with 100% dirt trails and fabulous course challenges with 700 feet of elevation gain for the 10k run! The trails run above the Spokane River and provide great views of the City of Spokane and surrounding areas. Proceeds benefit Franklin Elementary school’s Apple program.
9:40am - 1k Race
10:00am - 5k
10:25am - 10k
The run starts and finishes at Camp Sekani Park (6707 E Upriver Drive, Spokane, WA – click for Google Map), a 125 acre natural area just east of Minnehaha. Parking is available near course start. After entering Camp Sekani Park, follow the signs to bypass the usual parking lot and drive further into the park.
Camp Sekani was first defined in 1908 along with several Spokane parks. Sekani means “Children or Dweller of the Rocks” in Salish. During the 1920s and 1930s, Sekani was used for scouting activities. Now a large trail system managed by Spokane Parks and Rec, the area offers great trail running and mountain biking all the way up to Beacon Hill for great views of Spokane. Since the course is on a hill, it features frequent elevation changes.
The course does change slightly each year as trails are added and modified due to maintenance.
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