1 Jun 2018
If taking a run along the beach isn’t enough for you, there’s always the Hood to Coast Washington relay!
Returning for its second year, Hood to Coast Washington, which is molded after the immensely popular Oregon race, will take runners on a 77-mile journey from the Hood Canal to Seabrook this Saturday, June 2.
The 12-leg event passes by the Olympic National Forest, the Chehalis River and Grays Harbor on the way to the beautiful Pacific Ocean. Each of the runners are required to complete two of the 12 sections.
The first participants in the event will leave the starting line at 3 a.m. Saturday, with the final participants scheduled to leave the starting line at 9 a.m.
The event is expected to bring approximately 6,000 people to the Grays Harbor County and Mason County region to participate, watch, and work at the event.
In addition, race sponsors estimate that the event will have a $1 million impact spread across Grays Harbor County and Mason County.
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