1. How difficult is the course? The 5k/10k/15k course is made for all ability levels. It is a 5k loop repeated once for the 10k and twice for the 15k.  There is one hill on the loop; otherwise, the course is a flat mixture of trails and asphalt.  For the obstacle run starting later, all obstacles are optional, and some obstacles have a beginner and advanced option as well.

2. For the obstacle run, is there mud, ice water, or electric shock? No. There will be sections where you crawl on the ground but no mud, ice water or electric shock obstacles.

3. Is this a charity run? Yes, after expenses have been paid for proceeds go towards Earth Runs. 

4. Gear Check? No, you may store valuables in your car and parking is located close to the start and finish line. If you took public transportation or biked ask any volunteer at registration to store the bag in the registration area.

5. I have pre-registered — now what? Come race day and head to the registration booth, where you will find your bib number waiting for you listed under your last name. We suggest arrive at least 1 hour prior to race time.

6. Chip timed? The 5k/10k/15k will be timed using a manual process.  In order to expedite our manual finish procedures, and to identify you as a race participant as opposed to one of the hundreds of general users in Magnuson Park on a usual Saturday morning, we ask that all participants use four safety pins to securely fasten their bib number to the front and center of whatever piece of clothing is your outermost garment.  The obstacle race is not timed.

7. Are there awards or medals? We do not have an official awards ceremony unless specified, but we do offer finishers medals upon request. After you have completed your event, simply ask for your medal at the finish tent or the registration shelter. 

8. Dogs allowed? Yes, please bring keep them on a leash and have the means to pick up after him/her.

9. Is day of race registration more? Yes, $10 more. To view the event pricing. Click Here.

10. Is this event awesome? Yes it is!