The second Club Oly FALL FROLIC will take place on the Chehalis Western Trail in Olympia and Lacey.
The 5 mile event will take place on Saturday September 17, 2022, starting at Chambers Lake Trail Head, just off the Chehalis Western Trail. Start time for the 5 mile event is 9:00am.
There will be a FREE kids' race for children 12 and under starting at 8:45am
Packet pick up will be at South Sound Running, Olympia, on the day before the race - Friday September 17.
The event will be chip timed.
All participants in the 5 mile event will receive a draw string bag and a sun visor marked with the event logo. There will be prizes awarded in 10 year age group categories.
Come and take part in this exciting Fall event.
KIDS' RACE !!!!! There will be a short race for chikdren (12 years and under) at 8:45 am, before the main race starts. ENTRY FOR THE KIDS' RACE IS FREE. Sign up at packet pick up on Friday, September 16, or on morning of race.
5 MILE RACE - $35
5 MILE RACE CLUB OLY MEMBERS - $30
ENTRY AFTER ACTIVE ENTRY CLOSES - $40/$35
KIDS' RACE - FREE
This race will be the first in the CLUB OLY 2022/23 RACE SERIES. Discounted entry fee will be offered on the final race of the series to runners who have entered all events. Prizes will be offered to those with best placings across the series.
Event details and schedule
Date: Saturday September 17, 2022
Start and Finish: Chambers Lake Trail Head
Course: The race will take place on the Chehalis Western Trail.
Parking: Parking in the Chambers Lake Trail Head is VERY LIMITED. Participants will be asked to park at nearby locations.
Free Kids' Race (12 and under) - 8:45am
5 Mile Race - 9:00 am
Please arrive at the start 15 minutes before your start time.
Results will be based on chip timing.
All participants in the 5 mile event will receive an event bag and a sun visor branded with the event logo.
The Chehalis Western Trail will NOT be closed to the public during this event, so please remember to stick to the right hand side of the trail when running and respect the needs of other trail users.