North Olympic Discovery Marathon
5K / 10k / Half Marathon / Marathon / Relay
Port Angeles, WA
June 4th -5th, 2022
The North Olympic Discovery Marathon is the 3rd of 5 race in the Run the Peninsula Series.
The North Olympic Discovery Marathon, Marathon Walk, Marathon Relay, Half Marathon and 10K take place on a unique point to point course that incorporates the beautiful Olympic Discovery Trail with stunning views of the Olympic Mountains and a five mile finishing stretch along the shores of the Strait of Juan de Fuca. The 5K and Kids Marathon are an out-and-back along the shores of the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
Frequent sightings of seals, eagles, and an array of shore birds are common from the trail. Iconic trestle bridges provide beautiful back drops. Salmon can be seen spawning at the Morse Creek crossing in the fall. The North Olympic Discovery Marathon is truly one of the most beautiful marathon venues anywhere.
This rails to trails course is a wide, hard surface (99% paved) trail. The course is marked at every mile and water stations are located approximately every two miles. Cool June weather can be expected – average high is 65F, average low is 49F, average mean is 57F.
The race is organized by the Port Angeles Marathon Association – a group of accomplished amateur athletes.
The Marathon is a USATF certified course and a Boston Marathon qualifier.
Parking & Shuttles
High Performance running shirt. 5K and 10K will receive a short-sleeve shirt and the half, full and relay will receive a long-sleeve 1/4 zip tech shirt.
Travel & Lodging
LOCATION & TRAVELThe North Olympic Discovery Marathon takes place in Port Angeles, WA on the beautiful North Olympic Peninsula. Click below to learn more about the area, directions for how to get here and what to do in the area.
About Run the Peninsula
The Run the Peninsula Race Series takes place on the beautiful Olympic Peninsula in Washington State. The series is made up of 5 different races. The series also has a virtual race option for all of the events if you are not able to make it out to the Olympic Peninsula for one or all of the races.