Railroad Bridge

Sequim, WA

April 24th, 2021

About

Railroad Bridge is the 2nd of 5 races in the 5 Race Run the Peninsula Road Race Series.

This year, the 5K and 10K will be an out and back on the Olympic Discovery Trail. Both races will start at 9:30 am Saturday, April 24th, 2021 at Railroad Bridge, Sequim, WA.

Dates

  • Race Day: Saturday, April 24th, 2021
  • Register By: Friday, April 23rd, 2021
  • Bib Pickup: Saturday, April 24 – 15 Minutes before your starting time. Banana Way, Carlsborg, WA. 

Resources & Links

Course & Parking

2021 Live In-Person Course Change!

Due to continued construction at Railroad Bridge Park we are unable to use Railroad Bridge Park as our start / finish line. On April 24, 2021 Railroad Bridge Run is going to start / finish 1 mile west of Railroad Bridge at the intersection of Banana Way and the Olympic Discovery Trail off of Business Park Loop in Carlsborg, WA. Both the 5K and 10K routes will head east and cross over Railroad Bridge. We are working with several business on Business Park Loop to ensure that there will be ample onsite parking. We will be emailing more information in regards to race information and parking in the weeks leading up to the event.

Course Map

2021 – In-Person Course

Parking 

ON SITE PARKING AVAILABLE

  • For 2021 the onsite course is changed due to construction at Railroad Bridge Park. 
  • Parking will be at Business Park Loop in Carlsborg, WA. Severlal business have kindly opened their parking lots to us. Please following the parking marshals on where to park. 

Course Map –

Can’t use for live race on April 24, but course is all marked for virtual participants

Click below to download detailed mile by mile instructions of the entire course. 

**Note- these instructions are for the course starting and ending at Railroad Bridge. This is NOT the same on course race for the in-person 2021 event on April 24th. 

Event Swag

High Performance running race bib belt with gu / electrolite holders.

Race Video

Results

Railroad Bridge

Photos

Railroad Bridge

Travel & Lodging

LOCATION & TRAVEL

The Railroad Bridge Run takes place in Sequim, Washington on the beautiful Olympic Peninsula.  Click below to learn more about the area, directions for how to get here and what to do in the area.

LODGING

Sequim, Washington has many great lodging options. The host hotel for this event is 7 Cedars Resort and Hotel. You can find other lodging accomidations here: Loding on the Olympic Peninsula.  

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.

Events

Run the Peninsula is made up of 5 races spanning sections of the Olympic Discovery Trail from Port Townsend to Port Angeles.

Run the Peninsula

Virtual Series

Run with us on race day, or run VIRTUALLY. You have until December 31 of the same year to complete the races virtually.

Run the Peninsula is very excited to be partnering with Rain Bear Running to provide a training program that will get you ready for any or all of our races on the Olympic Peninsula or Virtually – wherever you choose to run the event.

Volunteer With Us

This event could not happen without the support of the community, our volunteers and the Peninsula Trails Coalition (Build and maintain the Olympic Discovery Trail). Run the Peninsula series takes place on the Olympic Discovery Trail, which is run by the Peninsula Trails Coalition. The Peninsula Trails Coalition is an amazing all volunteer group that helps to build, protect, grow and maintain the trail. The Peninsula Trails Coalition is a 501(c)3 Corporation registered in the State of Washington Tax ID 91-1416511.

All of the Run the Peninsula events will give back to various groups in the community. Proceeds from all of the Run the Peninsula races will go towards the Olympic Discovery Trail and other groups in the community.

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