Linkville Lopers Presents Lake of the Woods Run, 5K, 15K and Kids Fun Run June 8th!

On Saturday, June 8th, get ready for a 5K or 15K route at the beautiful Lake of the Woods, a mountain lake on Highway 140 between Medford and Klamath Falls located at 950 Harriman Route at Mile Marker 36.

Sign up here.

The 5K route is an out and back along paved roads. The 15K route is a loop around the lake on paved roads. Aid stations are at 1.5, 4, and 6 miles and will have water. There will be lots of goodies for finishers to munch on after they cross the finish line!

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After the run, be sure to treat your friends or family to a day of swimming, hiking, fishing, camping, boating, great food, etc. all within walking distance of the start/finish line. This year is guaranteed to be sunny and warm!

Packet pickup is Friday June 7th from 3pm to 6pm at Asana Yoga & Sole in Klamath Falls. Day of race packet pickup is also available at the race start/finish line. Even if they haven’t yet signed up, tell your friends that they can sign up for the race at Asana Yoga and Sole during packet pickup on Friday! Credit card payments will be available

Day of race registration will also be available at 8:30am. Credit card payments will be available for race day registrations at start/finish and closes 15 minutes before race starts.

5K and 15K start at 9:30am.

Kids fun run 1/4 mile race at 9:00 (registration is free starting at 8:30 am).

Lake of the Woods custom Tech Tee Shirts are available for purchase! Please note that Ultrasignup also has shirt and visor orders available. These are not associated with the event and do not include custom event logos.

Your entry fee will be used for providing scholarships to local students, donations to parks, building and maintaining trails, organizing local running events, etc through the Linkville Lopers club.

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