Outdoor Events Showcasing the olympic Peninsula

Founded in 2013, Peninsula Adventure Sports was created to showcase the Olympic Peninsula as one of the premier outdoor recreation destinations in the country.

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Our events brought to you in partnership with North Olympic Healthcare Network.
Promoting the benefits of healthy outdoor activities and supporting a healthy, thriving and inclusive community.

Frosty Moss Relay

Feb 26, 2022

Towering evergreens. Endless moss and ferns. Miles of waterfront. Snowcapped mountains. Need a cure for gray-season blues? Frosty Moss has you covered.

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Oat Run

April 15, 2023

Point-to-Point 12K and Half Marathon Trail Race that Traverses Kelly Ridge between the Olympic National Park and the Strait of Juan de Fuca

Gravel Unravel

May 14, 2022
June 18, 2022
July 16, 2022

Brand new Endurance Bicycle Event Series on the gravel road systems of the Olympic Peninsula. Race and Gran Fondo Divisions of multiple lengths.

Goat Run

September 10, 2022

Point-To-Point Half Marathon, Marathon, And 50K Trail Race That Traverses Kelly Ridge Between The Olympic National Park And The Strait Of Juan De Fuca.

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Big Hurt

September 24, 2022

A four-leg test of endurance, strength and tenacity intertwined with the beauty of the North Olympic Peninsula.

PNW Extreme CX Challenge (Gear)

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Sept 30-Oct 1, 2023

An exciting new cyclocross course and unique format to the region at the PNW Extreme CX Challenge. 

Through our Community Partnership with North Olympic Healthcare Network (NOHN), Peninsula Adventure Sports and Rain Bear Running Club are excited to announce a series of community Couch to 5K training classes for 2022.

Rain Bear specializes in coaching new and returning runners in a non-competitive format. The classes cater to everyone, and the training programs are customizable so that anyone can participate, regardless of fitness level or experience. Rain Bear Runner Audrey Thornburg shared, “I’ve tried running before and hated it. I was always intimidated and didn’t know how to do it right.”

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