Many of your questions about the Haulin’ Aspen will be answered by looking through our frequently asked questions list below. If you find that your question is not answered, send us an email!
If you are feeling ill or have a fever please stay home.
All runners will wear masks at the start and finish lines.
All runners will adhere to social distancing protocols at the start and finish lines.
All staff will wear masks.
All aid station volunteers and food handlers will wear masks and gloves.
Hand sanitizer will be available at the start and finish lines.
Starts will be staggered in waves (per distance) to spread out runners.
Race is chip-timed, enabling runners to start comfortably distanced from others.
Volunteers will help direct finishers away from the finish line to avoid crowding.
To limit numbers, no spectators will be allowed in the race venue area. (Have your people volunteer!)
Food will be individually wrapped and beer available in cans.
Vendors at the finish line area will wear masks and adhere to social distancing protocols.
There will be no awards ceremony this year; winners will be recognized online only.
Absolutely! We encourage everyone to participate but ask that you choose an appropriate distance (not the marathon.) Walkers should start in the back to allow the faster runners to get through. The cutoff for official timing is 1 pm. All runners still on course after 1pm will be shuttled back to the finish area. (The full marathon course is challenging so we strongly discourage walking this course to avoid missing the 1pm cut-off time.)
We’ve spoken to many coaches about age-appropriate distances. 12 year-olds may participate in the Half As, but must run with a parent. Children must be 16 years or older to participate in the half and full marathon.
Yes, but only if you have signed your waivers online. Without your waivers signed, they will not be able to pick up your packet.
FootZone Bend on Aug. 6 from 12-6:30pm. Or race day at Wanoga Sno Park starting at 6am.
If you have your email confirmation, that is helpful in case we have trouble locating your race packet.
You can pick up your packet on race day starting at 6am, at Wanoga Sno Park.
Awards will be given out to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd overall winners (male and female) as well as the 1st, 2nd and 3rd overall Masters (40+) winners (male and female) for all distances.
All finishers receive a medal.
No, there will not be pacers.
You must complete the course by 1pm. The finish line festivities will remain open until 2pm. We will have a course sweep and you must make the Aid Station #7 by noon. If you miss the cut-off, you will be shuttled to finish area. We strongly encourage you not to walk the full marathon.
The race will be professionally timed, and results will be posted on our website no later than Sunday following race day. Results will also be available on-site after the race.
The course will be marked with colored ribbons, chalk, directional arrows and signs. Follow the ribbon color that matches your bib.
Marathon – RED course markings will be placed at mile 5, 10, 15 and 20 to the finish.
Half Marathon – GREEN course markings will be placed at mile 5, and from mile 10 to the finish.
Half-As (6.5 miles) – YELLOW course markings will be placed at mile 4 to the finish.
Adventure Medics believes in providing medical services that go beyond the status quo. Whether covering an event, supporting wildland fire operations or providing training to the public or medical professionals they like to do things a little different.
Because they have a unique advantage of being on site as a pre-positioned resource, Adventure Medics can emphasize safety and institute preventative measures to stop injuries and medical emergencies before they occur.
Should an emergency happen the staff of EMTs, paramedics and doctors are properly equipped and possess the experience to deal with the unique challenges that come with remote medical operations. Adventure Medics believes in high quality equipment and continuous training to ensure that we can field one of the most prepared medical response teams you can find.
https://www.advmedics.com | 541-639-9993
We love to run with music too! All we ask is that you consider only having your headphones in one ear and/or keep the volume of your music reasonable so you can be aware of your surroundings and other people on the course.