About Haulin' Aspen
Mountain Trail Running Has Never Been Better
No pavement here. Featuring a full all-trail marathon, a half marathon and a 6.5-mile course (dubbed the “Half As”), the Haulin’ Aspen features beautiful trails that wind through the Deschutes National Forest, showcasing some epic views. With varying terrain and elevation, the cool wooded pine setting provides a challenging and exciting experience. Make it a destination this summer – Bend and the Cascades welcome you!
The Haulin’ Aspen prides itself on being a lot of good things at once.
What does Haulin’ Aspen have to offer?
- Start and finish at beautiful Wanoga Sno Park (elevation 5500ft)
- Spectacular single track, double track and forest service roads
- Great swag and custom locally-designed finisher’s medal
- Three distances to suit everyone in your crew
- Top-notch event and medical staff on site for for any needed assistance
- Stocked aid stations for your refreshment
- Benefit for local nonprofit, Bend Endurance Academy
- Post-race celebration with craft beers and scrumptious food!
Experience for yourself why Trail Runner Magazine voted Bend the #1 Top Trail Town and featured the Haulin’ Aspen as a top race in Central Oregon.
Gear & Swag
2021 Finisher Medal
Travel & Lodging
Lodging in Bend
Best Western Premier Peppertree Inn at Bend will surprise and delight you with the best of the Premier brand. From daily breakfast available and free WiFi to our own ZPizza Tap Room restaurant in-house, we’ve got all the essentials you love. Best of all, our convenient location in Bend, OR puts you close to the majestic Mount Bachelor and Oregon State University’s new Cascades campus.
Lodging outside of Bend
There are numerous options for lodging to fit any budget in the surrounding areas including hotels and vacation rentals in Sisters and Sunriver.
Race Venue & Parking
Welcome to beautiful Bend, Oregon!
This mountain town is filled with not only great people, but a variety of trails, breweries, parks and more!
Be sure to explore what the area has to offer during your time in town. Plan you perfect trip into town and check out all that Bend has to offer at Visit Bend.
The start/finish areas for the Haulin’ Aspen are at Wanoga Sno Park, 13 miles from Bend, Oregon on the Cascade Lakes Scenic Byway in the Deschutes National Forest. PLEASE CARPOOL TO WANOGA! There is limited parking, so please plan ahead and gather everyone for a single trip up.
There are numerous campgrounds in the area as well as dispersed camping options in the forest near the race site. Consult the Deschutes National Forest Service website for more information. www.fs.usda.gov/deschutes
Tumalo State Park, located a few miles outside Bend, is also an option for camping. Reservations recommended. www.stateparks.oregon.gov