Back
Other Editions

Wy'east Wonder

June 13, 2020
The event starts at 06:00.

The original east-of-Wy’east 50-miler and 50K is possibly our most scenic race ever. You will want to return to these ridge line trails again and again.

The Wy’east Wonder is a point-to-point race run mostly on two ridges; Gunsight Ridge and Surveyor’s Ridge. You will have so many views of Wy’east (the Multnomah Tribe word for Mt. Hood) as you make your way from it’s southern side around to the east, that you may actually get tired of looking at it. We promise we’ll take your breath away, and it won’t be from only running. The 50M route has 7082′ of elevation gain and 10,012 of loss. The 50K has 4193′ of gain and 7122′ of loss.

Official website

Click to reach the official site

Information about the event is available in : English

The information about this race is based on information provided by the organizers or found on the official website of the event. Always check the official website for up-to-date information. If you have noticed any mistake, let us know at [email protected]

Registration

Contact

Races

50M

June 12, 2020 (Friday)
Running
50 meters
7,000 feet
 
4 ITRA Points
Mount Hood ( )
Mount Hood
7 Aid Stations
Trail Hilly Mountain Forest UTMB qualifier Solo
 

The Wy’east Wonder 50-mile course is stunning. You will have so many views of Mt. Hood, as you make your way from the southern side of the mountain, around to the east. You’ll also be treated to vistas of eastern Oregon’s desert and the Hood River Valley orchards. The single-track is super fun and includes some newly created trails.

50K

June 12, 2020 (Friday)
Running
50 kilometers
4,000 feet
7,000 feet
 
2 ITRA Points
Mount Hood ( )
Mount Hood
4 Aid Stations
Trail Point to Point Hilly Mountain Forest UTMB qualifier Solo
 

The Wy’east Wonder 50K course is possibly the most scenic race you’ll run. There are so many views of Mt. Hood, as you make your way around from the southern side around to the eastern side of this mountain. You are treated to vistas of eastern Oregon’s desert and the Hood River Valley orchards too.

While you are in Mount Hood