“Run to the Ruts” is a Challenging 10K (6.2miles) Run or 5K (3.1 mile) Run/Walk event. Beginning at the Oregon trail Interpretive center at the top of Flag Staff Hill and descending to the Oregon Trail ruts in the valley below and ending back at the Center. The route is a mixture of gravel road, paved trails and dirt trails, with several tight curves. — The 5K/10K Runs will start at 9:00 a.m., with the walkers lining up behind.  Water, juice, fruit, bagels, available before the race and breakfast burritos will be available for participants at the finish of the race. — What better way to celebrate the trails than to get out and run or walk at the National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center. National Trails Day is also a Free Fee Day at the Center, so bring your full cheering squad and enjoy the center after the race.  This event is a non-sanctioned “fun run.”  Visit the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center website, or call 541-523-1843 for more information.

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