Larrabee Lakes


Aug 10, 2024 at 7:00 AM

Larrabee Lakes

107 Chuckanut Dr N

Bellingham WA, 98225


Entry Fee $57
(Lowest or Early Registration)

Entry Fee 2 $105
(Highest or Late Registration)

Prize Money: no


  • 12K
  • 25K
  • 50K

Type: Ultra

Percent of the course on un-paved trails: 95%

First Year of the Event: 2024

Description: We couldn’t be more stoked about branching out our race series into the incredible area that makes up Larrabee State Park. You will get to enjoy smooth trails that wind through beautiful, lush green forests and bring you past picturesque lakes. The unique geology of Larrabee means you’ll also get great views from atop narrow ridgelines that have been bent and molded by time. Finishers will also be awarded a unique, handcrafted race award by our very own Porter Bratten. You’ll want to race just for this! Detailed Race Description The race will start from Fairhaven Park, where you’ll begin with a nice warmup and a gradual climb and descent towards the Bellingham Interurban trail. One on the Interurban Trail, you’ll then head south towards the north entrance of Larrabee State Park. That’s where the fun really begins, and you start the climb toward the first ridgeline. At the top, the 12k runners then turn around and head back towards the finish line. The 25k and 50k course continues, taking you along a winding forested singletrack. The 25k then continues along the Lost Lake Trail while the 50k course begins a long descent to Old Samish Rd. After a stop at the aid station, the 50k runners then climb back up to enjoy a lap around Cedar Lake and views from Chuckanut Mountain before rejoining the 25k course. The smooth single track will then take runners past Lost Lake, where the 25k and 50k courses split up again. The 25k runners will head straight up to the ridge to enjoy an amazing, fun descent down Ridge Trail and back to the Finish Line. The 50k runners will head down towards Lost Lake Parking area and onto the Interurban Trail, running north before beginning another climb up Cleator Road and then Two Dollar Trail past beautiful Fragrance Lake. Expect a rugged and steep climb to the ridge after Fragrance Lake. Then take a breather and get a snack at the aid station before (finally) flying down Ridge Trail and back to the Finish Line.


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Past Event Dates

Held on Aug 10, 2024

Event Results