Mt. Hood Scramble


Jul 19, 2022 at 10:00 AM

Mt. Hood Scramble

Mt. Hood OR,


Entry Fee $15
(Lowest or Early Registration)

Entry Fee 2 $20
(Highest or Late Registration)

Prize Money: no


  • 10K

Type: Trail

Percent of the course on un-paved trails: 100%

Men's Record: 44:28

Women's Record: 51:15


We do not need to build anything to give you the most incredible challenge and adventure possible. Mother Nature has taken care of that for us! People from 44 states have done this event and there is a reason why. Mike Sherpa Hendrickson has done twenty of these bad boys. There is a reason why (he hit his head on a rock the first year maybe).

This event is true adventure. And 2019 will be no exception. We always have some tricks up our sleeve for this monumental experience. Do not miss out.


FIELD LIMIT = 400 ::: Sign up EARLY and save!

:: THe TWILIGHT SCRAMBLE takes place the night before the Mt. Hood Scramble.
:: Registration is OPEN for 2019.
:: The Scramble has moved to the last weekend in June – NOT on Father’s Day!
:: We will be adding a 5K Twilight Scramble the night before the Granddaddy! Watch for info and registration for that this Fall. And yes, there will be awards for the top finishers who do both!

Yep. We created what a Scramble should be, more than 20 YEARS ago. There are a lot of posers out there now. But the real filth and adventure lays with the Mt. Hood Scramble. The Grandfather of Filth.

This event isn’t designed for the pansy-ass front avenue runner — DO NOT expect some cutesy lil’ downtown 5k, or some wussy boy trail-run. This mother is packed with adventure: hills, creeks, rock, dirt, heavy brush and more. Wear clothes you don’t mind ruining, and bring band-aids if you are concerned about some bleeding. As for aid stations… there is plenty of water on the course, but I’d think twice about drinking it… especially after you waded through it. As for the distance, well it’s about 6-miles or whatever “K”. We’ll time you, give you awards, probably some watermelon, and hell, we may even throw a few beers — all you have to do is finish. Think you’re up for it? We are ready for you, and to quote Shakespeare’s Henry V, “he who shed his blood with me, shall be my brother” See you on the hill.

IF YOU ARE JUST SKIMMING INFO, READ THIS… We don’t make mud pits, we find them. We don’t make obstacles we route through them. So just to reiterate, leave the fancy foo foo ideas at home, and come and play “real” dirty.

Finding the Mayhem:
White River West Sno Park (HWY 35 near Mt. Hood Meadows)
From Portland, take HWY 26 to Mt. Hood. Go past Government Camp and take HWY 35 towards Hood River. The snow park will be about 5-miles past the HWY 26/35 interchange and 1-mile before Mt. Hood Meadows.
From Hood River, take HWY 35 towards Mt. Hood. The White River West Snow Park will be about 1-mile past the Mt. Hood Meadows turnoff.


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Past Event Dates

Held on Jul 19, 2022

Held on Jul 11, 2021

Held on Jun 21, 2020

Held on Jun 30, 2019

Held on Jun 17, 2018

Held on Jun 18, 2017

Held on Jun 19, 2016

Held on Jun 21, 2015

Held on Jun 15, 2014

Held on Jun 16, 2013

Held on Jun 17, 2012

Held on Jun 19, 2011

Held on Jun 20, 2010

Held on Jun 21, 2009

Held on Jun 15, 2008

Held on Jun 17, 2007

Held on Jun 19, 2005

Held on Jun 22, 2003

Held on Jun 22, 2002

Held on Jun 23, 2001

Event Results