Race Weekend Details

  • Friday 
          • packet pick-up on Friday, 3pm-8pm (last chance to register)
          • pre-race potluck 5pm-7pm (BYO plate, utensils, cup)
          • camping option (drinking water and porta-potties)
  • Saturday 
          • packet pick-up, 5:30-7am
          • 50K starts at 7am
          • pre-run yoga
          • marathon and relay starts at 7:30am
          • lunch (BYO plate, fork, and cup)
          • post-run yoga
After the run: join us for post-run yoga, lunch, refreshing cold tub soaks, awards, hang time with friends and family--you're welcome to stay and camp Saturday night too.

Lunch
All runner's get a complimentary locally sourced and fabulous lunch. Each year we serve up a scrumptious plateful of local fresh deliciousness made just for the Wild Woman.

Pre- & Post-Run Yoga

Madeline Luecht 
Madeline, RYT 200, received her certification through Flow Yoga & Wellness in 2013. In 2016 she completed her Aerial Silks Yoga training through AWOL as part of creating the Flow Yoga Aerial Program. Madeline has continued to work towards her RYT 500 with a melting pot of trainings in India and Indonesia. Her teaching is heavily rooted in positivity, balance and finding Love in every moment of life. She brings a warm energy and passion to her teaching and is enthusiastic about sharing the glorious benefits of yoga to the HR community! You can find her teaching at Flow Yoga in Hood River.


We Support Strong Women
A portion of our proceeds go to help support Helping Hands Against Violence, a non-profit organization in Hood River, Oregon which supports victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking through shelter, advocacy, education and outreach. You're welcome to make an additional donation specifically to them, through us, or donate directly online at Helping Hands Against Violence (Disclosure: WWM co-manager Steph Irving works at Helping Hands but organizes the Wild Woman on her own time because it's her and Betsy's way of giving back.)