Races & Events
Asana Yoga and Sole not only sponsors a weekly trail running series, but also one of the best half marathon races in the pacific northwest: MMR, Moore Mountain Run. Also, check out other races going on in the Klamath Basin, we try to be a part of most races here. So contact us, if you’d like to add your race to our schedule.
Also, check out the Linkville Lopers Running and Walking Club!
The SOLE Trail Running Series
Were ready to start again in March 2016!
Cost: $5 per race / $4 for Linkville Lopers members.
Join Asana Yoga and SOLE, La Sportiva, and the Linkville Lopers for weekly trail races! We’ll explore different venues around the Klamath Basin with every attempt to include everyone’s favorite trails! Distances will vary from 4k to 13K and will range greatly from flat to furious. This is a great way to explore trail running if you are new to the sport. It is also a great way to get in that hard run while training for your next event!
The better you place…the more points you accumulate towards great prizes including: Running Shoes, Clothing, Hydration gear, Nutrition, Yoga Classes and MORE! Be sure to show up a few minutes early to register and warm up!
3/17- Moore Park 5K
3/24- Moore Park 7K
3/31 – Spence Mountain 10K
4/7- Moore Park -7K
4/14 – Hogback Hill Climb 4K
4/21 – Moore Park 5K
4/28- Moore Park 7K
5/5 – Spence Mountain 10K
5/12 – Moore Park 8K
5/19 – Hogback Hill Climb 4K
5/26 – Moore Park 8K
6/2 – Moore Park 6K
6/9 – Spence Mountain 15K
6/16 – Awards
For the Moore Park venues, we meet by the tennis courts. Directions to other start locations will be posted, on Asana Yoga and Sole’s Facebook page, the morning of the race.
Proceedes from the series benefit:
Klamath Trails Alliance
Friends of Moore Park
Linkville Lopers running and walking club
Moore Mountain Trail Run Festival
Moore Park. Klamath Falls, OR
September 4, 2016
Half Marathon & 5K
The Moore Mountain Runs (MMR) are Klamath County’s premiere trail running event and boasts one of the best half-marathon trail courses in the Pacific Northwest. Over 80% of the courses are on high quality single track and includes sweeping views of Upper Klamath Lake and Mt. Shasta. The 5k is fun and technically challenging with minimal elevation gain.
The weather in Klamath Falls is typically around 50 degrees most September mornings, making for ideal trail running conditions. Of course, you never know what mother nature has in store for the high desert, so be prepared.
Featuring Trails in Motion Film Fest
September 3, 2016
Guest Speakers: TBA
Trails in Motion – the world’s trail running film showcase is an engaging global film tour showcasing imaginative and awe-inspiring trail running productions from around the world. Our objective is to not only capture the true spirit of trail running through the screening of high quality short films and documentaries, but ultimately develop an exciting social and visual experience for everyone who shares a connection with the trail and a deep appreciation for the creative expression of others.