The Tri-Cities has a lot of great places to run and many great people to run with. If you're visiting or new to
the area, or even if you've lived here your entire life, you can use the resources on this page to find places
to run, people to run with or a race to challenge yourself.
Races & Events
The Three Rivers Road Runners maintains a
schedule of most of the running and multisport events
in the Tri-Cities and greater Mid-Columbia area. The other big event in the Tri-Cities is the
Badger Mountain Challenge, which features races
of 10 miles, 30 miles, and 100 miles.
If you're interested in High School events, here are the schedules for the Tri-Cities schools. Pasco is
also the host for the
State Cross Country Championships.
If you're looking for people to run, hike or bike with; you can check out these local groups.
The Three Rivers Road Runners have weekly track workouts, and many of the members are getting
together for other swim, bike and runs
during the week. If you're looking for a group to ride road or mountain bikes (and sometimes hike) with, check out
Chinook Cycling Club. They also schedule rides on their
facebook page or
the Pipeline. If you're interested in hiking any of the
trails on Badger Mountain, you can find information at
Friends of Badger Mountain.
If you're looking for support in training for a specific event, you might check into these groups. (If you want us to list your
group, contact Scott or someone on the Runners Soul staff.)
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Tracks and Trails
Whether you want to run on paved trails, dirt trails or the track, The Tri-Cities has thousands of great places to run. The
following map has links to the local tracks and some of the running trails. You can find many more at
Richland. Just remember to take the weather, traffic and
wildlife into account, and run safely where ever you go.
View Tri-Cities Running Tracks and Trails in a larger map