Trail Running Information

Chair: Mark Thibault - This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Trail Running Committee Meetings:
Contact Trail Running Chairman for location and time.

 
Trail Running Trip Signup PDF Print E-mail

Members and Guests: How to find scheduled activities and sign up online.

Look below on this page for the list of currently scheduled Kitsap Mountaineers trail runs. Guests may register to attend up to two Kitsap Mountaineers trail runs at no charge to introduce you to what we have to offer. Both guests and members may view the complete list of currently scheduled Kitsap Mountaineers activities by clicking on the following link. Guest and member online registration for our activities can be completed by following the instructions once you click on the Search Kitsap Mountaineers Activities link:

Search Kitsap Branch Activities

 
Scheduled Trail Runs PDF Print E-mail

No runs scheduled at this time while the leader recovers from a running injury.

 
Local Trail Maps and Trail Running Series PDF Print E-mail

Roots Rock Trail Running Series
http://www.rootsrockrun.com/

Map of the trails at North Kitsap Heritage Park:
http://kingston98346.org/contents/index.php/25.html

Link to site for Newberry Hill Heritage Park right near Silverdale:
http://www.friendsofnhhp.com/

Map of the trails at Green Mountain - southwest of Silverdale.  There are two mountains here with just over 1000ft of elevation gain.
http://www.dnr.wa.gov/Publications/eng_rms_green_08_full.pdf

Kitsap is close to the Olympic Mountains where there are numerous trails.  A great book is Day Hiking Olympic Peninsula by Craig Romano.

Just east of Seattle are three peaks called Tiger Mountain, Cougar Mountain and Squak Mountain. 
http://www.seattlerunningclub.org/Events/Cougar/cougarmtn1.html

 
Carpooling, Cross Sound Transportation & The Meeting Places PDF Print E-mail

Northern Olympic Peninsula trail runs initially meet at the Park-n-Ride at the Poulsbo Church of the Nazarene, 22097 Viking Way NW, Poulsbo, WA. It is on Viking Way, north of Hwy 305, adjacent to the Washington State Patrol office (talk about secure parking!)
Southern Olympic Peninsula hikes meet at the Bremerton National Airport.
Port Townsend members anticipate meeting at Fat Smitty's in Discovery Bay.
Kitsap recommends taking the Kingston Ferry when coming from the mainland.

Mileage
For driver/passenger planning purposes, the one way distance from Poulsbo Church of the Nazarene to: Heart of the Hills Ranger Station, Heather Park, and Lake Angles trailheads is 63 miles. Hurricane Ridge Parking Lot is 75 miles. Camp Handy Trailhead is 59 miles. Tubal Cain Trailhead is 61 miles. Silver Lakes Trailhead is 62 miles.

 
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