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2019 Roots Rock Trail Running Races!

This is a fun, challenging set of races through beautiful single track trails and dirt roads. Set in historic Port Gamble, the races are sure to please those seeking a fun, rugged alternative to the road. The trails are in the town’s privately owned 4300 acre tree farm, which is home to deer, owls, coyotes, bears, and other animals!

This year all the races will start and finish in Port Gamble.

Shirts will be printed up only once, to guarantee shirt size and availability entry must be paid 10 days prior to the day of race.

We will once again have the Course Record challenge. Beat the course record for any of the courses, male and female, and win $25.00

Thanks to everyone who has participated and helped make these races so successful, we look forward to seeing you again.


    Proceeds will benefit the Fishline Food Bank.


    Register at Poulsbo Running.



    Lumberjack will start at 8 a.m.
    All other races start at 8:30 a.m.



    There will be awards for overall male and female winners, as well as ribbons three deep in age groups.


    19 & Under


    OK, we’re not going to have an aid station every mile, but we will have at least one. The length of the race will determine how many aid stations there will be. All aid stations will be stocked with water, energy drinks, and friendly volunteers!


    Port Gamble Map

    From Poulsbo – Head NE on Bond Rd. (HWY 307) . At Striebel’s Corner take a left (HWY 104) and follow signs into Port Gamble. There will be signs for where to park.

    From Silverdale/Bremerton – Head North on HWY 3 past the Hood Canal bridge. Upon arriving in Port Gamble, look for signs for where to park.

    From B.I./Seattle – Take HWY 305 North through Poulsbo and at Bond Rd. (HWY 307) hang a right. Follow above directions.

    From Edmonds/Kingston – Head West on HWY 104 and follow signs to Port Gamble.

    • Seattle/B.I. ferry 6:10 a.m.
    • Edmonds/Kingston ferry 7:10 a.m.