Registration is now open for the 25th Annual Salmon Run presented by Patagonia on Sunday, October 28, 2018.
This year marks the 25th Annual running of the salmon and we are going to make it better than ever. This year, proceeds will be going to the Thomas Fire Trail Fund, a coalition of local groups coming together to restore some of the landscape burned in the Thomas Fire. See race and beneficiary details below. Also as a reminder, this race always sells out, so make sure you get your registration in.
See you on October 28th!
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DATE: Sunday, October 28, 2018
CHECK-IN: Race day check-in: 7:30 am / race time: 8:30 am
COURSE: Certified 5k course on a flat dirt road along the Ventura River.
LOCATION: 259 W. Santa Clara Ave., Ventura: Patagonia’s upper parking lot at Main and Olive streets.
PRIZES: Patagonia products awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place finishers in each age category.
Proceeds from this year’s event will benefit the Thomas Fire Trail Fund (that’s us). Out of the Thomas Fire ashes has risen a coalition of Ventura County and Santa Barbara based non-profits who are working together to restore the 125 miles of trail damaged by the Thomas Fire. With the support of local agencies and the Forest Service, they have created a Thomas Fire Trail Fund in the hopes of raising $2,000,000 for the damaged trails.
For race information go to Patagonia.com