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Cougar Mt Squak Mt Traverse ( 10 and 18 mile options)

  • Feb 24, 2013 · 7:30 AM
  • Red Town Trailhead at Cougar Mt. UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED

<p>The Seattle Running Club hosts a trail run every Sunday beginning at 7:30 AM. These are generally 12 to 15 miles long over hilly terrain, with a wide range of paces. All runners -- club members and nonmembers alike -- are welcome, though we encourage regular attendees to join the club. (Membership info is available at Our "default" location is the Red Town trailhead at Cougar Mountain; the run organizers will leave a comment here if going elsewhere on any given Sunday. People are also encouraged to use comments to offer carpooling assistance, etc. More information, including a map of our usual Cougar routes and directions to the Red Town trailhead, is available at</p>

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  • Steven K.

    Win, are we still meeting at Red Town?

    February 23, 2013

  • Julie C.

    If someone wants a ride, I'll be driving from Seattle, Beacon Hill neighborhood. If it's not too far out of the way, I'm happy to pick you up, or if you can get to me, even better. Send me a message through meetup.

    February 20, 2013

  • Evan

    It looks like the location is still listing Red Town. Are we starting from Red Town this week and doing Cougar twice?

    February 20, 2013

  • swati

    Is it 12 miles one way up the hill? I am new to running and just started doing longer distances and want to try hill running for the first time. Am just not sure if this is the right place to train for me.

    February 19, 2013

    • Win Van P.

      Hi Swati, Welcome to trail running. I would recommend the 10 mile option. This will be up and down hill. About 2000 feet in elevation gain spread over 10 miles. Hope to see you Sunday.

      February 20, 2013

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