Dogs are allowed to run with you but the race director asks that you start in the back and allow other runners to spread out. Choose from the 10K, 25K or 50K race.
There will be a full marathon and a half marathon. Dogs are welcome. Strollers are also allowed. The race takes place on Saturday March 12, 2022.
Leashed dogs are allowed to run in the Prairie Spirit 100-miler, 100K, 50-miler and 50K. They may use the water at aid stations.
Dogs are allowed in the Knickerbocker Canyon Trail Run, including all distances. There is a 5K, 10K, Half Marathon and 35K race. They all begin at the American River Canyon Overlook Park in Auburn, CA. Runners with dogs need to start in the back.
This is a dog friendly half marathon and 5K race. Dogs can participate in the 5K for free but must register for the half marathon and wear a bib. They will get a shirt and medal.
The Zoomies 50K also offers a 5K, 10K & 15K option. The race goes around a 1.57-mile loop so you complete it 20 times for the 50K. Dogs are welcome and the course will feature rescue animals available for adoption.
The Greenhorn Ranch Trail Run welcomes leashed dogs in all distances including a 5K, 10K, 25K and 50K. This is a looped course on dirt, forest roads.
The Reservoir Dogs Trail Run offers a 5K, 10K, half marathon and 35K race at the San Pablo Reservoir. Dogs are allowed in all distances and are asked to start at the back of the pack. There is a 6.5 hour time limit for the half marathon and 35K race.
The Nitty Gritty is a trail marathon & half marathon that allows dogs both on and off leash. It is on a 4.3-mile looped single track course on Red Lodge Mountain.
Well-behaved, leashed dogs are allowed to run in all three races, the 100-miler, the 100K and the 20-miler. They must not bother any people, dogs or wildlife. The course is single track on 20-mile loops. Anyone who lets their dog off leash will be disqualified.
The Oakland Hills Trail Run offers a dog friendly 10K, half marathon and 35K event. Dogs are asked to start at the back of the pack.
Well-behaved, leashed dogs are welcome on both the Deception Pass 50K and 25K courses. There is also a 1K Fun Run. This area is known for its rugged coastlines, cliffs and dense forests. There are no mountains or long climbs in this race.