What is the last day to register?2021-09-23T15:12:51+00:00

Registration closes at 5:00 pm on the Friday before the Relay and all runners must be assigned at this time.  All of your team registration MUST be complete before you pickup your team packet on Saturday or Sunday morning.  There is no same day registration for this event.

Is transportation provided and how do I get from my leg to the After Party?2018-09-24T21:45:50+00:00

All locations are all close to downtown where you can walk, run, bike or bus back to the central location with the exception of the first two legs.

If you finish at Stones Throw Brewery (Leg 1) there is a bus from Fairhaven to downtown Bellingham at 9:23 and 9:53 Sunday morning.  Catch bus #1 at 10th and McKenzie, fare is $1.

All other breweries are either downtown or within 1 mile of downtown.


Do I have to be 21 years old to participate?2018-08-11T02:03:21+00:00


Aside from the fact that this is a beer-centric event, some locations simply don’t allow folks under 21 years old. BUT, kids are allowed at the After Party this year. 

I just finished my leg. Now what?2018-08-10T22:06:07+00:00


Once you’ve finished your leg, root your fellow team members on and start making your way to the Trails to Taps Relay After Party at Boundary Bay Brewery Beer Garden from 1pm – 4pm. You’ll get your commemorative pint glass and token for a pint from the brewery/cidery of your choice when you arrive at the party.

Can I join a team?2018-08-10T21:56:59+00:00

You Bet!

We don’t have a system that allows drop-in runners for individual legs, but there is a facebook group page to help find a team needing runners!  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1982342841829319/

How much does it cost?2018-08-10T21:55:20+00:00


In an effort to help organize payment throughout a full team, our registration has the Team Captain pay for the team and then invite runners to each leg. PLEASE NOTE: this is a non-refundable event.

How many runners on each team?2018-08-10T21:53:32+00:00

You can have 5 to 10 runners on each team.

Please keep in mind that transportation from one leg to another is not provided. If you’re hoping to allow runners to leap frog “ragnar” style, please organize your legs in a way that makes it easy for you to get from one start location to another.

Ideally, each runner on a 5 runner team will have consecutive legs to run.  i.e. Runner 1 has legs 1 and 2, Runner 2 has legs 3 and 4, et cetera.

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