Experience the Green Season on the Olympic Peninsula

80 Miles — Paved Path + Singletrack Trail

Kicking off February 23, 2019

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February Is the Green Season Here

Towering evergreens. Endless moss and ferns. Miles of waterfront. Snowcapped mountains. Need a cure for late-winter blues? Frosty Moss has you covered.

Pavement + Trail Runners Unite

From the Sol Duc River to Blyn, the entire 80-mile course follows both the paved Olympic Discovery Trail and the singletrack Adventure Route.

Superfun Finish Line After-Party

As if your day wasn’t epic enough, get ready to eat, drink, and celebrate during the Frosty Moss Relay after-party at Club 7 in the 7 Cedars Casino. Tasty refreshments guaranteed.  

Frosty Moss Relay — February 23, 2019








Leg 3: Lake Crescent, Olympic National Park

Run through the restored McPhee Tunnel.
Trust us: Take the quick detour for the view from the bridge over Devil’s Punchbowl.

Legs 4–6: Adventure Route

Pavement gives way to 25 miles of trail running. Think dense forest opening up to big views of the Olympics, the Strait of Juan de Fuca, and Canada.

Leg 7: Elwha River Bridge

Run across the wild and free Elwha River on the Olympic Discovery Trail’s suspended pathway.

Leg 12: Dungeness River Bridge

Look for the beautiful Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe artwork embedded in the walkway (Photo: Jay Cline)

Our Slugs Are a Pretty Big Deal

Foot for scale. This beast lives on Leg 4. Watch your step.

Frosty Moss 101: How Does a Relay Work?

1. Form a team of 3 or 5 runners.

2. Load up your team vehicle with food, drinks, extra layers, tunes, and teammates. 

3. Drop off your first-leg runner at the start line. They run to the next leg’s starting point (aka the relay exchange).


4. Meanwhile, the rest of the team drives to the next relay exchange and waits for the runner.

5. Runner arrives at exchange, tags the next runner, who runs to the next exchange. Tired runner gets in van.

6. Repeat until the finish line!


Holiday Inn Express & Suites

Large rooms and one-bedroom suites, rooftop garden pavilion, pool and spa in a sunny atrium, upgraded Wi-Fi, and healthy breakfast options. 1441 E Washington St, Sequim. Book a room >>

Quality Inn & Suites

Features 60 comfortable rooms, indoor pool and hot tub, fitness room, Wi-Fi, and deluxe continental breakfast. 134 River Rd, Sequim. Book a room >>

Black Bear Diner

Family-friendly restaurant serving up large portions of homestyle comfort food in a fun, bear-themed atmosphere. 1471 E Washington St, Sequim. Black Bear Diner on Facebook >>

Celebration & Finish Line Sponsor: 7 Cedars Casino

Enjoy hot food, cold drinks, music, relay awards, and more in Club 7 at the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe’s 7 Cedars Casino. Watch for the tribe’s new hotel, scheduled to open in 2020. 7 Cedars Casino is an 18-and-up venue. Please organize your relay group accordingly. Thanks!

Support Local Events: Be a Sponsor!

Email Peninsula Adventure Sports at contact@peninsulaadventuresports.com to find out how your business or organization can partner with the Frosty Moss Relay.

A portion of Frosty Moss Relay proceeds will benefit the Peninsula Trails Coalition volunteers who help to maintain and build the Olympic Discovery Trail and Adventure Route.

Brought to You by Peninsula Adventure Sports