Granite Man Oregon, 10 Mile Mountain Run


28 and 10 Mile Mountain Trail Run

[box type=”info”]Note: We mapped the course at 10.51 miles with a Garmin.[/box]


  6/10/2018 Race Starts 9:00am


 Hart-Tish Park, Applegate Lake, OR
Applegate Lake Information


10 Mile Mountain Run

28 Mile Mountain Run

Early Bird Registration: $40.(Thru Jan. 15th)     Registration:$45.(Jan 16th to May 15th)

Late Registration:$50.(May 16th to June 7th)

10 Mile Run

Early Bird Registration: $20. (Thru Jan 15th)     Registration: $25.00 (Jan 15th-May 15th)
Late Registration: $30.00 (May 15th-June 7th)

* Race day registration will cost an additional $10.00
* Please read carefully before registering

* Must sign up and pay for your Patagonia event T, two weeks before the event to guarantee you have one on race day


Event Details
Packet Pick-up:
Race day packet pickup at Hart-Tish Park, starting at 6:45AM (Packet pick-up/Registration closes at 8:30AM)

Rules: iPods are allowed however, please use them in one ear only or keep the volume down so you can be aware of people coming up from behind.
Awards: Rogue Valley Runners will be awarding prizes to the men’s and women’s winners of the Granite Man 10 Mile Mountain Run.

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Course Map
Elevation Map


About This Event
This is an exceptional  10 mile trail run that starts at Hart-Tish Park and crosses Upper Applegate Rd to Collings Mountain Trail. The course follows the length of the Collings Mountain Trail. You’ll encounter an abandoned miner’s cabin and an inactive Sasquatch trap. Several mine adits (tunnels with one entrance) are also found along the trail. You’ll take in excellent panoramic views of Applegate Lake and the Siskiyou Crest at several locations along the trail. While traversing the western slope of Collings Mountain you’ll gain 1,000 feet in elevation. Trees encountered along the trail include old growth Douglas fir, sugar pine, ponderosa pine, Pacific madrone, white oak and Saddler oak. Cross Upper Appelgate Road again and finish downhill to Hart-Tish Park. Breath in the mountain air and smile at your accomplishment!

The 28 Mile course is the same 10 mile course as above plus you will run the same 18 mile course as the off road Duathlon’s bike and run segments around the lake

This year’s racers will receive goody bags,  snacks, music and some great free raffle prizes for participants. All are welcome.