The Wild Rogue Relay is a stunning course that showcases the beauty of Southern Oregon. From the start in the Siskiyou mountains to the miles along the wild Rogue River, to the stunning beaches of the Southern Oregon coast, the Wild Rogue Relay is truly a scenic wonderland.
The most current maps will be posted here. Please note that all maps are subject to change.
To print the overview and ALL leg charts, click here.
The 2022 version of the race bible is here. Please note: you WILL need to print one or two copies of the race bible for your team. We do not provide copies.
You’ll find mileage totals and difficulty rankings by leg here.
A finish-time estimator spreadsheet is here.
The 221 mile Wild Rogue Relay course is a stunner from start to finish, with gorgeous rivers, incredible canyons and stunning coastline as its backdrop. With a small field (100 teams), you’ll have no traffic to deal with, which means plenty of time to soak in the views, support your runner, and tour Southern Oregon in a unique, fun, and challenging way. We’ll put our scenery up against that of any relay in the world; it really is that good.
Here’s just a sampling of what you’ll see along the course:
Before the race begins, you can find standard hotel and motel lodging in Medford. Travel Medford has a fantastic search feature to help you find local options. The Inn at the Commons is within walking distance to packet pickup and Common Block Brewing. Medford is about 45 minutes from the start line at Hart-Tish. Jacksonville boasts some great bed & breakfasts and quaint historical inns. Jacksonville is about 30 minutes from the start line.
We will offer camping for a nominal fee at the start line at Hart-Tish. There are flush toilets available here. There is plenty of camping available in the 6 campgrounds around Applegate Lake and Jackson Campground (XC 1) too.
Friday night (during the race):
Along the relay route, there aren’t any hotels that work easily. Campgrounds and the areas listed below are certainly your best option!
- Van 2: Glendale School, where people can rest (van 1) while waiting for their runner to make it close to XC #18. Glendale School will have concessions open for runners. Showers will also be available. We will operate a ham radio communication system to inform teams when to depart to meet their runner at XC #18. We ask that teams DO NOT camp at XC 18 as it is a tight exchange.
- Van 1: Campgrounds called Eden Valley, Island, Rock Creek and the XC at #24 will be a quiet area for sleeping. There is a large quarry area at #24 you will be able to park at. There are a few rooms available at Cougar Lane Lodge, which is located on Leg #26. This could be an option for either van. There is cell service at Cougar Lane Lodge, but you will not be able to reach your Van #2 on their way to #24. Good estimates with the pace prediction sheet are essential for timing your exchange right if you choose to stay here.
- Van 1: This van could opt to get a hotel room in Gold Beach while waiting for Van #2. XC #30 is at the north end of town by the jetty. There is plenty of space to stretch out at XC #30. We do recommend that you bring a tarp if you plan to stretch out on the grass here. You’ll have cell service from Van #2 for enough time to let you know that they are on the way in.
After the race, take advantage of being on the Oregon coast – stay a night in Brookings or Gold Beach.
We will have free camping available for teams at the finish line in Azalea Park.
Information for lodging in Brookings. The Riverside RV Resort has hot showers and is in walking distance of the finish. Harris Beach State Park is a short drive away and offers camping along the beach.