920 West Riverside Avenue Spokane Washington 99201 US
The Spokane to Sandpoint Relay is a 200.2 mile overnight relay. Teams of 12 (or even 6 or 8) runners take turns running “legs” – shorter segments of 3 to 9 miles that link together at exchange points. A total of 36 legs comprise the Spokane to Sandpoint Relay, so for a team of 12 that means you will run three times. Total mileage for each runner averages around 16 miles. Ultra teams, or those with 6 or less members, will run about 6 legs. Most teams take about 30 hours to complete the 200.2 miles, which means that teams run through the night. Running in the dark often proves to be a new relay runner’s favorite experience.
The course begins atop picturesque Mt. Spokane and winds through 50 miles of world class Centennial Trail, along 60 miles of property adjacent to waterfront, and meanders through two National Forests en route to the finish line at the beach in beautiful Sandpoint, Idaho.