Join us on July 11, 2020 high above the Rogue Valley for the 21th annual Siskiyou Out Back Trail Run (The SOB)! We have four luscious flavors to choose from.  Enjoy the full flavor of our 50K.  For something less robust but still flavorful try the 15K. Or for those of you that want something truly piquant the 50 Mile and 100K distances awaits. Registration starts at the end of November. Registration in the longer races (100K/50M/50K) will be limited to runners 18 years or older unless by prior consent by the Race Directors.

Each run begins and ends at the Mt. Ashland Lodge, at an altitude of 6500 feet. From there the courses meander along the Pacific Crest Trail with breathtaking views of Mt. Shasta, Mt McLaughlin, and the Siskiyou and Cascade mountain ranges. The total course elevation for the 50K is about 4200 feet. The 50 mile features about 8400 feet of climbing and the 100K a whopping ~10,500 feet.

qualifying-race-utmbWSER-Qualifying-Race-Logo-2020Bonus: our ultramarathon distances are all UTMB qualifiers! The 100k is worth 4 points, the 50mi is worth 3 points and the 50k is worth 2 points. Additionally, the 100k distance is a Western States 100-mile Endurance Run qualifier.



Starting with dinner on Friday night, a film festival, and camping on the Mountain, we roll right into the races early Saturday morning. We offer a 15K, a 50K, a 50 Miler and, new this year, a 100K!! The 50M will be on a new course, so rather than going into Cali on the PCT, we will introduce the non-local runners to the Ashland Watershed Trails.

This year we are offering add-on SOB mugs and shirts for purchase, during your registration, until May 15th. Entry fees will increase after March 31st. (We encourage registering early to save some money.)

We always offer the ability to drop down to a shorter race the morning of the race should your nerves get the best of you.

Friday night at the Mountain includes dinner (beer and wine available) and the two hour long Trails in Motion film festival. We’re hoping to see more of you on Friday night. Pre-race breakfast is also included as a meal option. We are happy to be back in the Lodge, with all meals and registration in the facility.



The SOB is a non-profit organization and all profits benefit local non-profit organizations including Children’s Advocacy CenterThe Maslow Project, St. Vincent DePaul, the Pacific Crest Trail Association, Mt. Ashland Ski Area, the Ashland Watershed Trails Association.

Notice: No refunds, transfers or postponements. If you cannot run for any reason, please know that your entry is going to the above non-profit organizations. Unless by prior arrangement with the race directors, the t-shirt and mug must be picked up on race day. Any not picked up by the start of your race will be sold to attendees.