Route

Sasquatch Relay Route

For 2014 the course will take you from the shadows of Mount Rainier on to the Pacific Ocean and Westport. There are 36 sections ranging from five to six miles. Once we get to Westport there will be an awards ceremony and party to celebrate your accomplishments.more info

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Team Sign-up

Every team needs a captain, a support vehicle and volunteers to assist with the relay. Pick your captain and have them sign you all up for the relay. Volunteers will be placed throughout the race to help keep everyone on course.more info

Important Dates

Coming events

Where it all started

The long distance relay style racing got it's start in Portland Oregon with the Hood to Coast Relay which hs been going on for 32 years.Visit the Hood to Coast Web site for more info

What we hope to do

We are four brothers from the Puget Sound area who love the idea of showcasing the area around Seattle as one of the most beautiful areas in the world (when the sun is shining) and the perfect place for a relay race through it's picturesque scenery. Teams consist of 6 (Ultra) or 12 (Strong) members. The Sasquatch relay is a 144 mile over two days. The Sasquatch relay is $1200 per team strong ($100 per member), ultra ($200 per member).

Put Your Team Together

If you need more people for your team, or if you are looking to join a team already being assembled, go to Sasquatch Relay Facebook or the Sasquatch Relay Blog to get together with others to help get teams together.