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The Cascade Crest Classic

The Cascade Crest 100 (aka the Cascade Crest Classic or CCC) is a 100-mile foot race run largely within the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest near Snoqualmie Pass, WA. By Washington standards, CCC is a historic 100-miler, having been run since 1999. With 30+ miles on the Pacific Crest Trail, a run through the abandoned Snoqualmie Railroad Tunnel, and a good chance you catch sunrise from near the Domerie Divide between Lakes Cle Elum and Kachess, it is uniquely Pacific Northwest.

Alongside the Plain 100, it is one of two mountain 100-milers within an hour drive of our home base at the confluence of the Wenatchee and Icicle Rivers. Given the proximity, history, and small size of the event, I've been stoked to run sections of the course and check out the cool scene that Rich and Adam have cultivated at CCC and the course preview Needles 50k. Last year involved a modification of the course due to fires in the Teanaway but, judging from the events at the Easton Firehouse, you'd…

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