Join us for the fifth annual RunnersWorld Tulsa 26.2, 50, or 100 Mile Urban Adventure Race!
The RunnersWorld Tulsa Urban Adventure Race promises to be an unforgettable running experience. It is an urban adventure, a running tour of Tulsa, beginning and ending at RunnersWorld Tulsa. There is a distance for most everyone beginning with the marathon. The marathon is an exciting tour around Tulsa to experience seeing a vast amount of the iconic sights that represent our town! Upon finishing you will receive your Urban finisher's medal!
26.2 - 50 - 75 - 100 miles
The Pumpkin Holler 100 Mile, 100K, 50K, 25K, and 10 Mile races will take part in the beautiful J.T. Nickel Preserve. The largest privately protected conservation area in the Ozark, the Nickel Preserve is a 17,000-acre remote area northeast of Tahlequah, Ok, and runs alongside the scenic Illinois River. The preserve was formed in 2000 as the result of a land gift from the John Nickel Family. The course consists of gravel country roads with a few nice climbs. It is home to grassy prairies, oaks and pines, and an extensive system of tributaries feeding the Illinois River to the south. The tree covered trail will be bursting with yellows, and reds and browns as the trees are just beginning to turn colors and show off their magnificent fall foliage.
Other events by: TZ Trail Runs
Join us for the 2023 Snake Run where everyone has the same finishing time. You run as many loops as you can in 3 or 6 hours. The course is a flat and sandy trail called the Snake Trail and located on the upper section of Turkey Mountain.
We have fabulous awards for the top three male and female finishers for each race. Every participant receives a fantastic custom Snake Run socks and custom finishers’ medal.
Presented by RunnersWorld Racing, 3920 S Peoria
Other events by: Activate918
Tulsa's Backyard Book Fair is an overnight scavenger hunt. Your goal is to solve clues and find books hidden in the area around the Herman & Kate Kaiser YMCA. You can run sundown to sunup and complete for the most books found. Or you can find a few, hang by the campfire, and campout to watch a beautiful Oklahoma summer sunrise.