2016 Run for the Oaks Results

Run for the Oaks 

Be a part of the Oak Savanna Restoration Project at Left Coast Cellars! This is the second annual Run for the Oaks at Left Coast Cellars. The course will predominantly be on rolling gravel roads or off-road with trail and paved road segments. Picture a run or a leisurely stroll through some of the most beautiful estate vineyards and old growth oak savannas of Oregon Wine Country. You will be cooled by the breezes of the Van Duzer Corridor, across a flowering landscape, and your participation celebrated with Left Coast's award winning wines.

Our hope is that, through the years, racers will see the improvements we are making in the forest and witness their own contributions to those efforts as the restoration project develops and grows. We seek to expand the trail system and make it a true ecological experience open to everyone who comes to visit us at the estate. 

Event Details:

Run for the Oaks will begin on Saturday morning August 5th, 2017 at Left Coast Cellars. All proceeds from the race, food and wine sales for the day will be devoted to the Oak Savanna Restoration Project.

Left Coast Cellars     4225 Pacific Hwy W, Rickreall, OR, 97371     United States

503-831-4916

10K Trail Run

  • $55 (Price increases to $60.00 after May 31, 2017 at 11:59pm PDT)
  • Start time of 9:30 AM

5K Trail Run

  • $45 (Price increases to $50.00 after May 31, 2017 at 11:59pm PDT)
  • Start time of 9:40 AM

5K Trail Walk

  • $45 (Price increases to $50.00 after May 31, 2017 at 11:59pm PDT)
  • Start time of 9:40 AM

*Entry includes race logo T-shirts, complimentary wine tasting, GoVino wine glass, awards and professional chip timing.

Packet pickup:

Early packet pickup

Friday August 4, 2016 12:00PM - 5:00PM at the tasting room 

Race day packet pickup

Saturday August 5, 2016 7:30AM - 8:50AM in front of winery 

 

The Oak Savanna Restoration Project

Left Coast Cellars has over 100 acres of ecological compensation areas and 70 acres of old growth oak forest. Through time the forest has become populated with invasive species and our goal is to restore the forest to a native oak savanna. We have partnered with the US Fish and Wildlife Service. They will provide the technical expertise for the restoration as well as help us to match any funds we are able to raise ourselves with Federal and State grants. The forest will be a permanent wildlife refuge in the center of our estate and create habitat for native plants, wildlife, birds and insects as well as improving the watershed.

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