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May 2015
May2nd2015

Tour De Bloom

  • Date: May 2nd, 2015 to May 3rd, 2015

The Tour de Bloom Omnium is a two-day cycling event being held May 2-3, 2015, in the greater Wenatchee area. Organized by the Wenatchee Valley Velo Club, Tour de Bloom features a hill climb from Squilchuck State Park to the Mission Ridge Ski Area on Saturday morning, a criterium in historic downtown Wenatchee on Saturday afternoon and evening, and a road race among the rolling wheat fields near Waterville in adjacent Douglas County on Sunday. The event is USA Cycling-certified and run under USA Cycling permit 2015-440. Tour de Bloom is held during Wenatchee’s famous Apple Blossom Festival.

May9th2015

Horse Lake Trail Runs

  • Date: May 9th, 2015
  • Time: 9:00 am
  • Where: Horse Lake Reserve, Wenatchee Foothills

The Horse Lake Half-Marathon and 5-Mile trail runs are held on the 1,700-acre Horse Lake Reserve, located in the Wenatchee Foothills near the city of Wenatchee and owned by the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust. The reserve is known for its wildflowers and other plant life and stunning views of the North Cascades and the Wenatchee River and Columbia River valleys. This third-annual trail run event is again a fundraiser for the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust. Proceeds will be go directly to trail construction and maintenance at the Horse Lake Reserve. More Info

May30th2015

Leavenworth Film Festival

  • Date: May 30th, 2015
  • Time: 5:30pm
  • Where: Leavenworth Festhalle

Showcasing the best recent independent short films with a focus on outdoor pursuits and the natural world. This year’s festival features top films in each category and is followed by an awards ceremony. See these great films, local art and intermission performances while enjoying your beaverage of choice. More Info

May31st2015

Red Devil Trail Runs

  • Date: May 31st, 2015
  • Time: 9:00 AM
  • Where: Wenatchee National Forest, Cashmere

The fifth-annual Red Devil Challenge 25K and 10K Trail Runs in the Wenatchee National Forest south of Cashmere. The event is held on single-track, well-maintained trails along the east slopes of the Cascades. The 25K — a loop with the start and finish at Sandcreek Trailhead — is very challenging with about 3,000 feet of elevation gain. The 10K, which also starts and ends at the Sandcreek Trailhead, has an elevation gain of 1,000 feet. More Info