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Multisports

In Bellingham people love to get outside and play every way they can. You can ski in the mountains and paddle in the ocean the same day.  The incredible terrain is part of what makes Bellingham the perfect hub for multisport events.  Home to a host of multisport races throughout the year you’re sure to find an event that matches your favorite activity. Pull together a team of friends, or go solo. Just make sure you get out there!

Ski to Sea

A 93-mile multisport relay race from Mt. Baker to Bellingham Bay. A team consists of three to eight racers competing in seven sports: cross-country skiing, downhill skiing/snowboarding, running, road biking, canoeing (two people), cyclocross biking and kayaking. Choose from 15 divisions to compete in.

Bellingham SwimRun

Participants are treated to an inspiring and challenging course utilizing Lake Padden and the surrounding forested trails.

Lake Whatcom Triathlon


This is how Bellingham does Olympic-Distance Triathlon. The event welcomes beginner to elite athletes in individual and relay divisions including Individual Sprint Course, Aquabike and Youth Splash & Dash.

Kulshan Quest Adventure Races

Explore the NW corner of Washington State as only an adventure race can offer. Find adventure, challenge, and beauty in our 3-hour and 12-hour races.

Bellingham Traverse

Participants form solo, tandem, and relay teams to run, bike and paddle through Bellingham’s scenic parks, winding trails and open waterways. Courses include greenways run, mountain bike, road bike, trail run, paddle and team TREK.

Padden Triathlon

The Padden Triathlon is an excellent first, second or twenty-second triathlon. Short Course and Long Course available with relay teams welcome. Athena and Clydesdale divisions now offered. Registration capped at 325 entrants per race

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