The 4th Annual Woodinville Turkey Trot is going Virtual! With all of the unknowns surrounding COVID-19 restrictions, the WTT race committee has decided to move to the virtual format. The race will  be held on November 26th, Thanksgiving Day with a twist! We still hope you will join us for a fun morning with family and friends. You can gather your family and test yourself on your own 5k or 5 mile course. It's a great way to get the family together before your big Thanksgiving dinner. The twist we are adding this year is the "3100 Calorie" Challenge.  We all eat too much on Thanksgiving and what better way to enjoy those calories, but by burning them off the month prior. A typical dinner is around 3100 calories and a 5k can burn as much as 310 calories during a run or walk. Runners/walkers can sign up for the 3k Calorie Challenge and complete the 31 miles by breaking them up into smaller segments. Do (10) 5k's or a mile a day in the month leading up to Thanksgiving. Each person completing 31 miles will receive a Woodinville Turkey Trot medal in addition to this year's t-shirt.Don't miss all of the fun with:5k or 5 Mile virtual run/walk"3K Calorie" ChallengeAge Group Awards (1st place male/female)T-shirt for all entrants (registered by 11/15 then shirt size not guarenteed)Race bibs with pinsRace medal for completing 3k Calorie Challenge The Woodinville Turkey Trot is a family-oriented event and is designed to get your family and friends together. While this year our event has had to evolve, we hope you continue the tradition of a pre-dinner event before your dinner. Embrace the changes we've all had to make this year and keep our traditions strong!  


  • Occurs Thursday, November 26th, 2020 — all day


Kristine Korven

20215 149th Pl NE
Woodinville, WA 98072


Kristine Korven

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