8th Annual Pam’s Run – We’re going virtual!
We’re going virtual this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic so that you can participate safely and responsibly.
Use our course (maps below) or chart your own – a sidewalk, trail or treadmill – anytime between October 18 and October 24.
- Registration: $40 ($35 if you register before September 1)
- Join a team and get $5 off (for teams of 9 or more). See details on the Get Involved page.
- Guaranteed free shirt or bandana for early-bird registrations (before September 1); while supplies last thereafter. A small shipping fee will be charged to cover the cost of mailing.
- Self-timed results
T-shirts and bandanas will be mailed to the address which you provide during Registration. A shipping fee will be collected during the registration process to cover the cost of mailing. You may also elect not to receive a giveaway.
Pam’s Run 5K and 10K Courses
For those who would like to run our regular courses, or to challenge your previous best times, our course maps are available for download. Click here for a printable course map.
The 5K course is mostly flat as it winds through beautiful neighborhoods in north Wayland. At mile 2, there is one short hill (about .1 mile long). Thereafter, the course is mostly flat allowing for a fast finish. The course includes one water stop.
Please note that the 5K course runs long, at 3.4 miles. We have given consideration to adding a second timing mat to appropriately adjust the course length; however, in order to remain true to the fundraising spirit of this charity event, we have chosen to maximize the proceeds going to Neighbor Brigade and streamline our costs by having just one timing mat. The timing company will adjust pace per mile to reflect a 3.4 distance rather than a 3.1 distance.
The 10K course is well-shaded by colorful fall foliage and is mostly flat until a short hill at mile 2. The course continues through beautiful conservation land with a few small undulating hills on a country dirt road for approximately one mile.
After mile 3, the course turns onto Concord Road with rolling hills and a few long downhill stretches between miles 4 and 5. After a short climb at mile 5.5 on Claypit Hill Road, runners can kick in their final gear on this flat finish. The course includes two water stops.