Angwin to Angwish 24k Run

In 2015, Pacific Union College’s Angwin to Angwish race raised money for victims of the Valley Fire. The 2017 edition of the race will be held Sunday.

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Pacific Union College’s Angwin to Angwish Trail Run is Sunday

On Sunday, Oct. 15, Pacific Union College once again welcomes runners from all over California to Angwin to Angwish, a classic trail run for athletes of all ages.

A tribute to the classic race first run in the ’70s, Angwin to Angwish offers a half-marathon, 10k races, and a 4k Fun Run. The 2017 race supports PUC, and contributes to the mission trips and scholarships the college is renowned for. Angwin to Angwish is a day of “running with a purpose” giving everyone the opportunity to share in the beauty of PUC’s campus, while making a difference.

All runners receive special woodcut finisher medals and a technical race shirt.

“We always look forward to welcoming Angwin to Angwish runners to campus. The race offers a unique opportunity for people to experience something that makes PUC so special, our beautiful land,” said Jennifer Tyner, vice president of student life and enrollment. “Every year it’s great to see the community show such amazing support for our college and our incredible students.”

For more information about Angwin to Angwish and to register, visit