Timber Adventures powered by REI
5K SquadRace, hosted by On x REI
When: Saturday 10am Race Start (Arrive Early for warm up and to try demo shoes!)
Where: Start / Finish arch near General Camping
On and REI are bringing the SquadRace to this year's Timber! Outdoor Music Festival.
What is a SquadRace? The SquadRace is a 5k race involving two teams racing around the same course but in opposite directions. The team with the fastest average overall time will be crowned SquadRace champion. Please register as an individual and we will assign you to a specific team on race day. To sweeten the deal, On will be offering their latest and greatest running shoes for you to demo (first come, first serve).
Once the finish line tape has been broken, hang around because On and REI will be raffling off prizes to participants.
All fitness and running abilities are welcome. Check out the rules here.
HIIT Workout, hosted by On x REI
When: Friday 8:30am-9:00am and 12pm-12:30pm
Where: North Meadow
In the mood for a good sweat to kick off your morning? On and REI have you covered. Join an On Ambassador for a 30-minute full-body HIIT workout under the sun. All fitness levels are welcome. Yoga mats and On demo shoes are provided on a first-come, first-serve basis.
HOKA Wake & Walk Demo
When: Saturday 7:45am
Where: REI Run x Fitness Village
Join HOKA for a morning walk to wake up pre-yoga and concerts! HOKA will provide coffee (while supplies last) and demo shoes to test out on a leisurely morning walk around the festival. We will meet in the REI Run x Fitness Village at the HOKA tents at 7:45AM (and depart at 8AM) for a 1.5-mile stroll with good coffee, conversation, and a chance to take HOKA shoes for a test drive.
Demo shoes are free to test out and will be available in a few styles with full men’s and women’s size runs, while supplies last!
On the Lookout for Bats
Yoga with Megan Sloan, hosted by Vuori x REI
Friday and Saturday 9:30am (Family Friendly)
Friday and Saturday 10:30am (Regular Sessions)
Where: North Meadow
Take a moment to center yourself with a calming yoga practice hosted by Vuori and REI. Join yoga instructor Megan Sloan, who will guide you through an experience of finding better overall health and wellness through yoga. Meet us in the quiet, serene sanctuary along the Snoqualmie River, just a few minutes from center stage. All experience levels are welcome and encouraged to join. There will be a very limited number of yoga mats available, so please plan to bring your own.
Yoga takes place in Tolt-Macdonald Park's North Meadow. As you walk west over the walking bridge, follow the main service road to the right for 1/2 a mile until you get to the clearing.
Hiking with Mappy Hour
When: Friday or Saturday at 11am
Where: Tolt-Macdonald Park Trails (Guests will be emailed meet up spot)
Join Mappy Hour for 2 group hikes at Tolt-Macdonald Park during Timber! Outdoor Music Festival. Mappy Hour is community of urban dwelling outdoor enthusiasts who gather monthly around maps, guidebooks, beer, and adventure stories. They love to hike and they love a good beer.
When: Saturday at 10am
Where: Timber Campfire Stage
Make art in nature! Janine Chiorazzi is a local Seattle art teacher, performer & producer who loves to bring people together to celebrate arts & community. Come hang out on Friday or Saturday morning and have fun making art in the outdoors. Janine will guide you through a lesson that is sure to capture your senses and grow towards fulfilling your artistic goals.
Intro to Gravel Riding with Swift Industries
Friday 10:30am-12:30pm | 2:30pm-4:30pm
Saturday 10:30am-12:30pm |2:30pm-4:30pm
Where: Begins at Swift Industries Booth
Join Seattle's own Swift Industries as we take you on mini bicycle adventures at 2022 Timber Fest. Swift Industries is your go-to source for PNW bikepacking gear and inspiration. Our team will lead you on a casual route through some of the most beautiful farm roads and gravel paths the Snoqualmie Valley has to offer.
Recreational Tree Climbing
When: Friday & Saturday, 9:30am-5:30pm Ages 8+
Where: Large Maple Tree near the yurts on the west side of the walking bridge.
Remember how much fun it is to climb trees? Come ascend into the canopy using equipment that will keep both climber and tree safe. Let life slow down, experience Tree Time. Recreational Tree Climbing will happen on Friday and Saturday from 9:30am - 5:30pm just west of the walking bridge.
When: Thursday 2-8pm, Friday & Saturday 8am - 8pm, Ages 8+
Where: Small parking area west of festival check in. Look for Seattle Paddle Board Adventures Sign.
Come float with us! There is nothing quite like being on the water. Experience the Snoqualmie River in a new way on a guided paddle board tour. Never paddled before? No problem! We’ll show you what you need to know as we explore and enjoy the natural beauty around us. Tours include everything you need to paddle safely, dry bags for your valuables, as well as instruction from a certified paddleboard instructor. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
REI Run x Fitness Village
Time to make some moves at the REI Run x Fitness Village. Take your first step on a whole new journey—from run to yoga to fitness, REI will be there with Hoka, Brooks, On, and Vuori to help you get going. They have a little something for everyone, whether you’re just starting or ready to go a little further. Choose from group runs, walks, yoga classes, hula hoop competitions, tie dying, giveaways, great swag, and a chance to win an REI Co-op Cycles CTY E-bike!
Hoka Recovery Area
Feeling tired after being on your feet at Timber Festival? HOKA is providing a FREE recovery area to help your tired legs rest-up! Find the recovery area under the HOKA tents, where you will enter into a space of rest & relaxation. Here you will find chairs to kick back in, Hyperice Normatec Compression Legs to enhance dynamic recovery for the day, as well as massage tools, space to roll-out your legs, and HOKA Ora Recovery Slides to test-out. You’ll leave the HOKA tents feeling ready to fly into your next activity at Timber!
Trail Shoe Demo with Brooks Running
When: 7am - 9am | Friday and Saturday
There’s no better way to start a music-filled festival day than with a peaceful run through the woods. And we’ve even got shoes in case you forgot! Come check out a pair of trail shoes from Brooks Running and put them to the test during your run or walk. There’s no set route or group, you’re free to explore the park as you wish, and at whatever pace you choose. You can even score some sweet swag as a shoe tester. Stop by the Brooks tent in the Fitness Village anytime between 7-9am to get started.
When: Saturday at 11:30pm
Where: Softball fields by park entrance
Join astronomers from the Seattle Astronomical Society, Boeing Employees Astronomical Society and astrophysicists from the University of Washington for a star party! On Saturday at 11:30pm, guests will learn about the cosmos, gaze at distant planets and galaxies. Timber’s stargazing activity will take place in the Softball Fields near the park entrance. No sign up necessary!
Carnation Farmer's Market
When: Friday and Saturday 8am - 12pm
Where: Vending Area
Experience a miniature version of the Carnation Farmers Market at Timber! where you can purchase berries, cherry tomatoes and other festival-friendly seasonal offerings right from local farmers. Complete with free farmtastic games and activities from the CFM Power of Produce Kids Club it's a glimpse into a true rural farmers market. The Farmers Market will be open from 8am - 12pm, Friday and Saturday of Timber! and located near the food vendors
Friday and Saturday 9am - 12pm
Come one, come all! Roll up your sleeves and let your creativity flow. From 9 am to noon we'll be crafting away with the kiddos. Join us at the red barn on Friday and Saturday mornings of for two special concerts for kids, arts, crafts and games!
Beyond a 500-foot suspension foot bridge over the Snoqualmie River are 12 miles of forested and riverside trails connecting to an extensive network of trails in the adjacent Ames Lake Forest. Click here to learn more about trails at Tolt-Macdonald Park from our friends at the Washington Trails Association.
Dip your toes in the water or catch some sun at Tolt River Beach. Beach access is located on the south end of the RV/General Festival camping area.