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Pasco History Tour Virtual Challenge - Historic Buildings

Wed May 1 - Fri May 1, 2026 Pasco, WA 99301 US


Pasco History Tour Virtual Challenge - Historic Buildings

$20 Registration ends January 1, 2026 at 11:59pm PST


Pasco, WA US 99301


The Pasco History Virtual Tour Challenge continues with this second installment. In this challenge you will learn about many historical buildings in and around the City of Pasco in Franklin County, WA.  As you virtually reach specific milestones along the History Tour route, you will receive emails containing interesting facts and stories about that specific milestone location. Upon completion of the Virtual History Tour you will receive a unique one of kind finisher's medal. 

The virtual tour route start at Pasco City Hall and ends at the Franklin County Museum. As you log miles, by walking, running, biking, swimming, rowing, etc., you will virtually travel in, through, and around Pasco; virtually visiting historical buildings along the way. 

Once you have completed the full Pasco History Virtual Tour Challenge - Historic Buildings, you will receive a unique finisher's medal that incorporates some of the unique buildings you visited along the way. 

Race Contact Info

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This is a Virtual Challenge, which means participants can complete the challenge from anywhere in the country or even world. The intent is not that participants will actually follow the route outlined on the map, but rather they will log miles in a variety of ways in whatever location they choose. They will then visit their account on the Pasco History Tour Virtual Challenge website and will upload their miles completed. As participants upload their miles their marker will progress along the virtual route map. When their marker reaches specific checkpoint parks, that checkpoint will trigger an email to be sent to their inbox which will explain some of the history of that particular checkpoint. Once they have logged and uploaded the full miles of the route and completed the challenge, their medal will then be mailed out to the address on file or, for those who live nearby, the medal can be picked up at the Recreation Services office the week after completing the challenge.

What counts as miles? The good thing about a virtual challenge is that you get to decide what miles you will or will not upload and count toward the challenge goal. The goal of the challenge is not to win a race but rather to get people up and active and to help them learn a little about the City of Pasco. Below is a list of activities you could count toward the goal, first are those that would be counted mile for mile, the second is a list of energy conversion activities:

Mile for Mile Activities:
Running (Outdoor, Indoor, Treadmill)
Biking (Outdoor, Indoor, Spinning)
Walking/Hiking (Outdoor, Indoor, Treadmill)
Rowing (Outdoor, Rowing Machine)
Rollerskating/Rollerblading (Indoor, Outdoor)
Swimming (Outdoor, Indoor)

Energy Conversion Activities (Minutes to reach 1 Mile)

Baseball/Softball = 20 minutes
Basketball (1/2 Court) = 20 minutes
Basketball (Full Court) = 10 minutes
Bowling = 20 minutes
Dancing = 15 minutes
Football = 15 minutes
Jump Rope = 10 minutes
Mowing/Gardening/Raking/Pruning = 25 minutes
Pickleball = 20 Minutes
Pilates/Pushups/Sit-ups = 20 minutes
Soccer = 10 minutes
Tennis = 10 minutes
Volleyball = 15 minutes
Yoga = 40 minutes

Pasco Recreation Invites all to Get Up, Get Fit, Have Fun, and Do More while you enjoy completing the Pasco History Tour Virtual Challenge - Historical Buildings!

Finisher Medal

Below is an image of the finisher medal you will receive once you have completed the challenge.

Route Map for Pasco History Tour Virtual Challenge - Historical Buildings

The route is 79.7 miles in length starting at Pasco City Hall and ending at the Franklin County Historical Museum. 

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