This year’s event features a 9 Mile and Half Marathon distance. Both courses feature incredible Ozark-like bluff views through Cuivre River State Park.

Participants will receive a lightweight full zip hoodie and a custom finisher medal as well as post-race grilled cheese sandwiches, snacks, beer, and other refreshments. Registration is limited to 375 participants. Please reference below for distance cutoff times before registering.

9 Mile Trail Run

This event takes place on single-track trails with various terrain and footing types. In order to prevent trail congestion, runners are sent in waves based on their estimated current 10K race pace on roads. Course distance is subject to possible change at the discretion of the park or the race directors to provide a safe and enjoyable event. Note – We have a course cutoff time of 4 hours.

Half Marathon Trail Run

This event takes place on single-track trails with various terrain and footing types. In order to prevent trail congestion, runners are sent in waves based on their estimated current half-marathon race pace on roads. Course distance is subject to possible change at the discretion of the park or the race directors to provide a safe and enjoyable event. Note – We have a course cutoff time of 4 hours.

Cuivre River State Park is located in Troy, Missouri. Runners are sent onto the race course in waves of 30-35 that have been seeded according to their predicted pace for a road half marathon & 10K race.

This year’s course will include incredible bluff views. Along the course, runners can expect wide fireman roads, narrow single-track trails, rolling hills, steep climbs (but not too many), and numerous creek crossings through the bottomland forest of Big Sugar Creek. Participants should also expect to experience your average Midwest rocks, roots, and mud, along with some spectacular wildlife. The striking views along the course will remind you of the famous Missouri Ozarks. The course offers new challenges for every level while enjoying the fantastic scenery.

Dogs are not permitted on the course or in the race.

LASH Endurance re-introduces the Daytona Beach Half Marathon as the Daytona 2 Beach Half Marathon & 5k Fun Run. The course will begin at Daytona International Speedway and wind down to Daytona Beach (those bridges are challenging). Then back to finish at One Daytona. We will ensure at least one lap of Daytona International Speedway for 2023 – and beyond, we have some bigger ideas.

Join us for this magnificent 1st Annual Drink MO Wine Run in Augusta, Missouri! The run begins in the quaint and hilly town of Augusta. After touring around the quiet, historical streets, you head down to the Katy Trail for some flat, fun miles. The 5k and 10k turn around and head back while the half marathoners will enter Klondike Park and enjoy the beautiful, wooded trails. After looping around the unique park, runners head back to amazing Augusta to finish!
The finish line will include local businesses, light snacks, and an award ceremony at the park adjacent to Mount Pleasant Winery. All runners receive a “Passport to Missouri Wine Country” to guide you through the area wineries & shops, a finishers wine glass and a race t-shirt. All half marathon finishers will also receive a festive wine stopper medal!
A huge thanks to Hoffman Companies, our title sponsor! Hoffman wineries will be on your passport and include: Montelle Winery, Balducci Vineyards, Mount Pleasant Estates, and Augusta Winery.

Choose between two stage race distances or build your own event by selecting your preferred distance each day. Achieve your goals at the Golden Ultra.  Whether you’re aiming for your first 13 km, vertical challenge, half marathon, or ultra-marathon, we’ve got all the options on beautiful trails right from the Town of Golden.

Hosted over 3 days, the Golden Ultra incorporates two stage races (Half Pint & Full Pint) and their component days into one big mountain trail running festival. Runners can choose between either stage race and any of the individual single-day distances.

The “Full Pint” consists of a vertical kilometer, a 60 km ultra, and a 22kms Half Marathon on the final day (Sunday). We have named this race the “Blood, Sweat, Tears”

The “Half Pint” consists of a 3km hill climb, a 30 km second day, and a nice “easy” 13 km to finish off your weekend on dirt. We call this the “Climb, Conquer, Cruise”

A three-day trail running race on the legendary singletrack of Moab, Utah!

Moab Run the Rocks lets you pick your poison so you have the best chance of achieving your goals on some of the most sought-after singletrack on the planet. Choose between two stage race lengths—The Full Pint or The Half Pint—each consisting of three stages held over three days. Or, join us for a single day on either stage 2 or 3.

For runners looking to fill their cup, The Full Pint offers a spectacular route totaling 53.6 miles (85.6km) and 4,480 ft (1,356m) of vertical gain. And for those interested in a shorter challenge that doesn’t hold back on thrilling terrain, The Half Pint delivers a route totaling 33.1 miles (53.1km) and 2,670 ft (811m) of vertical gain. No matter which length you choose, fun is sure to be had by all during this unique stage race and spring trail running festival.

Registration is limited to 400 racers.

The Full Pint
At 53.6 miles (85.6km) and 4,480 ft (1,356m) of vertical gain, The Full Pint is for those who want to experience as much of Moab’s legendary singletrack as possible in the short time you’re with us.

The Half Pint
For those that are looking for something a little less intense, we present The Half Pint. It has all the flavor without the volume, and at 33.1 miles (53.1km) and 2,670 ft (811m) of vertical gain, this challenging course highlights some of Moab’s finest singletrack.

A three-day trail running race on the legendary singletrack of Moab, Utah!

Moab Run the Rocks lets you pick your poison so you have the best chance of achieving your goals on some of the most sought-after singletrack on the planet. Choose between two stage race lengths—The Full Pint or The Half Pint—each consisting of three stages held over three days. Or, join us for a single day on either stage 2 or 3.

For runners looking to fill their cup, The Full Pint offers a spectacular route totaling 53.6 miles (85.6km) and 4,480 ft (1,356m) of vertical gain. And for those interested in a shorter challenge that doesn’t hold back on thrilling terrain, The Half Pint delivers a route totaling 33.1 miles (53.1km) and 2,670 ft (811m) of vertical gain. No matter which length you choose, fun is sure to be had by all during this unique stage race and spring trail running festival.

Registration is limited to 400 racers.

The Full Pint
At 53.6 miles (85.6km) and 4,480 ft (1,356m) of vertical gain, The Full Pint is for those who want to experience as much of Moab’s legendary singletrack as possible in the short time you’re with us.

The Half Pint
For those that are looking for something a little less intense, we present The Half Pint. It has all the flavor without the volume, and at 33.1 miles (53.1km) and 2,670 ft (811m) of vertical gain, this challenging course highlights some of Moab’s finest singletrack.

The City of Wildwood is hosting the 13th annual Wildwood Frozen Feet Trail Run. This year’s course will follow a series of trails located in the City of Wildwood, including the Hamilton-Carr Greenway, the Al Foster Memorial Trail, the Bluff View Trail, the Flow Trail, the Bluff View Connector Trail, the Rock Hollow Trail, and the Zombie East Trail.

Registration includes:

ALL-NEW, TRUE-TO-SIZE INSULATED JACKET!
FINISHER AWARD AND THE TRADITIONAL POST-RACE REFRESHMENTS.

Whether you walk or run, there is always a crowd to cheer you through the race, delicious breakfast burritos to feed you after your race, and recovery time by the fire pit.

 

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Wyoming Marathon Races

The Bryce Canyon Half Marathon weekend has something for everyone. The half marathon course takes you through the iconic red rock that is abundant throughout Bryce Canyon Country. Catch a taste of the red rocks along Kodachrome Road on the 5k Walk/Run or get blasted with color in the Color Me Fun Run. Come and enjoy Bryce Canyon Country and be sure to bring your friends.

The Half Marathon starts at Ruby’s Inn on Hwy 63, Bryce (elev. 7,652 ft.). The course heads north, then turns east onto National Scenic Byway 12. The route descends through Bryce Canyon National Park, through the town of Tropic, and ends in Cannonville (elev. 5,800ft.).

The 5K Walk or Run is for those that want to share the experience and beauty of Southern Utah’s red rock. The starting line is at Cannonville Town Park and takes you south along Kodachrome Road. Enjoy early morning views of the beautiful red rocks and the famous Promise Rock in the valley to the east.

The Deseret News Marathon is the longest-operating marathon in Utah. For 51 years runners have been racing down the historic pioneer route into the Salt Lake Valley and through the Days of ’47 Parade. The Deseret News races consist of a full marathon, half marathon, 10K, and 5K.