The Start line for the half marathon will be at the Enchanted Forest Cross country ski area and the finish line will be in town (approximately 800′ lower than the start). All racers will be transported from town to the start line. The marathon will start and finish in town.
Packet Pick-Up & Late Registration will be at the TBA on Friday from 5:00-7:00p. Our Race Directors and crew will be here and it’s a great chance to get all of your questions answered. (If you’re unable to make the early pickup, we will have it available Saturday morning before the races.)
The racer party for all racers and Awards Ceremony for the Marathon will be TBD, stay tuned. Men’s & Women’s winners of each race will receive comp entries to next year’s races.
Customized awards will be given to the top three male and female finishers in each race in each of the following age groups:
Under 20, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+
Racers will receive customized dog tag finisher’s awards as they cross the finish line. Placer’s awards will be distributed at each race’s awards ceremony. Awards and mementos will not be mailed after the event.
If you have any questions, please contact:
Reid Delman (303) 249-1112
Kyla Claudell (303) 875-3347
In order to be environmentally friendly and cut down on the amount of trash we produce, we will not have cups at the aid stations. Please carry a water bottle, hydration pack or collapsible cup on the course.
This year’s host hotel will be TBD. We will have a special group rate for racers.
Weather in Red River can vary. The averages for July are a low of 42 & a high of 75 degrees. It is not unusual to see afternoon storms – come prepared!
Crews are allowed and encouraged in town for the marathon. It is also allowed at the XC ski area stations TBA
We love dogs! Well-behaved dogs on leashes are welcome at the Start/Finish and aid stations. Unfortunately, we cannot allow dogs on course with their runners.
At each aid station, there will be radio contact available and all necessary materials to nurse any bumps, cuts, bruises, or blisters. The start/finish will have a medical tent and medics, including a certified Emergency Medical Technician. Aid stations will NOT have aspirin, ibuprofen or other NSAIDs.
We want to continue to improve! Look for a post-race survey we send to each participant. Please take a couple minutes to fill out the survey with both positives and aspects we can improve on.
Racers must stay on the designated course. Shortcutting will result in a disqualification. If you go off course, you must return to the same point you exited in order to continue.
In the case of unforeseeable circumstances due to weather or other extenuating circumstances that prevents the safe continuation of the race, race officials may end the race at any given time. This rule will be implemented in the most extreme cases for the safety of the runners or officials.
Items left at Aid Stations and lost & found items will be available at the Awards Ceremonies.
Federal, State, and County laws and ordinances must be followed at all times.
30 Days or more prior to the Event: 85% credit of registration fee (excluding UltraSignup fees).
Less than 30 days prior to the Event: No refunds or credit given.
Credits may be applied to any future Gemini Adventures race and will be valid for 12 months.
Registered runners may also switch between distances. No refunds or credit will be given for dropping down in distance. If stepping up in distance, the added current pricing of the longer distance will be charged (excluding UltraSignup fees).
To request credits, log in to your UltraSignup account, and go to Registration History. Select Edit for the event, and scroll to the bottom of the page where Cancel Registration is linked. Follow the prompts.
Early (until March 31st)
Heavy Half Marathon – $80
Trail Marathon – $100
Standard (until June 30th)
Heavy Half Marathon – $90
Trail Marathon – $110
Late (until July 28th)
Heavy Half Marathon – $100
Trail Marathon – $120
Heavy Half Marathon – $110
Trail Marathon – $130