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Desert RATS Trail Running Festival

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Desert RATS Trail Running Festival
Fruita, CO
April 16-18, 2021


“Best Trail Festival” – Runner’s World Magazine

“One of the world’s most scenic half marathons” – Active

“This was my first ultra and I was very impressed with the course, organization and event staff.”

“I have [already recommended this race], did by myself the first year, had group of 8 this year!”

*Update 3/27/2021:Registration for the 2021 Festival races is now closed. We were thrilled to be able to raise the original limit and we are so sorry that we can’t accommodate everyone this year. We understand the excitement to get back out there. Please check out our other events for 2021, we can’t wait to see everyone on the trails this year!

*We always have space for volunteers. Register to help out for a day at the Desert RATS Trail Running Festival or the Adventure Fest on May 1 and you will receive a comped entry with no waitlist.

*Note: in order to run in the 2021 race you must have registered before the event was full. Even participants who have rollover credit must register again on Ultrasignup for 2021. NO ONE IS AUTOMATICALLY REGISTERED! 
Thank you so much for the support and understanding, we can’t wait to see everyone on the trails!

Join us for a weekend of fun and running on the world class trails near Fruita, Colorado. The weekend kicks off on Friday night with packet pickup and a food truck dinner hangout. Saturday is the trail marathon and 50K, followed that night with an outdoor racer party at the Fruita Community Center sponsored by New Planet Beer. Sunday’s events include a 10K, half marathon, kids’ races and a finish line brunch party. Friends and family are welcome at all events and participants are offered a special rate at our host hotel the Fruita Super 8. All of the races did sell out last year, so get in early.
We can’t wait to see you this April – Good luck with your training!
Organization
If you have any questions, please contact:
Reid Delman (303) 249-1112
Kyla Claudell (303) 875-3347
Health and Safety Protocol
Our number one priority at all of our races is the safety of our participants, volunteers and crew. Masks will be required at all times except when on the course and eating. Numbers will be limited by wave start and sanitation practices will be in place at all aid stops and the start/finish area. Buses will be limited to 50% capacity with windows open and masks required. Please completely read our Desert RATS safety protocol.
Please feel free to reach out anytime with concerns or questions.
Parking
New for 2021!!! This year there will be no parking for racers, spectators or crew at the start/finish area. Desert RATS Trail Running Festival racers will park at the Fruita Monument High School located at 1102 Wildcat Ave, Fruita CO 81521 and we will provide buses to the start line. Buses will leave every 15 minutes starting at 5:45am on Saturday and 7:15am on Sunday. There will be an option for late packet pickup before all of the waves throughout the morning. Please plan to get there as close to your wave as possible. There will be more than enough parking and this will ensure a much more relaxed and positive experience for everyone!
There will be a small racer drop-off and pick-up area .5 miles north of the start area. This can get congested and we recommend busing if at all possible.
There will still be packet pickup at the start before each of the waves. Please plan to get there as close to your wave as possible.

Buses and Racer Drop-Off

There will be absolutely no parking or camping at the start/finish area. Racers will have two options: 1) There will be a racer drop-off .5 miles from the start where racers can be dropped off by car or 2) Park and take a bus from Fruita Monument High School. We strongly suggest the busing option! There will be plenty of parking and buses will be running constantly throughout the day. It will be a lower stress experience.

Whichever option you choose you will need to be prepped and ready to go on race morning to streamline the process. Please be completely packed with everything you will need for your pre-race, race, and post-race. You will be able to leave your bag at the start/finish area and pick it up after your race. Race morning can be very hectic and unpleasant if unprepared! You need to be ready to get on the bus or quickly hop out of your car so you don’t ruin the experience for the person waiting behind you.

The future of this event is contingent on the bus and racer drop-off areas running smoothly and all participants adhering to the rules. Our volunteers will be strictly enforcing these rules and we ask you to please thank them for being so generous with their time to support your run.

Bus to Start:

  • Buses will pick up at the north parking lot behind the Fruita Monument High School off Wildcat Ave. The high school is located at 1102 Wildcat Ave, Fruita, CO 81521.
  • There will be portable toilets and plenty of parking.
  • Buses will pick up at the circle on the west side of the lot. Please line up with space for social distancing.
  • Buses will be one or 2 per seat and will be at half capacity (25 people per bus). You will need to leave your mask on for the ride.
  • Buses will run at least every 15 mins beginning at 5:45am and running all day.
  • The bus ride will take about 20 minutes.
  • The bus drop-off is .5 mi north of the start/finish area.
  • No dogs on the bus. Strollers are allowed on the bus. Family, friends, and crew may use the bus during the day. Spectators should be respectful of the runners who may need to make their wave and wait for the next available seat if necessary.

Racer Drop-Off:

The racer drop-off area is located just south of the Mack Exit off I-70. When exiting the highway cars will head south and follow signs to the drop-off area. It is directly next to the bus drop-off area about .5 miles from the start/finish. There will be absolutely no stopping or parking except to briefly drop off or pick up a racer. Cars will be encouraged to keep moving to avoid bottlenecks. Please be ready!

Racer Pick-Up:

Racers will be picked up by the buses at the same spot as their drop-off area, just south of the Mack exit .5 miles from the start/finish area, and taken back to Fruita Monument High School. We again encourage taking the bus as the low stress option.

If a racer needs to be picked up by car they will go to the racer drop-off/pick-up area and then call their driver. We cannot allow cars to park anywhere in the area. If you need a place for your driver to park and wait they can use the parking area at the Fruita Monument High School. It’s a 10-15 minute drive from there to the pick up point.

Drop Bags
Racers are welcome to bring their own bags or use our swag bags for storing jackets, post race clothing or other gear at the start/finish area. Racers will clearly label their bags with their race number on white tape we’ll provide. We will have a collection tent for the bags and they will be organized by bib number and available after your race. Please do not forget to pick up bags! We will take any extra to the awards party at the Fruita Community Center Saturday night and to the Sunday races. Anything left after Sunday will be donated.
Be Prepared
You should know what will bring you the most comfort by way of apparel, shoes, food and liquid intake for your race. We are capable of offering suggestions, and have really amazing aid stations, but you understand your body best.
Cupless
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.
Kids’ Events
Bring the whole family! This year’s Sunday events will include a free Kids’ Race (up to 10 years old) at the Start/Finish area. Registration will begin at 9:00a. After we see the ages and how many kids we have we will decide on age groups & distances (may be as long as 0.5mi for the older kids)
Packet Pick-Up & Food Truck
Packet Pick-Up will be at the Fruita Community Center (324 N Coulson St) on Friday from 4:00-7:00p. We’ll have the Colorado Q food truck parked outside, offering a special meal deal for our racers! Our Race Directors and crew will be staying for dinner 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 and Sunday morning before the race waves.)
Awards/Party
The racer party for all racers and Awards Ceremony for the Marathon & 50K races will be happening for 2021! It will be outside at the Fruita Community Center and is sponsored by New Planet Beer! New Planet is a local Colorado company and features gluten free pale and blonde ales that we’ll have for everyone to try. They are incredible and will taste even better after you’ve earned them on the trails! There will be room for social distance and family and friends are welcome.
Men’s & Women’s winners of each of the four distances (50K, Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K) will receive comp entries to next year’s races. There will also be $100 cash premiums at the 1.3 mile mark of both days for men and women.
Customized cowbell 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 day’s awards ceremony. Awards and mementos will not be mailed after the event.


Start/Finish Area
The Start/Finish lines will be at the Hawkeye Trailhead of the Kokopelli Trail just west of Fruita, Colorado, at exit #11 off I-70. There is absolutely NO PARKING at the start/finish area. Racers will park at Fruita Monument High School and buses will leave every 15 minutes throughout the day. There will be a racer drop-off area .5 miles north of the start/finish area but it can be congested and we strongly encourage busing.
The start time for the 50K and Marathon races is Saturday at 7:00a.
The start time for the Half Marathon and 10K races is Sunday at 8:30a.
Your race number and packet will also be available at the Start/Finish Line beginning at 6:00a on Saturday and 7:30a on Sunday. Packet pickup will continue throughout the morning before each wave. Please do not pick up your packet until it is time for your wave. Packets will not be available after race start on Saturday or Saturday night.
Accommodations
This year’s host hotel will be the Super 8 in Fruita. Mention Desert RATS for a special rate.
Weather
Weather on the Kokopelli can vary. The averages for April are a low of 35 & a high of 66 degrees. We’ve had anywhere from 30’s with sleet to 80’s and sunny – come prepared!
Crewing
Crew vehicles are not allowed for the 2021 events. This will be strictly enforced. Only vehicles with official parking passes will be allowed on the course and at the aid stations.
Dogs
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.
Medical
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.
Community & the Gemini Family
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.
Keeping in touch with our racers is important to us! We love to hear how everyone’s training has been, what races are on the horizon, countdowns to Gemini Events, and support and advice each of you give to one another for new courses/distances, adventures, injuries, & more.
Like us on Facebook for updates, news, advice, and pictures from the events.
Staying on Course & Leave No Trace
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.
Cryptobiotic soil is the foundation of desert plant life. This dark, knobby crust is made up of many different living organisms and plays a vital role in maintaining the desert eco-system. However, this soil is extremely fragile and can take decades to grow. Even a footstep can damage the crust for decades, having lasting impacts on the desert environment.
Let’s keep singletrack single. Stay on the trail!
Unforeseeable Circumstances
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 without a refund of unused portions. This rule will be implemented in the most extreme cases for the safety of the runners or officials.
Lost & Found
Items left at Aid Stations and lost & found items will be available at the Awards Ceremonies.
Local Laws
Federal, State, and County laws and ordinances must be followed at all times.
Refund Policy
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.
There will be no entry transfers.

Course

Aid Stations
For environmental reasons cups will not be provided at the aid stations.
Aid Stations will NOT have aspirin, ibuprofen or other NSAIDs.
Aid Stations will be stocked with gels, potato chips, peanut butter and jelly rolls, chocolate, bananas, Skittles, ice water and Tailwind.
50K
Moore Fun1 – 5.9mi
Moore Fun2 – 10.2mi
Pizza Overlook – 14.3mi
Crossroads – 17.7mi
Troybuilt – 24.2mi
Elevation Gain: 3640’+
Low Point 4539′ – High Point 5400′
Marathon
Moore Fun1 – 5.9mi
Pizza Overlook – 10.0mi
Crossroads – 13.4mi
Troybuilt – 19.9mi
Elevation Gain: 3580’+
Low Point 4552′ – High Point 5400′
Half Marathon
Crossroads 1.5 miles
Pizza Overlook 3.0 miles
Moore Fun 7.1 miles
Elevation Gain: 1540’+
Low Point 4591′ – High Point 5400′
10K
Crossroads 1.5 miles
Pizza Overlook 3.0 miles
Crossroads 4.3 miles
Elevation Gain: 600’+
Low Point 4615′ – High Point 4826′
50K
Moore Fun1 – 5.9mi
Moore Fun2 – 10.2mi
Pizza Overlook – 14.3mi
Crossroads – 17.7mi
Troybuilt – 24.2mi
Elevation Gain: 3640’+
Marathon
Moore Fun1 – 5.9mi
Pizza Overlook – 10.0mi
Crossroads – 13.4mi
Troybuilt – 19.9mi
Elevation Gain: 3580’+
Half Marathon
Crossroads 1.5 miles
Pizza Overlook 3.0 miles
Moore Fun 7.1 miles
Elevation Gain: 1540’+
10K
Crossroads 1.5 miles
Pizza Overlook 3.0 miles
Crossroads 4.3 miles
Elevation Gain: 600’+

Saturday Course:

The Marathon will be a single loop connecting the desert trails of the Kokopelli and adjacent trails. 50K runners will do an additional 4.6mi loop beginning at the Moore Fun Aid Station allowing runners to hit this Aid Station twice. The courses roll between elevations of 4,500 and 5,400 feet with over 3,400 feet of climbing.
Start: A nice warm up takes runners out one mile of gently rolling dirt road. A 0.3mi uphill brings racers to an open area where there will be a course official noting a $100 cash premium for the first male and the first female to reach this point. A sharp left turn puts runners on the first single track of the day. Once on this section, it will be difficult to pass so find your place before your reach this section. Large rocks and twists bring you to a high point where you will stay close to the edge and enjoy beautiful views before the rugged descent down the other side.
50K Out & Back: After leaving the Aid Station, 50K runners will head down the road to Rustler’s Loop. Traveling clockwise around the loop, this soft dirt trail winds its way through gently rolling hills and wide open fields. After completing the loop, you’ll be back at Moore Fun.
Moore Fun: A short downhill will bring you to a rugged jeep road. It will take you up a gentle climb and descent until it connects into the wide, flat and fast section of Mary’s Loop. Head right on Mary’s Loop, going through some fun technical terrain with amazing views of the Colorado River, to reach Pizza Overlook.
Pizza Overlook: Upon leaving the Aid Station, you will immediately begin descending quickly. A narrow trail and big drop offs will eventually open up as you begin following the rim in and out of the canyons. On an incredibly picturesque course, this section is generally considered the most beautiful.
Crossroads: After a short climb, the course passes some intersecting trails and makes a couple of sharp turns (pay attention to the course markings). This will lead to the undulating, remote section of the Troybuilt Trail. This is the longest section between Aid Stations so be sure to carry water with you. A fun descent through a wash will bring you to Troybuilt.
You must make it to the Crossroads Aid Station by Noon. Racers over this cut-off will be directed to bypass the remaining course, proceeding back to the Start/Finish by the most direct route, 1.5mi on Mary’s Loop and Hawkeye.
Troybuilt: Leaving this Aid Station will put you on the steep, hot climb of the day. Eventually bringing you to Mack Ridge, this section will open up, once again following what some would consider a little too close to the overlook. A new section of single-track will make a sharp left turn and descend 2.8 miles to the backside of the parking lot and the finish line.
Sunday Course:

Runners head out the gently rolling dirt road for a mile until they take a sharp right turn for 0.3mi to the top of the hill. From there, the first Aid Station is visible and racers cross the cattle guard, staying on the road, and head down the steep hill to the Crossroads Aid Station.
Crossroads #1: Both distances will head out from the Aid Station down the steep, rocky gully for a short distance until it flattens out but continues twisting and turning. Runners will reach a “T” in the road where they take a left hand turn. You will follow along the beautiful rim for a short time before heading up a steep ledgy section to the Pizza Overlook Aid Station.
Pizza Overlook:
(10K) Take a left at the Aid Station on the rugged jeep road back to Crossroads Aid Station #2, then back over the cattle guard and to the Finish Line.
(Half Marathon) Travel on the open rolling section of Mary’s Loop until hitting the Wrangler’s Loop cutoff. Make a sharp left. Some sections will be loose or sandy but overall there is good footing. A nice decent will bring racers to the Moore Fun Aid Station.
Moore Fun: The trail becomes rocky and technical as it makes the big climb to the top of this fun section. After it levels off for a short distance, the trail will make a fun technical decent to the cattleguard. From there, you will go back the same way you came, down the short steep section to the dirt road and along the double-track to the finish.
Saturday Course:


The Marathon will be a single loop connecting the desert trails of the Kokopelli and adjacent trails. 50K runners will do an additional 4.6mi loop beginning at the Moore Fun Aid Station allowing runners to hit this Aid Station twice. The courses roll between elevations of 4,500 and 5,400 feet with over 3,400 feet of climbing.
Start: A nice warm up takes runners out one mile of gently rolling dirt road. A 0.3mi uphill brings racers to an open area where there will be a course official noting a $100 cash premium for the first male and the first female to reach this point. A sharp left turn puts runners on the first single track of the day. Once on this section, it will be difficult to pass so find your place before your reach this section. Large rocks and twists bring you to a high point where you will stay close to the edge and enjoy beautiful views before the rugged descent down the other side.
50K Out & Back: After leaving the Aid Station, 50K runners will head down the road to Rustler’s Loop. Traveling clockwise around the loop, this soft dirt trail winds its way through gently rolling hills and wide open fields. After completing the loop, you’ll be back at Moore Fun.
Moore Fun: A short downhill will bring you to a rugged jeep road. It will take you up a gentle climb and descent until it connects into the wide, flat and fast section of Mary’s Loop. Head right on Mary’s Loop, going through some fun technical terrain with amazing views of the Colorado River, to reach Pizza Overlook.
Pizza Overlook: Upon leaving the Aid Station, you will immediately begin descending quickly. A narrow trail and big drop offs will eventually open up as you begin following the rim in and out of the canyons. On an incredibly picturesque course, this section is generally considered the most beautiful.
Crossroads: After a short climb, the course passes some intersecting trails and makes a couple of sharp turns (pay attention to the course markings). This will lead to the undulating, remote section of the Troybuilt Trail. This is the longest section between Aid Stations so be sure to carry water with you. A fun descent through a wash will bring you to Troybuilt.
You must make it to the Crossroads Aid Station by Noon. Racers over this cut-off will be directed to bypass the remaining course, proceeding back to the Start/Finish by the most direct route, 1.5mi on Mary’s Loop and Hawkeye.
Troybuilt: Leaving this Aid Station will put you on the steep, hot climb of the day. Eventually bringing you to Mack Ridge, this section will open up, once again following what some would consider a little too close to the overlook. A new section of single-track will make a sharp left turn and descend 2.8 miles to the backside of the parking lot and the finish line.
Sunday Course:


Runners head out the gently rolling dirt road for a mile until they take a sharp right turn for 0.3mi to the top of the hill. From there, the first Aid Station is visible and racers cross the cattle guard, staying on the road, and head down the steep hill to the Crossroads Aid Station.
Crossroads #1: Both distances will head out from the Aid Station down the steep, rocky gully for a short distance until it flattens out but continues twisting and turning. Runners will reach a “T” in the road where they take a left hand turn. You will follow along the beautiful rim for a short time before heading up a steep ledgy section to the Pizza Overlook Aid Station.
Pizza Overlook:
(10K) Take a left at the Aid Station on the rugged jeep road back to Crossroads Aid Station #2, then back over the cattle guard and to the Finish Line.
(Half Marathon) Travel on the open rolling section of Mary’s Loop until hitting the Wrangler’s Loop cutoff. Make a sharp left. Some sections will be loose or sandy but overall there is good footing. A nice decent will bring racers to the Moore Fun Aid Station.
Moore Fun: The trail becomes rocky and technical as it makes the big climb to the top of this fun section. After it levels off for a short distance, the trail will make a fun technical decent to the cattleguard. From there, you will go back the same way you came, down the short steep section to the dirt road and along the double-track to the finish.

Schedule

The wave start schedule is now available! Waves will consist of around 50-75 runners. Cut-Offs will remain the same and will be enforced by wave. All runners will have the same amount of total time on course.

The elite waves are open to any runners who are contending for a top 15 spot overall in their race. There is no need to contact us to apply for this wave. The event is chip timed and we will know when you start.

Friday

4:00p-7:00p – Packet Pick-Up and Colorado Q Food Truck – Fruita Community Center

Saturday

Buses will leave Fruita Monument High School every 15 minutes starting at 5:45am. 

6:00a – Packet pick-up begins and continues throughout the morning @ the Start Line. Please do not pick up your packet until it is time for your wave to minimize congestion at the start.

Group A
7:00a-7:07a – Elite Marathon/50K start Wave #1
7:10a-7:17a – Marathon start Wave #2 (Under 20, 20-29, 30-39)
7:20a-7:27a – Marathon start Wave #3 (40-49, 50-59, 60+)
Group B
8:00a-8:07a – 50K Ultramarathon start Wave #1 (Under 20, 20-29)
8:10a-8:17a – 50K Ultramarathon start Wave #2 (30-39)
8:20a-8:27a – 50K Ultramarathon start Wave #3 (40-49)
8:30a-8:37a – 50K Ultramarathon start Wave #4 (50-59, 60+)
1:00p – Crossroads Aid Cut-Off (2:30 for the last wave)
5:00p – Marathon/50K Final Cut-Off (based on wave start time)
6:00p – Awards/Raffle/Party outside at the Fruita Community Center sponsored by New Planet Beer!

Sunday

Buses will leave Fruita Monument High School ever 15 minutes starting at 7:15am. 

7:30a – Packet pick-up begins and continues throughout the morning @ the Start Line. Please do not pick up your packet until it is time for your wave to minimize congestion at the start.

Group A
8:30a-8:37a – Elite Half Marathon/10K start Wave #1
8:40a-8:47a – 10K start Wave #2 (Under 20, 20-29, 30-39)
8:50a-8:57a – 10K start Wave #3 (40-49, 50-59, 60+)
9:00a – Free Kids Race
Group B
9:30a-9:37a – Half Marathon start Wave #1 (Under 20, 20-29)
9:40a-9:47a –Half Marathon start Wave #2 (30-39)
9:50a-9:57a – Half Marathon start Wave #3 (40-49)
10:00a-10:07a – Half Marathon start Wave #4 (50-59, 60+)
10:30 – 10K Awards
1:00a – Awards/Raffle @ Start/Finish

Registration

Registration is now Closed

Event Pricing

Cost per person:
Early (until January 1st):
50K – $115
Marathon – $110
1/2 Marathon – $105
10K – $70
10K Youth (12 and Under) – $30

Standard (until March 14):
50K – $125
Marathon – $120
1/2 Marathon – $110
10K – $80
10K Youth (12 and Under) – $30

Late (until April 14):
50K – $135
Marathon – $130
1/2 Marathon – $125
10K – $90
10K Youth (12 and Under) – $30

Race Weekend:
50K – $145
Marathon – $140
1/2 Marathon – $135
10K – $90
10K Youth (12 and Under) – $30

Online registration closes on April 14th at 11:59pm. Registration will be available at packet pickup and race day morning if the event is not sold out.

Entry fee is non-refundable and nontransferable.

Entry fees include: place winner awards, shirts (or other race memento), aid station goodies, a finisher’s memento and post-race refreshments.

Refund Policy:
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.

Gallery

Results

Course Records:
50K Male: 3:55:39 – Jason Schlarb (2018)
50K Female: 4:55:17 – Michelle Hiland (2017)
Marathon Male: 3:04:35 – Pawel Oboz (2010)
Marathon Female: 3:24:10 – Anna Pichrtova (2009)
Half Marathon Male: 1:27:27 – Gordon Gianniny (2016)
Half Marathon Female: 1:39:44 – Tara Richardson (2018)
10K Male: 34:36 – Joseph Manila Fasha (2006)
10K Female: 44:51 – Lynda Andros (2006)
Course Records:
50K Male
3:55:39 – Jason Schlarb (2018)
50K Female
4:55:17 – Michelle Hiland (2017)
Marathon Male
3:04:35 – Pawel Oboz (2010)
Marathon Female
3:24:10 – Anna Pichrtova (2009)
Half Marathon Male:
1:27:27 – Gordon Gianniny (2016)
Half Marathon Female:
1:39:44 – Tara Richardson (2018)
10K Male:
34:36 – Joseph Manila Fasha (2006)
10K Female:
44:51 – Lynda Andros (2006)

Volunteer

Huge thanks to our 2021 partners!