For information about individual races (course description, directions, GPS coordinates, lodging, etc), please click the links below:
Day 1 (Mar.7): Ute Lake
Day 2 (Mar.8): Conchas
Day 3 (July 25): Sugarite*
Day 4 (July 26): Eagle Nest
Please note that unlike most of our series, these are NOT on 4 consecutive days.
*The Sugarite Marathon begins in Colorado and finishes in New Mexico, may be counted as either state, but not both
Series dates: March 7-8 and July 25-26, 2015.
Race Distances: Full marathon, half marathon, and 5K every day.
Start times: Ute Lake and Conchas will begin at 7:00AM MST; Sugarite and Eagle’s Nest will begin at 6:00AM MDT.
Race day registration and packet pickup: One hour before start time on race day, at the start line.
Early Start: No, all races begin at first light.
Time limit: None. We have a “no runner left behind” policy, and we happily stay until the final finisher crosses the line. Walkers are always welcome!
Pets and strollers: Pets are not allowed, for the safety and comfort of our runners/walkers; you’re welcome to bring a stroller if you have small children.
Active military or member of any club that lists the event on their website: $10/marathon or half marathon, $5/5K
Children aged 12 or under on race day: $10/any distance
Food/aid stations: Due to our unique multi-loop course setup, we have one giant “aid station,” with more food and drink than you could ever need! Ask anyone who’s run at least one of our races; we’ve got everything from fruit to jelly beans to sandwiches, water to Gatorade to hot coffee, and everything in between. Way more than just Goo and bananas (although the banana smoothies really hit the spot on hot days)!
Registration information is below. You may do any number of races; special medals are awarded to those who complete all four!
What about the bling?
We all know that’s the best part!
All finishers will receive one cotton T-shirt, and a separate medal for each day; in addition, we give a special medal to those who complete all races in a series.
We even give a special award to each person participating in his or her first full or half marathon!
The best part: The famous caboose, given to the final finisher of each race!