- The Steamboat Marathon is a race that has become one of the most recognizable races in the Running Series.
- Voted 10 Most Scenic Marathons of the Year
- An early June event
Overview: The Steamboat Marathon is a race that has become one of the most recognizable races in the Running Series. In fact, Runner's World chose this marathon course as one of the "10 Most Scenic Marathons of the Year" back in February 1996. It was also named one of the "Top Ten Destination Marathons in North America" in March 1999.
Where: Hahns Peak Village
Fees: Entry fees vary
Description of the Course
The race starts at Hahns Peak Village, following a paved country road into the Elk River Valley, and completing at the courthouse in downtown Steamboat Springs. The race ends at an elevation of 6,728 feet.
The half marathon race starts in the middle of the regular marathon course at a point called Moon Hill, which rises to an elevation of 6,990 feet. Of course, this race finishes at the same location as the full marathon, in the downtown core. Fitness walkers are allowed to participate as well
The course runs for 10km and is a USATF Certified racecourse. It moves along a rolling, paved road passing by Strawberry Park and Old Town Steamboat Springs. The starting and finish line is located at the courthouse.
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Event Phone Number: (970) 875-7005