Each course includes a short section of gravel and paved trail with the majority of the 10K and Half Marathon on fire trails and single track.
The half marathon will start at 8:00 am and the course will have a time limit of 4.5 hours. Runners must reach the 4th aid station (mile 7.49) by 10:30 am and the 5th aid station (mile 10.10) by 11:30 am.
All participants can receive a copy of their appropriate course map on race day.
Each course will be marked with colored ribbons, signs and flour, so that runners know they are on the correct course. Volunteers will also be on the course at key locations to help direct runners.
Because we rely on the limited time available from volunteers, the half marathon has a 4.5 hour cut-off time. If any participants are still on the trail after that time, they will be directed onto the quickest way back to the start/finish area.
Each aid station will be fully stocked with water, sports drink, gels, pretzels, candy, etc. Runners are advised, however, to carry their own water bottle -- especially those doing the half marathon.