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Course description

Course description

full Marathon Course

Runners will start in the rancho potrero open space area and take the Lupine Trail to the Palomino Trail to the Ranch Overlook Trail into the SMMNRC. Once here, you'll pick up the Satwiwa Loop Trail to little sycamore then "the wall" ~ otherwise known as the fossil trail. from here you'll summit to old boney and take old boney trail to blue canyon trail. once at danielson multi use area, you'll take two foxes to coyote to ranch center road, down sage to rehydrate & refuel at danileson. next, head up sage trail across ranch center down the fire road before leaving danielson to start your return to the finish. you'll pickup two foxes to sin nombre to hidden pond and back to the satwiwa loop via little sycamore. Congratulations ~ you've just completed the hiawatha full marathon!!! this is a multi loop course; no two loops are the same!

**********IMPORTANT*********The full marathon race must be completed in 8 hours. The first 10.5 miles must be completed in 3.5 hours. If you have not reached the Aid Station at 10.5 miles within 3.5 hours (that's 10 am), you will be directed towards the finish and receive a time for the 13.1 race. Plan your Race with these time cut-offs in mind!!!

Runners will start in the rancho potrero open space area and take the Lupine Trail to the Palomino Trail to the Ranch Overlook Trail into the SMMNRC. Once here, you'll pick up the Satwiwa Loop Trail to little sycamore then "the wall" ~ oTherwise known as the fossil trail. from here you'll summit to old boney and take old boney trail to blue canyon trail. once at danielson multi use area, you'll pickup two foxes to sin nombre to hidden pond and back. Congratulations ~ you've just completed the hiawatha half...which is closer to 14 miles! this is a lolli-pop loop course. Eat your wheaties!!!

Full Aid Stations will be located at Miles 6.5, 10.5, 15.5, 18, 21 and 26.

Aid Station Locations

Course Maps

Aid Station Locations

6.5 Mile Course

Course description

There will be no FULL Aid Stations on course. Water will be available at Miles 1.5 and 5. Full Aid will be available at the Start & Finish.

4,178' Elevation Gain ~ race starts at 6:30 am ~ course closes at 2:30 pm

Half Marathon Course

Aid Station Locations

2,286' Elevation Gain ~ race starts at 7:00 am

...it's really 14 Miles

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864' Elevation Gain ~ race starts at 7:30 am

Runners will start in the rancho potrero open space area and take the Lupine Trail to the Palomino Trail to the Ranch Overlook Trail into the SMMNRC. Once here, you'll pick up the Satwiwa Loop Trail to the Hidden Valley Overlook Trail and back. Congratulations ~ you've just completed 6.5 Miles! this is an out & back course.

Full Aid Stations will be located at Miles 4, 8, 10 and 14.