Yes, the half marathon has a time limit of 4 hours (approximately a 18 minute per mile pace). If you’re not on pace to finish within the time limit at the halfway point, you may need to be picked up by our shuttles, or turn around. The 5K has a time limit of 1 hour (approximately a 19 minute per mile pace) due to the half marathon coming up from behind and, if not on pace, you may be asked to finish as a pedestrian. You will receive a finisher’s medal regardless of your finish time.
For your convenience, use our downloadable pace table to help estimate your finish time when you register. In order to group together similarly-paced runners, base your estimate on your most recent training run or race results.
Race weekend parking, shuttle info & driving directions will be included in the final instructions and emailed to all participants by Monday, June 13th.
Race weekend parking and other details will be included in the final instructions and emailed to all participants by Monday, June 13th.
For a list of our favorite spots to grab coffee in Mammoth Lakes, please visit our Spectator Guide.
Unauthorized bicycles, motorized vehicles, wheelchairs and strollers not permitted on the half marathon course due to safety concerns. However, for the 5K race only, you are welcome to have pets or strollers join you. For further inquiries, email email@example.com.
RACE DAY is Sunday, June 19, 2016
The Half Marathon starts at 7:30am* at Horseshoe Lake in Mammoth Lakes, CA. Shuttles to the start line are provided from all partner Hotels and from downtown Mammoth Lakes. The 5K starts at 7:30am* adjacent to . Shuttles to the 5K start line are also provided from all partner Hotels.
*All times are approximate. Race weekend shuttle times and other details will be included in the final instructions and emailed to all participants by Monday, June 13th.
Yes, and we encourage this eco-friendly option. Each aid station will include fresh water to refill your bottle, as necessary.
Please see Results.
Yes, we are an mp3-player friendly race. However, for your safety, please adjust your volume so that you are aware of your surroundings at all times.
There are several ways to keep updated: 1 – Like us on Facebook; 2 – Sign up to receive our newsletter; and/or 3 – follow us on Twitter. All past & present registrants will automatically receive updates via email from: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We anticipate beautiful weather this time of year in Mammoth Lakes, but it’s always a good idea to check the weather forecast a few days before the race so you can prepare & dress appropriately. The race and post-event will be held whether there is sun, rain or anything in between. In June, the average temperature is 75º F (24ºC).
The half marathon is limited to 1,500 runners the 5K race is limited to 250 runners.
Yes, both the half marathon and 5K have an official gear check bag & the drop-off locations are adjacent to their respective start lines. For details, please refer to the final instructions which will be sent via email to all registered participants by June 13th.
Yes! We have FREE live tracking available for all runners. Please visit our Spectator Guide to learn more and sign up.
Yes, we have partnered with several great hotels, including the The Village Lodge, Juniper Springs Resort, and Sierra Nevada Resort & Spa, with shuttles provided to and from the start and finish lines. To learn more, visit: Travel & Hotels. Book early to receive the preferred rates!
In addition to your name, address, phone, and credit card, you will be asked to submit the following as part of the online registration process:
- estimated finish time (How do I estimate my finish time?)
- date of birth
- shirt size (half marathon size chart and 5K size chart)
- an emergency contact and phone number
- city and state (this will be listed with your results)
- electronic waiver agreement
- bib personalization (optional, up to 8 characters, due by June 1st)
- SMS phone number (optional, for last minute race updates)
- additional upgrades include: VIP and the San Diego–Mammoth Challenge (Half Marathon only).
For information regarding local road closures the morning of Sunday, June 19, 2016, please visit the Traffic Info page on our website.