The Mammoth Half Marathon carries runners over a breathtaking, scenic course through California’s picturesque High Sierra mountains and operates under permit on the Inyo National Forest**. The route starts nearly 9,000 ft above sea level at Horseshoe Lake and finishes in downtown Mammoth Lakes (~7,800 ft). Since our inaugural race in 2013, we have added a scenic loop around Lake Mary and brand-new Waterford bridge, making our world-class course even better!
Perks & Pricing
Long-sleeved Technical Shirt
MAR 31 - MAY 4$105
MAY 5 - JUN 15$109
*The Mammoth Half Marathon is limited to 1,500 participants. Processing & handling is calculated at checkout and includes a $5 Community Support fee.
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RUN + SKI FOR $170
Save on both the 2019 Mammoth Half and an adult lift ticket to Mammoth Mountain with our new Run + Ski package. Includes one Mammoth Mountain adult lift pass for the 2018/2019 season (blackout dates apply) and one half marathon entry for the Mammoth Half Marathon on June 23, 2019. Mammoth Mountain is set to remain open until July 4 so there’s plenty of time to get your stoke on!
Personalize your bib (by May 22)
Purchase upgrades during registration
• VIP upgrade includes pre- and post-race receptions and restrooms
• Race day packet pick-up upgrade
• The San Diego – Mammoth Challenge upgrade
Sunday, June 23, 2019
Pick up your Race Packet at the Mountain Center
Start/Finish in Mammoth Lakes
• Start at Horseshoe Lake and finish in downtown Mammoth Lakes. Complimentary race day shuttles for participants to/from the start and finish are provided from all our preferred Hotels
Share Results and Spectator Guide
• Overall, Masters overall, top 3 in each age group
Celebrate Mammoth Lakes – and your finish
• Special offers at participating businesses in downtown Mammoth Lakes
*All times are approximate.
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