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6th Annual Lake Powell Half Marathon



The Lake Powell Half Marathon begins at the John C. Page Park in the town of Page, AZ. The first 3 miles circles a portion of the town before getting onto the Page Rim Trail. This short trail section allows for stunning views of rock formations and glimpses of Lake Powell!

You'll then return to pavement before heading downhill toward the bridge that crosses over Glen Canyon Dam.

The course then heads north into the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area to finish at the Stateline Boat Ramp within the park's boundaries. 
*Note: Due to the rough slick rock portions of this course, strollers are not allowed.

 
Half Marathon Aid Stations
At our road half marathons our aid stations typically start at mile 3 and are every other mile after that with a bonus aid station around mile 12. They are not always right at the mile marker so check your race guide to find out where they will be exactly. Our 5K races typically have a single aid station midway through the race. 

You can find toilets, water, Go Gnarly electrolyte drink and Honey Stinger gels at every aid station. Usually, around mile 7 and 11 we'll have cut fruit and bananas. 

At every aid station, we'll have basic first aid supplies, and we normally station our EMT's near mile 7. 

Our road half marathons and 5Ks are cup-free. That means we will not have disposable cups available for you to use. When you register you will have the option to receive a free hydrapouch with your registration or you can use your own hydration system. 

 

Date:

Oct 20, 2018

Location:

Lake Powell National Recreation Center
4304 Bullfrog
Lake Powell, az 84533

Price:

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