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Date & Time:
May 9, 2020
50K – 7:00 AM | 25K – 7:30 AM | 8 Mile – 8:00 AM | 4 Mile – 8:30 AM

Location:
Greenland Open Space | Larkspur, CO

Directions
For directions, a parking map and a map to Greenland Open Space, please click here.

Time Limit
The finish line will close at 3:00 PM.

Pre-race Packet Pickup
Click here for information about pre-race and race day packet pick-up.

Awards:
Overall and Age Group awards will be presented in all races as follows:

Top Overall Male and Female in each race

Top three in the following age groups:
4 Mile: 9 and under, 10-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70-79, 80 and over
8 Mile/25K/50K: 19 and under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70 and over

All finishers will get a finishers medal

Drop Bags:
We will have a 10’x10′ tent with a tarp on the ground under it at the turn-around point of the race. This is located about a 1/4 mile from the finish line. You are more than welcome to take a bag to this location and leave it for the duration of the race. We will also have an area at the registration tables for you to leave your drop bags if you want us to transport them to this tent for you. you are responsible for getting the bag back to the finish line after the race, which means you may need to walk the 1/4 mile back out to the tent after you finish.

Weather & Safety Information:
We all know that weather in Colorado is day to day. The race will be held no matter the weather.

Greenland Open Space is a multi-use open space that can see a lot of foot, bike, and horse traffic. However, in early May, this traffic is fairly light. Expect to see wildlife in the form of rabbits, prairie dogs, fox, coyote, birds, and possibly bear and mountain lion.

Though this race is not considered high altitude for residents of Colorado. If you are traveling from elevations below 2,000′, be prepared for some shortness of breath. The high point on the course is 7,400′, about 1,000′ higher than Colorado Springs and 2,000′ higher than Denver.