Sep

15

2019

Sandpoint, Idaho (United States of America) - "Scenic Half Marathon & 10K". With a route across Sandpoint's iconic Long Bridge, offering panoramic views of Lake Pend Oreille and the surrounding mountains – what else could we call it but the "Scenic Half Marathon"! Well-known as an established, fun and professionally managed race, the Scenic Half Marathon attracts hundreds of runners from all across the country to participate in this annual event. The Scenic Half Marathon hosts two events, giving participants the option to compete in a 13.1 mile Half Marathon or a 10K. Each independent race awards age category winners and Half Marathon competitors who complete the race receive a finisher's medal. As the benefactor, the Greater Sandpoint Chamber of Commerce, is committed to supporting the local community and Greater Sandpoint area. www.scenichalf.com

Sep

15

2019

Boise, Idaho (United States of America) - "Jack & Jill’s Downhill Marathon & Half Marathon". The race showcases Idaho's beauty and is point-to-point. Fly down this fast course with a net drop of over 4000’ and a USATF Certified course making it a FAST Boston Qualifier. We have strategically picked September 15, 2019 because "if" and "when" you qualify, you can register for Boston 2020 and the following year you can use your same time for 2021. www.jackjillid.com

Sep

21

2019

Sun Valley, Idaho (United States of America) - "Sun Valley Half Marathon". Please join us September 21, 2019 for another amazing Sun Valley Half Marathon which will finish in Ketchum Town Square, followed by the Sawtooth Brewery Oktoberfest. Course starts at the YMCA, heads south on the bike path, turns left into Elkhorn, climbs over Elkhorn and back down to Sun Valley Rd. Then it takes a right turn on the bike path toward Trail Creek and does an out and back before heading back into Ketchum and finishes at the town square. www.woodriverymca.org/ymca-event/sun-valley-half-marathon-2019

Sep

28

2019

Boise, Idaho (United States of America) - "FitOne Half Marathon, 10K & 5K". The half marathon is endurance, stamina, and pushing yourself just a little harder. It’s also freedom, happiness—and that amazing feeling when you cross the finish line. Look around: for 13.1 miles, you are athletes, role models, a community, a force. Please note, this course is not certified by USATF and only certified service animals are allowed. www.fitoneboise.org

Oct

13

2019

Boise, Idaho (United States of America) - "City of Trees Marathon and Half Marathon". The race start and finish will be at Parkcenter Park, on Parkcenter Boulevard, Boise, Idaho 83706. The City of Trees Marathon events are USATF certified courses, and the marathon is a Boston Marathon Qualifier. Chips will be used to assure accurate timing, you must wear a chip to be timed in the events. The course will be marked with a-frame signs and there are mile markers indicating the half marathon and full marathon miles. www.cityoftreesmarathon.com

Oct

19

2019

Hayden, Idaho (United States of America) - "Hayden Lake Marathon". Enjoy breathtaking views while running past golf courses, lakes, horse pastures, farms, and North Idaho forests. All three distances start and finish at Hayden Lake’s Honeysuckle Beach, a beautiful neighborhood park overlooking Hayden Lake and surrounding mountains. Located just 10 minutes north of Coeur d’Alene, this unique marathon course goes completely around Hayden Lake on hilly, challenging forest-lined roads. www.haydenlakemarathon.org

Jan

18

2020

Emmett, Idaho (United States of America) - "Freezeout Challenge". It should be cold, it should be hard, but it should be great! Beat old man winter, or Mr. Feezeout by taking on the challenge of both the environment and the hill. The loop course is a 12K just slightly over seven miles, and the short course (no Freezeout Hill) is just under four miles. Both courses are challenging but they are great runs for training for other events and for trail running.

Mar

07

2020

Boise, Idaho (United States of America) - "Les Bois 10K". The course starts and finishes at Fort Boise Park in Boise Idaho. The race is run completely on dirt roads. This course is an out-and-back, meaning you climb to 3.1 miles and then turn around and descend back to the Start/Finish Line. The course is challenging but is a great trial run for training for trail running. The race utilizes the Military Reserve Area behind Fort Boise Park.


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