Saturday, June 15th, 2019, 9:00 am
Enjoy a trail race for all skill levels through the majestic Kaibab National Forest just outside the North entrance to Grand Canyon National Park! Spend the rest of the weekend making new memories at the Grand Canyon.


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To celebrate the National Park's 100 year Anniversary, runners will get a unique opportunity to see canyon views from the North Rim!

The course takes runners through the forest before revealing breathtaking views of Crazy Jug Point and Monument Point! A good majority of this course will run on fire service roads (double track dirt roads) within the North Kaibab National Forest.

The terrain is runnable, but please note that this is a trail run and you will either be running on dirt roads or semi-rocky trails. It's a beautifully brutal course with some breathtaking views of the Grand Canyon!

Race Expo

When: Friday, June 14th, 1pm–6pm (bibs available until 7pm)
Where: Jacob Hamblin Park, Kanab, UT (map)

Half Marathon

When: Saturday, June 15th, 9am–1pm 
Start/Finish Line: Heritage High School (map)
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