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This is a New Year's Day tradition in Colorado Springs. The race doesn't start till 10 AM, so you can still see in the New Year and be plenty refreshed to tackle the challenging 5K and 10K courses in Palmer Park. Bring your friends and family and start the New Year with some healthy competition and even better camaraderie. You won't regret it.
All proceeds from the race benefit the El Paso County Search & Rescue (EPCSAR), an all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to search and mountain rescue.
If somebody gets hurt on Pikes Peak, lost on our many trails, drives off the Pikes Peak Highway, EPCSAR is there to help. Members buy their own equipment and contribute hundreds of volunteer hours for the community. During snow storms, EPCSAR volunteers are out in the storm tending to stranded motorists.
EPCSAR is there year round, 24 hours a day. We never charge for our services!
$25 - through December 15
$30 - Dec. 16 through Dec 31.
$35 - Race Day
$10 Shirt (optional addition)
Shirts are optional and are an additional $10 to the registration price. The shirts are long sleeve technical shirts with unisex sizing. Sizes are X-Small, Small, Medium, Large, X-Large and XX-Large.
January 1, 2020
8:30 - 10:00 AM: Race day registration
9:30 AM: Free Kids Runs
10:00 AM: 10K Start
10:15 AM: 5K Start
FREE Kids Run - 3 categories (50 yard diaper derby, 200 yard toddler trot, 1 mile school-age run. All distances are approximate. Commemorative race bib to all entrants, and finishers receive a ribbon.
The races are run on paved and dirt roads over rolling and hilly terrain, which include panoramic views of the city. The altitude is 6,000+ feet, and temperatures may range from 50 to -25 degrees. The race will be held regardless of weather conditions on race day.
Additional race information can be found at https://www.pprrun.org/events/rescuerun.
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