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The Pueblo to Pueblo Run & Bike is the first major race event of the year in the Four Corners with three courses: a 5K Fun Run, a Half Marathon, and a 29-Mile Bike Ride. Hand silk-screened t-shirts and swag will be handed out to all pre-registrants. And women’s and men’s 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes will be awarded for each course.
Half Marathon – CHECK-IN STARTS AT 7 AM / BUS LEAVES AT 8:15 / RACE BEGINS AT 9 AM
The Half Marathon route runs over gently rolling Lebanon Road with scenic views of the La Platas, Mesa Verde and Sleeping Ute, gradually dropping from 7100 feet at the Anasazi Heritage Center to 6200 feet at the Cortez Cultural Center.
The majority of the Half Marathon is run on paved scenic rural county roads with 360 views of the La Platas, Mesa Verde and the Sleeping Ute. The Half Marathon begins at the Anasazi Heritage Center and gradually declines in elevation 934 feet as the route follows County Road 25 south to the Carpenter Natural Area's west trailhead. From there, the route heads east through Carpenter Natural Area along a paved path and continues east onto Hospital Drive. At Mildred Street the route heads south briefly, then turns west onto Driscoll, and then south again along Park Street. At Montezuma Avenue the route turns west through the historic residential neighborhood of Montezuma Avenue, and loops back to the finishing line at the Cortez Cultural Center.
$45 Now through March 31
$55 (April 1 – 24)
$60 (Day of the Race)
29-mile Bike – CHECK-IN STARTS AT 8 AM / RACE BEGINS AT 9 AM
The 29 mile Ride stays on paved highways and forms a loop from Cortez to the Anasazi Heritage Center and back, rising and descending 934 feet.
The 29 mile Bike Ride route is entirely on paved roads and highways with a gradual elevation change of about 900 feet. The Ride begins at the Cortez Cultural Center and heads north on Broadway/Highway 491 for 11 miles, then turns east with a stunning view of the La Plata Mountains on Highway 184 for 9 miles. At Highway 145 the route turns south, facing the cliffs of Mesa Verde, for 9 miles as it descends 900 feet in elevation, then heads west through town streets, arriving at the finish line on Market and North Streets.
$40 Now through March 31
$50 (through April 24)
$55 (Day of the Race)
5K – CHECK-IN STARTS AT 9 AM / RACE BEGINS AT 10 AM
The 5k route passes through historic Montezuma Avenue and around Parque de Vida, and is relatively flat.
The 5K route is flat and entirely paved, beginning and ending at the Cortez Cultural Center. The route goes along the historic Montezuma Avenue, then around Parque de Vida, and back to the Cultural Center along the scenic Montezuma boulevard.
$35 Now through March 31
$45 (through April 24)
$50 (Day of the Race)
Race proceeds benefit programming at the Cortez Cultural Center, a 501.c.3 promoting the arts, cultural diversity and natural environment of the Four Corners region.
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