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Mesa Falls Marathon

DATOS DE INTERÉS

Distancia Maratón

Fecha 22 agosto, 2020

Acerca de Mesa Falls Marathon

Nestled at the southern edge of the Yellowstone Caldera, is the small, rural community of Ashton, Idaho. Known as the "World’s Largest Seed Producing Area", Ashton has much more to offer both travelers and residents alike. Within easy driving distance to world-renowned attractions including Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, Mesa Falls and Henry’s Fork of the Snake River, Ashton welcomes nearly two million visitors each year as they travel through our area.

Resting at the junction of two Scenic Byways – Mesa Falls Scenic Byway and Teton Scenic Byway – all roads leading in to and out of Ashton are avenues of majestic scenic beauty. The numerous mountains, lakes, rivers, meandering streams, lush forests and open meadows draw sightseers and sportsmen year round.

With that being said, the Mesa Fall Marathon is the place to be!!

The Mesa Falls Marathon and Half Marathon races are point to point courses that begin in the Targhee National Forest near the headwaters of the Warm River and end in the city of Ashton, Idaho. The 10k, 5k and 1 mile races start and end in Ashton City Park.

Distancias

5K

  • 5km

Marathon

  • 42,195km

Half Marathon

  • 21,097km

10K

  • 10km

Mesa Falls Marathon MAPA DEL RECORRIDO DE

Mesa Falls Marathon MAPA DEL RECORRIDO DE

Comenzar:

Targhee National Forest

Ashton,us

Terminar:

City Park, Ashton ID

Ashton,us

RESUMEN

The Mesa Falls Marathon and Half Marathon races are point to point courses that begin in the Targhee National Forest near the headwaters of the Warm River and end in the city of Ashton, Idaho. Due to our geographic location and proximity to Yellowstone National Park, a wide variety of wildlife reside in the area including elk, deer, moose, bison, cougars, wolves, and bears. The race committee makes every attempt to clear the race course of unofficial entries prior to the race. However, recognizing that wildlife may not always follow our course rules, there may be four-legged “bandits” on the course at any point. Runners are reminded to use caution if and when encountering wild animals. Please give elk, deer, moose, and bison the right of way—they are bigger than you! If a bear or cougar are spotted, just remember that you don’t want to be the first runner—nor the last!

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