Aderire Mount Charleston Marathon and Half
This incredibly fast and remarkably beautiful road race takes runners from the forests of Kyle Canyon on Mt Charleston to Las Vegas, Nevada. Featuring a smooth downhill slope and spectacular scenery, this race will be sure to help you set your PR and finally hit that Boston Qualifying time as it is the fastest marathon and half marathon in Nevada. REVEL in speed. REVEL in beauty. REVEL down Mount Charleston!
Runners are set to follow a fast, stunningly scenic and all-downhill course at the all-new Revel Mount Charleston Marathon & Half Marathon, which is set for its inaugural running in 2016 along a route that starts in Kyle Canyon just outside the city and finishes at Centennial Hills Park in Las Vegas.
Part of a four-race series known as Run Revel — which also includes June’sRevel Rockies Half Marathon, September’s Revel Big Cottonwood Half Marathon in Salt Lake City, and the Revel Canyon City Half outside Los Angeles in November — the Revel Mount Charleston races feature the same opportunity to notch a personal record time along a gorgeous downhill descent from the mountains to the city.
Punti salienti del corsoThe marathon 26.2-mile race will start at an elevation of about 7,500 feet above sea level near the Mount Charleston Lodge, a rustic hotel and resort known for its hiking trails and vacation village, while the half marathon begins at about the mid-way point of the full marathon, along Kyle Canyon Road with the peaks of Mount Charleston off in the distance, the half marathon begins at about 4,600 feet. From there, runners will follow Kyle Canyon Road for most of the race, descending to an elevation of just over 2,400 feet by the time they reach the finish line in Centennial Hills Park. Along the way, they’ll make turns on West Frontage Road, Elkhorn Road, West Cimarron Road and Deer Springs Way, before turning into the park for the race finish.
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