Lombardi Ave. eastbound, Lambeau Field Atrium
Lambeau Field west side parking lot
The marathoners head to the village of De Pere and cross their new bridge before a scenic, six mile stretch along the Fox River Trail. The asphalt trail runs along the river from DePere, through Allouez, to downtown Green Bay before crossing the Walnut Street bridge. It then continues through more Green Bay neighborhoods before returning to Lambeau Field. Come enjoy the fun!
The point-to-point course for the half marathon starts on Lombardi Avenue, next to the stadium, and from there heads out on a roughly counter-clockwise loop through this part of Green Bay, turning first on 12th Avenue and Hickory Hill Drive.
From there, the course winds through block after block of residential neighborhoods, with a mostly fast and flat run for the race’s first few miles. The race really only begins to rise once runners reach the mile 5 point, where runners can expect a very gradual ascent to begin for the next couple of miles.
Next, the course runs along West Point Road and South Point Road — past He-Nis-Ra Park and through Sherwood Forest Park, during which the course begins heading gradually downhill again.
The final few miles of the race bring runners in to the finish line at Lambeau Field in the section of the city known as Ashwaubenon, where runners end their race by running into the stadium and they get to touch the famous “Tundra” turf on the field.
While those running the full marathon will encounter a few more hills and changes in elevation thanks to the stretches they run along the Fox River Trail, those running the half stay within the city’s residential neighborhoods, and remain on mostly flat ground throughout their race.
The race information has been found on the official website of the event or through publicly available sources. Always refer to the official website the latest race information. Please let us know if any data is wrong or missing, by emailing us.