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Hill Country Marathon

Quick facts

Distance Marathon

About Hill Country Marathon

Set among the scenic rolling Hill Country roads, the course is designed to engage a runner’s desire for challenge, while providing a picturesque racing experience. Racers will have the chance to lose themselves in the pure and utter beauty of the Texas roads less traveled, and immerse themselves in the scenery often overlooked.

Each race takes place on a paved course involving an out and back course on country roads with rolling hills, challenging climbs and gorgeous views. All races begin and end at the Marble Falls High School’s Mustang Stadium. The Hill Country Trivium is a Boston Qualifier and a USATF Certified Course.

Practicalities

After Race Services

Live bluegrass music from The Shady Rest Band. Finishers will receive pie from Bluebonnet Cafe upon crossing the finish line.

Aid Stations

There will be 9 Aid Stations along the course. Aid Stations will have water, Gatorade, sodas, fruit, and an assortment of quick-to-grab foods such as chips, nuts and pretzels. Hydration Stations will have water, salts and packaged snacks only.

Award Medals

Finisher's Medal, All distances 1-5th Male/Female overall (39 and younger) All Distances: 1-5th Male/Female Masters (40+ is masters).

Maximum Time

9 hrs

Parking

Parking is availabe at the parking lot of the Marble Falls High School stadium.

Refreshments

Local Hill Country food vendors will be selling nibbles.

Timing

Chip Timing

Hill Country Marathon Route Map

Hill Country Marathon Route Map

Start:

Marble Falls High School’s Mustang Stadium

2101 Mustang Dr, Marble Falls, TX 78654, USA

Difficulty

rolling

Overview

Race takes place on a paved course involving an out and back course on country roads with rolling hills, challenging climbs and gorgeous views. All races begin and end at the Marble Falls High School’s Mustang Stadium. The Marathon runners will have three major hills, few low water crossings and beautiful country roads. The Marathon course is on the following major roads: Mormon Mill Rd which turns into CR 340 outside the Marble Falls city limits and CR 341.


Hill Country Marathon Trivia

The Hill Country Marathon was the 512th largest marathon in the U.S. last year and was the 476th largest in 2014.

Last year 1.8% of finishers qualified for the Boston Marathon and 3.0% of runners qualified for Boston in 2014.

This gives the Hill Country Marathon the 459th highest percentage of Boston Marathon qualifiers in the U.S. last year and the 422nd highest percentage in 2014.

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.