Creekside Intermediate School, 2615 Baker Drive, Dexter.
Downtown Ann Arbor.
The hills, trees and backwoods riverbanks of Michigan’s Huron River Drive are the setting for the annual Dexter to Ann Arbor Run, a road race event with a half marathon, a 10K, a 5K and a kids fun run that takes runners on a course exactly as its name suggests, from the town of Dexter along an eastward route along the Huron River to the finish in downtown Ann Arbor.
The race starting line for the half-marathon lies at Dexter’s Creekside Intermediate School on Baker Road, and runners start the race at 8:30 AM. From there, the course follows a counter-clockwise loop through Dexter as they make their way to Huron River Drive, which they follow as its winds along the shores of the river for most of the race.
The course runs through a series of parks on its way to Ann Arbor, including Dexter Huron Metropark, Delhi Metropark and Bird Hills Park. The Huron River makes for a mostly quiet companion throughout the race, as this slow-moving river is known perhaps best to locals and visitors for its slow current and scarce rapids that make for great canoeing and kayaking.
Once they reach downtown Ann Arbor, runners then begin the final stretch of the race along North Main Street, which is also one of the hilliest parts of the race and actually ends on an uphill to the finish line. The half marathon is for runners only, and organizers note you’ll need to keep a pace of 15 minutes per mile or better.
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