Join The Hallowine Run
The Hallowine Run (formerly Healdsburg Wine Country Half Marathon) originated in October of 2008 after Destination Races founder Matt Dockstader attended the world-renowned Marathon du Medoc in France. His vision was to create a wine harvest themed race in one of America’s most iconic wine regions – with the flair and colorful costumes he witnessed at the Medoc event. Held annually on the Saturday of Halloween week, the event has become a favorite on the national and local running scenes.
From the starting line near the Healdsburg City Hall, the USATF-certified course takes runners along country roads through Sonoma County’s mountain valleys, and features a downhill finish for the last few miles that will give plenty of runners a chance to notch personal record race times.
After they head north along Grove for the first mile, runners then turns and begin a long trek southward along Highway 101 toward the first turn onto Westside Road and then for a long stretch along Dry Creek Road.
Run along terrain that’s made up of all paved surfaces throughout the race, the course features a mix of flat stretches and gently rolling hills through the wine country for the first several miles — including views of the area’s Dry Creek Valley and Alexander Valley — and then the last few miles take runners along a downhill stretch into downtown Healdsburg, all the way to the finish line near the corner of Vine Street and North Street.
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