We run the Estes Park Marathon.

Race Report: Estes Park Marathon

A race that starts with a five-mile downhill scramble and a slog of an uphill slope from miles eleven to sixteen. Beautiful scenery as this race tours the amazing Rocky National Park. A mostly exposed course is relatively high-altitude (9,000 feet descending to 7,500 feet) for out of towners.

Estes Park Marathon Course Profile

Estes Park Marathon Course Profile

I loved this race and would run it again.

Race Website: http://www.epmarathon.org

Lowest Point: 7,420 feet

Highest Point: 9,150 feet

Approximate Gain: 750 feet

Approximate Descent: 2,250 feet

Annie's Finishing Time: 4:24:42

Scott's Finishing Time: 4:41:53

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