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Lake Tahoe Marathon Events


Sep 29 2013


South Lake Tahoe CA

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Lake Tahoe Marathon Runners


  • 5K or Less
  • 10K
  • Half Marathon
  • Marathon
  • Ultra
  • Walk



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6:30 a.m. Marathon Early Starters. Starts on Commons Beach in Tahoe City. This is for marathoners who will finish over 6 hours. This is a non-competitive event, but still provides marathon finishers medals and marathon license plate frame holder. This is not designed as an early start for faster runners. Times will not be recorded faster than 6 hours for this event. 7:00 a.m. Tahoe 20 Mile Power Walk or Jog This is a non-competitive event for walker- joggers. There will be finishers medals and timed finishers results, but no competitive awards. This is designed for the power walker, but a runner can use it as a training run for a future marathon event. The start will be near the Homewood Ski Tahoe Maritime Museum area. 7:00 a.m. Men, Women, Triple, and Relay Marathon Starts All marathon men & women who anticipate finishing under 6 hour will start together at 7 a.m. All Triple Marathoners The start is on the grass area of Commons Beach just a few steps from the water in Tahoe City. Commons Beach park has recently completed redevelopment and provides several flush toilets at the start area, besides the stinky marathon port-a-potties. The course begins with a slight uphill out of Commons Beach, through the Tahoe Marina Hotel parking lot and onto Mackinaw Street to Fanny Bridge and then down Highway 89 heading south in the closed lakeside lane. The north bound lane is closed to traffic for the first mile and a half. There will be traffic on your right side in the southbound lane.

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