We’ve been hard at work fine tuning the Haulin’ Aspen Marathon, Half Marathon and Half-As races to comply with regulations surrounding the COVID-19 mandates. We’re excited to offer a safe, state-of-the-art mountain trail race that complies with social distancing protocol and is supported by superb event and medical staff.

The spacious Wanoga Sno-Park allows for abundant elbow room at the starting line following social distancing protocol for all runners.

Spectators will be limited to free up space for participants. (Please invite only one of your people for support at Wanoga).

Runners will start in small waves for social distancing purposes and to prevent any clogging on the trails.

Start times are as follows:

Marathon

  • Wave 1 – 7:00am
  • Wave 2 – 7:15am
  • Wave 3 – 7:30am
  • Wave 4 – 7:45am

Half Marathon

  • Wave 1 – 8:00am
  • Wave 2 – 8:15am
  • Wave 3 – 8:30am
  • Wave 4 – 8:45am

Half -As

  • Wave 1 – 9:00am
  • Wave 2 – 9:15am
  • Wave 3 – 9:30am
  • Wave 4 – 9:45am

Be sure to attach the provided bag drop tag and include your name, phone number and bib number. Bag drop location will be at the start area. Bags will be transported to the finish line area. You can pick up your bag after you have finished the race. Avoid leaving valuables in your bag. We are not responsible for lost or damaged items.

The event will be timed by Sportstats Timing. The Haulin’ Aspen trial runs will be timed using a disposable timing transponder, commonly known asa “bib tag” that will be embedded in your race number. Please follow these instructions carefully:

  • Do not bend, fold, expose to heat, crinkle or otherwise modify your race bib as this will cause your tag to malfunction.
  • Wear your race bib on the front of your shirt, on the outermost layer of clothing. Not wearing the bib properly at all times during the race may prevent you from being timed, therefore, not show in the results.
  • Bibs can only be transferred by going through the formal transfer process at packet pickup. Be careful not to switch with friends, family or others. This is not simply to assure the time is assigned to the correct person. It is critical that we have the correct names assigned to the correct people racing for safety reasons.
  • Make sure you cross the timing points at the start and finish of the race.

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