SASQUATCH MARATHON & HALF MARATHON
June 20, 2020
The Sasquatch Marathon is a point-to-point course running along the Iron Horse and Snoqualmie Valley trails ending at Snoqualmie's Centennial Park. The first 20 miles is a gentle downhill losing more than 1,200 feet in elevation. The final 10k is 100% flat. The course is USATF-certified and serves as a fast and beautiful qualifier for the 2021 Boston Marathon.
The Sasquatch Half Marathon starts at Rattlesnake Lake and joins the full marathon down the Snoqualmie Valley Trail ending at Snoqualmie's Centennial Park. The Half marathon is also USATF-certified and chip timed.
ENTRY FEES & AGE GROUPS
$100 — Thru December 31, 2019
$110 — January 1 - June 16, 2020
$150 — Day of Race
$70— Thru December 31, 2019
$80— January 1 - June 16, 2020
$100 — Day of Race
AGE GROUPS: 19&U; 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70+
RACE DAY SCHEDULE
5:45-6:00am —Buses leave Snoqualmie Elementary/Centennial Field
6:30-6:45 am — Buses arrive at Annette Lake Trailhead
7:30 am — Marathon Start
1:30 pm — Course Closes
7:30-7:45am —Buses leave Snoqualmie Elementary/Centennial Field
8:00-8:30am — Buses arrive at Rattlesnake Lake
9:00am — Half Marathon Start
1:30 pm — Course Closes
Starting line beginning at 5:00am.
Friday afternoon on June 19th at a location to be determined. This is primarily intended for those planning to be dropped off on their own at the starting line on race morning.
All Full and Half Marathon finishers received a large medal to celebrate their achievement. The FULL Marathon finisher medal is ginormous. Promises to be the largest marathon medal you have ever received.
Bus transportation to the starting lines is provided for all entrants. Per the schedule above, all buses depart from Snoqualmie Elementary School.
Runners are encouraged to take the buses provided but drop offs are OK. However, NO PARKING will be allowed at the Annette Lake Trailhead or Rattlesnake Lake. Park Rangers will be onsite ticketing those who park there. Runners who park at the trailhead will be disqualified from the race.
Note: There is a very easy and beautiful 18-20 minute hike/walk from the full marathon bus drop-off to the marathon start. 2019 participants unanimously felt this was a great way to start their morning.
Aid stations and bathrooms will be at miles 4, 7, 9, 12, 14.5, 17, 18.5, 21, 23 and 25. Water, Gatorade and energy gels will be provided at every Aid Station. These water stations correlate to miles 2.5, 3.5, 6.5, 8 and 10 for the Half Marathon.
All pre-registered runners will receive a free LONG-SLEEVE tech shirt. Late registrants will also receive shirts while supplies last. Shirts come in men's and women's sizes.
Race photographers will be on the course taking photos which will be available for download free of charge.
Prizes and trophies will be awarded to the Top 3 overall finishers both male and female. Trophies will also be awarded to the Top 3 in each age group with the winners of each age group getting a prize. There will be no formal awards ceremony. Age group leaders are invited to pick up their awards shortly after the conclusion of their race.