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Contact: Sean Sundwall
Starts at the Annette Lake Trail intersection of the Ironhorse Trail and follows the trail 26.2 miles to Snoqualmie’s Centennial Park.
The Sasquatch Marathon is a gentle downhill marathon that runs along the beautiful Iron Horse and Snoqualmie Valley trails. The marathon ends at Snoqualmie’s Centennial Park. The race is chip-timed, USATF verified, and serves as a fast and beautiful qualifier for the 2020 Boston Marathon.
$100 – Christmas Special (through Dec. 31 2018)
$110 – January 1-June 30
$150 – At Packet Pick-Up on July 4th and 5th
The first 20 miles of the Sasquatch Marathon is a gentle downhill losing more than 1,200 feet in elevation. The final 10k of the marathon is completely flat.
This point-to-point course takes advantage of the
gentle downhill of the Ironhorse Trail and Snoqualmie Valley Trail. Unlike
other similar events, there is no dark, pothole laden tunnel to run through.
The marathon will end in the friendly confinement of Snoqualmie’s Centennial
Aid Stations and Bathrooms
Aid stations and bathrooms will be approximately every two miles. Water and Gatorade will be provided at every Aid Stations. Energy gels will be provided at miles 7, 14, and 21. Due to the remote nature of the first 21 miles of the race, be aware that assistance from medical professionals may take longer than normal.
Packet Pickup – Late Registration
There will be no packet pickup or registration the morning of the event. Packet pickup is scheduled for Thursday, July 4th and Friday, July 5th.
Race Day Schedule – Tentative
5:15 am – Buses Depart Snoqualmie Elementary School
6:00 am – Buses Arrive at Annette Lake Trailhead
7:00 am – Marathon Starts
1:00 – Course Closes
Race photographers will be on the course taking photos which will be available for download free of charge.
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
All finisher’s will receive a large and heavy medal as a lasting memory of your amazing accomplishment.
Prizes and trophies will be awarded to Top 3 overall finishers for both male and female. Trophies will be awarded to the Top 3 in each age group with the winners of each age group receiving a prize.
19&U, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70+
Bus Drop Off to Start
After the bus drops you off at the Annette Trail Head, you will proceed 0.7 miles (around 1100 m) up the Annette Lake trail to where it intersects the Iron Horse trail. This is a very easy hike and great way to warm up your body prior the 26.2-mile adventure
Access to Starting Line
Runners are encouraged to take the buses provided but drop offs are allowed. However, no parking will be allowed at the Annette Lake Trailhead. Park Rangers will be ticketing onsite and runners who park at the trailhead will be disqualified from the race.
Driving Directions and Parking
Race parking is at Snoqualmie Elementary School and Centennial Park which are adjacent to one another. Click HERE for directions. No parking is allowed at start line.
Centennial Park in Snoqualmie, WA