The Squaw Valley Half Marathon starts and finishes at the iconic Village At Squaw Valley, site of the historic 1960 Winter Olympics. The course is fast and flat, a scenic out and back featuring mainly paved trail through the valley and along the Truckee River. During the route keep an eye out for bald eagles, mule deer and trout leaping out of the river all while enjoying the cool, refreshing sierra air.
You will be supported by five aid stations along the course which will have water, electrolyte beverage and a variety of fruit and snacks. At the finish we will have the music pumping, a selection of recovery foods and some ice cold Lagunitas beer and soda to celebrate your accomplishment.
Stick around to cheer on the other runners and relax in the Village while enjoying a perfect Squaw Sunday afternoon. This one you will not want to miss!
Race start is located at the East Side of the Village. Look for our white registration trailer and iconic Big Blue Adventure finish arch.
- Clubs and Teams call or email Bryan - firstname.lastname@example.org
Refunds are not available for this event for any reason, including cancellation, inclement weather or athlete injury. We also strictly do not allow athlete-to-athlete transfers, for any reason.
If the event is NOT sold out, a discount code for 75% of your race registration fee will be offered until 14 days prior to the race date. No discounts codes will be given within 14 days prior to the race date.
If the event IS sold out, a discount code for 100% of your race registration fee will be offered until 21 days prior to the race date.
We value you as our customer and strive to provide you with a good value for your dollar.
We want you to have the best experience that you can. For your race fee we provide you with:
- Free Digital Race Photo
- Great racing venues
- Challenging and fun courses
- Post-event festivities; music, food & beverages
- Recovery food such as fruit and bagels
- Prize raffle: enter the event and you can win big!
- Medical staff
- Age Group/Gender, 5-year (14-19, 20-24, etc.) based on age as of 12/31 in the race year