Grand County has mandates in place, which allow for special events to happen. To meet new Covid guidelines, the course will be out and back this year. We will start and finish at Lions Park. Because shuttles are not possible, participants must walk to the starting line. Please see the race guide for more information
There are six aid stations along the course. See map below.
Aid station supplies include:
Gatorade Endurance Formula
Medical staff is stationed along the course and at the finish line.
Time Limit/Road Closure
Time Limit / Road Closure:
There is a time limit of 3 hours and 30 minutes.
Due to safety concerns and permitting requirements, the Canyonlands Half Marathon course will have strictly enforced cutoff times at miles 3, 6, 9 and 10.6 (turnoff from Hwy 128 to 191). Hwy 128 is winding with no shoulder in some sections, so it is imperative that all runners be off the road by Noon. A pace of 15:30/mile or faster will meet the cutoff times. A cushion of 5 minutes is built into the cutoff times to account for the time it takes a runner at the 10+ min/mile pace signs to cross the starting line after the gun has gone off.
Race Start 8:15 a.m.
Mile 3 Cutoff 52 minutes 15:30/mile pace plus 5 minutes
Mile 6 Cutoff 1 hr 38 minutes 15:30/mile pace plus 5 minutes
Mile 9 Cutoff 2 hr 25 minutes 15:30/mile pace plus 5 minutes
Hwy 128 / Hwy 191 3 hr 11 minutes 15:30/mile pace plus 5 minutes
If you do not make a cutoff, you MUST board the sweep vehicle. Keep in mind that course services including aid stations and medical will also be discontinued once the sweep vehicle comes through. The finish line closes at 12:15 pm.
Hwy 128 is closed to traffic from 8 am to Noon between Mile Post 12 and Hwy 191.