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Snoqualmie Valley Half Marathon | 10K

June 8 @ 6:00 am - 1:30 pm PDT

|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every year that begins at 6:00 am on day second of June, repeating until June 10, 2023

Half Marathon Information
Participants will start at Chief Kanim Middle School in Fall City and will be shuttled there via shuttle bus from the finish line area at Tolt MacDonald Park. The course will take runners along the Snoqualmie River Road, over the Snoqualmie River, through Tolt MacDonald Park, and then onto a short out and back along the Snoqualmie Valley Trail before finishing at Tolt MacDonald Park. The crossing over the Snoqualmie River is quite cool. The course is a combination of road, compact dirt trail and a small portion of gravel trail.

12k Course Information
The Snoqualmie Valley 12k will start at Chief Kanim Middle School. Participants will be shuttled via bus from the finish line area at Tolt MacDonald Park to the start line. The course takes runners along a very flat course on Snoqualmie River Road before crossing the Snoqualmie River via the Tolt MacDonald Park bridge (see picture above). It’s a very cool bridge. The majority of the course is on the road with a small portion being gravel trail.

Aid stations will be along the course, locations TBD.

Race Location
The race finishes at King County’s Tolt MacDonald Park. Click here to view the Park in Google Maps. The race starts at Chief Kanim Middle School in Fall City. Participants will be shuttled from Tolt MacDonald to the school via free shuttle buses. Click here to view the school in Google Maps. You can be dropped off at Chief Kanim Middle School, however you will need to be picked up at the finish line at Tolt MacDonald Park.

Parking
Parking for the Snoqualmie Valley Half will be at Tolt Middle School and at the Carnation Off Leash Dog Park. Once you have parked, you will need to walk the short distance to the shuttle pick-up area at King County’s Tolt MacDonald Park.

Shuttles
There will be free shuttles running from Tolt MacDonald Park to the start line at Chief Kanim Middle School. Shuttles will start running at 7:30am and the last shuttle will leave at 9:10am. Shuttles will leave approximately every 10-15 minutes.

You can also be dropped off by a friend at the start line if you’d prefer.

Iron Horse Beer Garden
After you’re done running, (and if you’re of age) enjoy some awesome local craft beer, courtesy of Iron Horse Brewery, who is our official beer provider for the Snoqualmie Valley Half. 100% of all donations made towards the beer garden will go straight to our non-profit partner, the Ironheart Foundation. Ironheart, which is a Seattle area non-profit, works to reduce deaths from heart disease and is especially active among the endurance athlete population. We’re very pleased to be working with both of these fantastic partners.

Please bring CASH and ID to enter the beer garden. Beers available are Irish Death, Light Rail, High Five, and an IPA. Unfortunately a cider option is not available.

Pacers
We are pleased to be working with the Seattle Green Lake Running Group for pacers for the half marathon distance at the Snoqualmie Valley Run. Pacer times TBD.

Schedule
6:00am: King County’s Tolt MacDonald Park opens
7:00am: Race Day Packet Pickup & Registration opens
7:30am: Shuttles begin to take participants to start line
8:45am: Race Day Packet Pickup & Registration closes
8:55am: Half Marathon pre-race safety meeting and group hug
9:00am: Half Marathon Start
9:25am: 10k pre-race safety meeting and group high-five
9:30am: 10k Start
10:00am: Beer Garden opens
1:30pm: Course closes for all participants

Details

Date:
June 8
Time:
6:00 am - 1:30 pm
Event Category:
Website:
http://www.snoqualmievalleyrun.com/

Venue

Chief Kanim Middle School
32627 SE Redmond-Fall City Rd.
Fall City, WA 98024 United States
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