Maximum Race Participation: 1000
Cost and Registration: Registration will be $80.
(Cost includes lunch, raffle, awards & t-shirt )
Registration fills fast, if you do not get registered and it is full you might watch facebook for racers who will transfer their registration. There is no wait list.
Transfers: Transfers are available until September 8, 2019, for anyone wishing to transfer their registration to another person.
The City of Aspen has set up a Facebook page to help people hook up for registration transfers.
PLEASE NOTE: The race organizers have the right to disqualify any participant attempting to sell or buy entry (via transfer) into the race at a price higher than the original purchase price. These participants will also be prevented from entering future Golden Leaf Half Marathons. Please read waiver agreement when signing up.
Directions to Race Start
From Hwy 82, turn south on Brush Creek Rd towards Snowmass Village. Follow Brush Creek Rd until you hit the Main Bus Stop in Snowmass Village. The Snowmass Village Mall is on the same level as the bus stop. Follow the mall to the end. There will be signs directing you to the Westin Snowmass Overlook Room (formerly the Silvertree Hotel) where registration, bib pick-up, etc. is located. The actual starting line is out on the ski area slopes at the end of the mall.
Directions to Race Finish (From Snowmass Village)
Follow Hwy 82 into Aspen where it becomes Main Street. Before the first of 4 consecutive traffic lights (just after the Molly Gibson Lodge and before Paepcke Park) turn right on Garmisch St. The race finish is at Koch Park which is on the fourth block on your right.
“The Golden Leaf Half Marathon is operated under special use permit with the White River National Forest”
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