This Event Took Place Sat. Sep 13, 2014

Night Sweats Trail Marathon & 15 Km Run

Rodeo Beach at Golden Gate National Recreation Area

Come and join the exciting adventures. The marathon and 15 km begins at 8 p.m., you will enjoy sights and sounds that can be found at this national treasure.

The night marathon and 15 km begins at Rodeo Beach. You will see from several vantage points on the trail the beauty of the lights of San Francisco, Tiburon and the Bay Bridge. We use the entire expanse of Marin Headlands, Golden Gate National Recreation Area. You'll travel well-groomed trails to Rodeo Beach, Muir Beach, while hearing the roar of the ocean and enjoy vistas of the Pacific Coastline.
The trail is marked with glow sticks and reflective ribbon to keep you safely on course. We employ the same safety procedures employed for our 100-mile nighttime events. We recommend that the runners use headlamps and/or flashlights to light up the trail.
There is nothing more peaceful, exciting and satisfying as trail running at night. And, there is no better event that Night Sweats at Headlands. Imagine looking across a valley and seeing runners flashlights lit up like stars along the trail.

Aid Stations

We will provide a variety of fresh fruit, salty snacks, salted potatoes, PB&J sandwiches, salt tabs, sugary snacks, Clif bloks, Sports drink, coke, water and more. Additionally, it is highly recommended that runners carry at least 20 oz. of water between aid stations.


All runners will receive a Competitor Sport-Tek running shirt that is a maximum comfort tee which has a roomy, athletic cut and controls sweat in both a men and women's fit. Men's shirt is crew and the ladies has a V-neckline style.

We will be providing surprise gifts.

Awards: Awards will be given to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd female and male finishers. Ribbons are awarded to the female and male 1st, 2nd and 3rd place finisher in each ten-year age group. the 15 Km runners will receive a race finisher medallion. All marathon finishers will get a custom coaster tile with the race date and logo.

Local time: 1:32 AM


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John Brooks
Race Director