The Marlette 50K is a truly adventurous romp through some of Tahoe's most scenic and challenging trails. Based at Spooner Lake in Lake Tahoe Nevada’s State Park the run features 30 miles of epic trail and view. Think prime Sierra single track and add in 360-degree panorama views of Lake Tahoe, the Carson Valley, and Range. Marlette Lake lies in the middle of the course and if you’re heating up during the run feel free to take a plunge.
The Marlette 10 Miler starts at Spooner Lake and heads north on the North Canyon Trail. Then heads along the south shore of Marlette Lake to the Marlette Lake Trail and back to the finish. This is a beautiful run featuring views of the canyon and Snow Valley Peak.
A BBQ meal and one free beer or soda is included with the 50K & 10 Miler Race
Guaranteed Shirt Cut Off Date - August 6th
You must register by August 6th to guarantee a participant shirt.
There is a $10 fee to park at Spooner Lake State Park for the day.
No Shirt Entry
Enter the code NOSHIRT to save $4 and pass on the event shirt
Cut Off Time
Race Cut Off
The final cut off time for the race is 8hrs. (15+ min per mile pace).
There will be intermediate cut-offs along the course.
20% Active Military Discount
All active military please email email@example.com for a discount code. This offer cannot be combined with another discount. A valid Military ID must be presented when checking in on race day.
Want to Run the Race for Free?
Volunteer for a full shift at one of our other events and earn a free entry - Send us an email via the "Ask a Question" green button to learn more.
We have a strict no-refund policy for this event. But you may cancel and rollover 70% of what you paid towards another Tahoe Trail Running event ONLY within 10 days of the race.
Local time: 10:28 PM
You can do this by logging on to your member account on UltraSignUp, selecting the event and canceling your entry.
All rollovers are valid for one calendar year from the date of your cancellation.
We will make exceptions to the 10-day cancellation window for active military, first responder or wildland firefighters only with deployment conflicts.