Oklahoma's Original Race Against the Clock
Join us for the 2018 Snake Run where everyone has the same finishing time. You run as many loops as you can in Six or Three Hours. Presented by Tulsa Area Trail and Ultra Runners.
The course is a flat and sandy single-track trail named the Snake Trail, located on the upper west section of Turkey Mountain. The Snake Trail is one of the smoothest, rock and root-free trails on Turkey Mountain. Start/Finish is located in the upper parking lot at 61st Street and Elwood Ave.
We have fabulous awards for the top three male and female finishers for each race. Every participant receives a highly-regarded custom t-shirt and finisher's medal.
- Spectator friendly course
- Fully stocked aid stations powered by our fabulous volunteers
- Beautiful and flat course (better than relatively flat)
- Post race meal
- Tech shirts to all entrants (while supplies last)
- Finisher medal to celebrate your victory!
- Highly coveted awards for top three male & female
- New - $150 cash prize for breaking the course record
This Snake Run includes a 3.75 mile out-and-back segment and a 1/2 mile loop. Both loops pass the start/finish area which is full of volunteers, spectators and plenty of food and drink. Participants run as many of these loops as they can in six or three hours. The longest distance wins. If people have the same distance the win goes to the person who finished the last loop first. Only fully completed laps are counted – no partial credit if you are on the course at the end.
The 3.75 mile ‘loop’ is an out-and-back with one aid station that you will see three times – pass it once about 1.5 miles in, you’ll see the other side at the turn around point (about 1 mile later), and pass it again on your way to the finish line.
You can run any combination of long and short loops, for example:
- One long loop (3.75 miles) and have a hamburger and beer while you cheer on the other participants. * * You still go home with a finisher’s medal and have an extra-long 5K under your belt.
- Three long loops and four short loops for a slightly longer-than-normal Half-Marathon (13.2 miles)
- Four long loops and two short loops for a longer-than-normal 25K (25.7K)
- Six long loops for a Full Marathon
- Eight long loops and three short loops for a 50K (50.7K)
- 12 long loops and five short loops to beat the course record (47 miles) and win $150 (one winner per race)
Need More Information?
Visit our website for more information on the location, course and past results.
Local time: 10:27 AM