Emerald Bay Trail Run
“One of America’s Most Scenic Trail Runs” - Competitor Magazine
Defined by both the incredible beauty of Lake Tahoe and the towering peaks of the High Sierra, Lake Tahoe is one of the world’s most famous sporting playgrounds. The region has an almost endless variety of spectacular mountain biking trails, adventurous hikes and, of course, waterborne activities on the “Big Blue” – Lake Tahoe – one of the largest, deepest and purest alpine lakes on earth.
The Emerald Bay Trail Run starts at Eagle Point and then takes you around Emerald Bay and up the Rubicon Trail to D.L. Bliss State Park to finish at Lester Beach. The course is a 7 mile/11Km (approximate) point to point route. The course is fast with low/moderate climbing.
Youth: Under 18 by race date
Senior: Over 62 by race date
ID required when checking in for youth/senior reduced price tier
Guaranteed Shirt Cut Off Date - September 4th
You must register by September 4th to guarantee a participant shirt.
No Shirt Entry
Enter the code NOSHIRT to save $4 and pass on receiving the event shirt
Race for Free
Come out and volunteer at another Big Blue Adventure trail run or other event and earn a FREE entry to the Emerald Bay Trail Run!
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20% Active Military Discount
All active military please email firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
You can cancel/defer your entry up till 15 days prior to the event for a 70% credit equal to your entry fee. This credit can only be used towards another Tahoe Trail Running race on UltraSignUp by logging into your UltraSignUp profile.
Local time: 11:32 PM
After the 15 day window we will only allow cancellations for military, police or fire deployment emergencies. All deferrals are valid for one calendar year and each participant can only defer for the race they signed up for once.