Race Day and Start Times
KOKANEE TRAIL RUNS
Sunday, October 7, 2018
9:00 am - 1/2 Marathon, 10K, and 5K
10:30 am - Tadpole Trot
**Race Day Registration starts at 7:30 a.m. at the Sno Park.
Tadpole Trot $10 (No Price Change)
$30 (thru 9/18)
$40 (after 9/25)
$40 (thru 9/18)
$50 (after 9/25)
$60 (thru 9/18)
$70 (after 9/25)
Youth (12 and under)
$10, all distances (no price change)
TAHOE 2DAY 2018
The Kokanee Half Marathon has joined forces with the Lake Tahoe Flume Trail Fall Classic Half Marathon in a two-day Fall Race Series with special recognition. The TAHOE 2DAY is 2 'HALFS" in 2 DAYS for a Marathon Weekend in Tahoe.
The Kokanee Trail Runs have been a favorite among the running community for years in the Lake Tahoe Basin. The Half-Marathon, Tadpole Trot, 5k/10k on the shore of Fallen Leaf Lake are one of the many exciting and cultural events that take place during race weekend. The Kokanee Trail Runs offers:
-- offer unique finisher's awards for all and prizes for the top runners in each gender/age division of each race.
-- incredibly scenic courses
-- the Half marathon travels over the top of Tahoe Mountain with views of gorgeous Lake Tahoe
-- post-race refreshments available for all registered runners
-- a Road Runners Club of America (RRCA) sanctioned event
-- a non-competitive half-mile “Tadpole Trot” for children 12 and under (Children participating in the half-mile non-competitive Tadpole Trot receive a finisher bag containing their award and refreshments)
Come join us for some amazing fall colors in one of the most beautiful places on the planet and take in one or more of the events that will be going on -- Camp Richardson's Annual Oktoberfest is held the first weekend of October on-site at the Camp Richardson resort. Oktoberfest provides fun and laughs for the whole family. A local's favorite, this Lake Tahoe festival features great food, music, family games and activities, and the famous Beer and Wine Garden. There is also the Fall Fish Festival, focusing on a variety of fish species that live in Lake Tahoe and its rivers. In addition to the Kokanee, these species include the federally protected Lahontan cutthroat trout and little-know smaller fish, such as speckled dace. The U.S. Forest Service Visitor Center is located three miles north of South Lake Tahoe on Highway 89. Join the fun and participate in this free family event which has become one of the most fascinating educational and wildlife viewing events in Northern California. The festival encourages participation by children and their parents in a wide variety of educational and entertaining activities.
Look for the Sno Park Sign off Highway 89 north of Highway 50 past Camp Richardson.
All net proceeds benefit Awaken - Communities united to end sex trafficking and Girls on the Run
For the safety of all participants there will be NO HEADPHONES, DOGS, STROLLERS OR BABY JOGGERS allowed. Thank you so much for your understanding and cooperation.
12 & under, 13-15, 16-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+
Local time: 3:50 AM