YOU ASKED. WE LISTENED.
The answer to “What if the 5K is not enough but the Half Marathon is too much?” is the newest addition to our event family, the Salt Lake City Marathon 10k Run.
NEW Start Line for 2020! The 10K Run will start at the same location as the 5k on 200 E between 400 S and 500 S. Athletes will run through the Sugar House neighborhood and downtown areas. Our fastest course – the route is relatively flat and smooth with slight grade variation.
10K Course Map
Aid Stations Water will be available at the event start and finish lines, with one water station mid-point on the course.
Medical Support Representatives from the event’s medical and communication team will be stationed along the course to observe participants and assist with any medical injuries or emergencies.
Portable Toilets Portable toilets will be available at the start and finish area. Please DO NOT relieve yourself on either private or public property along the course.
Course Markings We have made an effort to mark potential course hazards (such as manhole covers, divots in pavement, pot holes, etc.) along the course in bright orange fluorescent paint.
Strollers Runners with strollers are asked to please keep to the right throughout the course as a courtesy to other participants who will be merging into the course. If you are still on the course and the police escort for the runners comes upon you, please move to the far right to allow the lead runners through. Continue along the right until you have reached the finish line chute. Please observe the time and be aware that half marathon runners could catch up to you on the course.
Skaters 10K Skaters will be start the race in front of 10K Runners. Please line up behind skaters prior to the start of the race.
Strollers Runners with strollers are asked to please keep to the right throughout the course as a courtesy to other participants who will be merging into the course. If you are still on the course and the police escort for the runners comes upon you, please move to the far right to allow the lead runners through. Continue along the right until you have reached the finish line chute. Please observe the time and be aware that half marathon runners could catch up to you on the course. Children on the course in strollers must wear helmets.
Start Area Parking & Transportation Participants, please arrive to the 10K Run start area no later than 6:45 a.m.
Make getting to the start easy by using your free Trax pass! Park anywhere in the valley at a TRAX or Front Runner station and ride to and from the event site. Check the TRAX schedule to plan your day. Your registration includes complimentary service all race day, Saturday, April 18, 2020.
If you are driving, paid lots are in abundance in downtown Salt Lake, view our Parking & Directions page.
Meter parking downtown Salt Lake is free on Saturdays with a two hour maximum. Generally, neighborhood streets are free parking on your own.
If you are still on the course after 2 hours, you may encounter the last of the skaters and the first of the half marathon runners upon approaching finish line.
We also suggest that walkers and slower participants consider using a fanny pack that accommodates a water bottle and snacks.
FINISH LINE AND POST-RACE FESTIVAL
Address: Library Square at 200 E, between 400 S and 500 S
Sharing the same finish line as the full and half marathoners, you’ll be able to join in on all the excitement of the Salt Lake City Marathon weekend! The last mile of the course is a huge celebration filled with crowds of well-wishers and more energy than you thought possible! After crossing the finish line, participants receive their medal and can head into the refreshments area where Water, Gatorade products, Kodiak Cakes pancakes, Creamies ice cream, Dole fruit cups, and other food for replenishment will be waiting.
Participants, as well as their families and friends, are invited to join the post-race festivities where live bands perform on the entertainment stage. Fun, interactive exhibits for adults and children as well as great food will all be part of the festivities to help celebrate and cheer on the athletes.