2017 All-Out Fallfest | Denver

All-Out Fallfest

All-Out Fallfest
Date Sep 23, 2017
Distance 5k, 10k, Half-marathon, Marathon, Other
Course Type Trail

Race Information

The All-Out Fallfest 1 mile, 5k, 10k, half-marathon and marathon is a fall event through Big Dry Creek Trail. This course is good for many types of runners as it's "not too hilly & not too flat."

Runners can expect:

  • Breathtaking views of Standley Lake and the Flatirons as the run through the course.
  • Text results so you don't have to search online for your finish
  • Fully stocked aid stations an average of 1.5 miles apart
  • Awards and prizes for top finishers
  • Post-race meal to replenish all the fuel you use running

Course Information

The course is not too hilly, but also not too flat. It's the perfect event for all abilities and preferences. One of the most premier trail races in Colorado.

5k Course

5K Athletes will leave the office park lot to head west on Big Dry Creek Trail for 1.56 miles. After turning around & returning the way they came, athletes will have had 2 opportunities to fuel up on this out & back course.

10k Course

10K Athletes will leave the office park lot to head west on Big Dry Creek Trail for 3.1 miles. After turning around & returning the way they came, athletes will have had 4 opportunities to fuel up on this out & back course.

Half-marathon Course

Half marathon athletes will start out heading west on Big Dry Creek Trail toward Standley Lake Regional Park. At about 2.5 miles athletes will begin 4 miles of the gravel trail & road system within the park, including the spectacular views along a north / south dogleg near the dam, then exit the park to continue west toward the south trailhead and the turnaround. As they return they way they came, athletes will skip the dogleg, return to Big Dry Creek Trail and head straight for the finish, with a total of 8 opportunities to fuel up along the way.

Marathon Course

Marathon athletes will start out heading west on Big Dry Creek Trail toward Standley Lake Regional Park. At about 2.5 miles athletes will begin 4 miles of the gravel trail & road system within the park, including the spectacular views along a north / south dogleg near the dam, then exit the park to continue west toward the south trailhead and the west turnaround. As they return they way they came, athletes will skip the dogleg to return to Big Dry Creek Trail and follow it east for about 16 miles to the east turnaround. Once again headed west on Big Dry Creek Trail, marathon athletes will return to the finish having had 16 opportunities to fuel up along the way.

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