All-Out Spring Fever
All-Out Multisport presents the annual Spring Fever from Jefferson County’s NAAC Stadium. Easily accessible from Hwy 93, 6th Ave, Hwy 58 or I-70, these one mile, 5K, 10K & Half Marathon run courses will hug the shores of Arvada's Blunn Reservoir via the Ralston Creek Trail and will challenge the beginner and veteran athlete alike.
Expect the usual assortment of race goodies at this one:
- Tech shirts
- Finisher medals for ALL distances
- FREE professional race pics
- A post-race meal that won't be gone when you get there
- Individual text results and extras galore!
5K athletes will depart the east end of the NAAC parking lot then utilize the sidewalk on the south side of W 64th Pkwy to reach the underpass and Ralston Creek Trail. Running northwest, with Blunn Reservoir on their right, athletes will have access to 1 aid station twice (named Aid 5 for event purposes), then turnaround and return the way they came.
10K athletes will depart the east end of the NAAC parking lot then utilize the sidewalk on the south side of W 64th Pkwy to reach the east underpass and the path that runs adjacent to the west side of Virgil Wy. Athletes will continue north until just past Tucker Lake, then west and south, following Ralston Creek Trail around Blunn Reservoir utilizing the west underpass to return they way they came into NAAC and the finish line. Aid stations will be positioned at or near the 1.5, 3 and 4.5 mile marks.
Half Marathon Athletes will depart the east end of the NAAC parking lot then utilize the sidewalk on the south side of W 64th Pkwy to reach the 2nd underpass and the path that runs adjacent to the west side of Virgil Wy. Turning right to go east on Ralston Creek Trail, half athletes will complete a 7 mile out & back dogleg before rejoining the counter clockwise Blunn Reservoir loop. Utilizing the underpass at the reservoir entrance, athletes will make their way back up onto the 64th sidewalk then return they way they came to the finish line. Five aid stations will offer 7 opportunities for athletes to fuel up every 1.5 to 2 miles.