Jingle Bell Half/5k
The Jingle Bell Half Marathon offers runners a single-loop course through the rolling terrain of southern New Hampshire. The race starts and finishes at the beautiful Atkinson Resort & Country Club and travels on back country roads through Atkinson, NH; Salem, NH; and Haverhill, MA. The course is well marked with easy to see mile markers and race marshals at all key locations.
Not only do you get a wonderful day of amazingly scenic running, but you’re also treated to an after-party in the grand ballroom of the Atkinson Resort & Country Club, featuring FREE bone-warming hot chocolate & soup, healthy Stonyfield Yogurt, energizing Clif Bars, and Hint flavored water. As if that weren’t awesome enough, runners 21+ get two tasty craft beers! The best part? It’s all included with your registration!
Did you know that this race is part of a series of runs? If you like this race you may want to run one of the following Loco Races events.
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