PAY CLOSE ATTENTION; THERE WILL BE A TEST.
DRAPER CITY PARK IS HOME OF THE FOLLOWING:
- Race morning packet pick up
- Shuttles to race start
- Finish line
LITTLE COTTONWOOD CANYON IS HOME OF THE FOLLOWING:
- ½ marathon start line
- Shuttle drop off
- NO parking
LEAVE NO TRACE:
Litter could jeopardize the life of this and any other event. Littering is not cool, please help us keep our venues clean by disposing of all trash in proper receptacles. Please respect the venues that allow us to host these rad events!
You may drive to the start line as we won’t have shuttles brining you back to the finish.
You can park at Draper City Park or on the street. You will then be shuttled to your respective start line. There is no athlete parking at the start line. The city will cite and tow any vehicles parked there.
5:30am–6:30am: Shuttles will be departing Draper City Park every 15 minutes until 6:30. It is very important that everyone stays on a tight schedule for this as there is NO ATHLETE PARKING near the start line. The city has warned that you will be cited and towed. With that being said, THE LAST BUS LEAVES DRAPER PARK AT 6:30AM. If you miss this time, we cannot guarantee you a ride to the start line. Please be sure to get there early and secure a ride to the start line.
Regardless of the distance you are racing, you can get in any of the buses. If you are running in the 10k, please try to sit towards the front of the bus so when the driver stops at the 10k start line, you can quickly exit the bus. ½ marathoners stay on the bus to get to your start line.
These will be the goodie bags you receive at packet pick up on Thursday at Wasatch Running. If you don’t make it to packet pick up on Thursday, you can pick up on race morning at Draper park too. You will want to make sure you write your bib number on this bag with the markers provided at packet pick up. If you wear something warm and need to shed it at the start line these bags will be for you to put those warm clothes in as you exit the bus. We’ll take these to the finish line for you.
There are aid stations at all even miles. There are rest rooms at each of those aid stations.