33rd Annual Steamboat Marathon, Half Marathon, & 10K
Run alongside the roaring Elk River through the emerald green pastures on Country Road 129 with the snow-capped Rocky Mountains of Colorado all around and find out why the Steamboat Marathon was ranked as one of the “Top 10 Destination Marathons in North America.”
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2013 Race Information
View race results and photos from the 2013 Marathon, Half Marathon, and 10K below.
Steamboat Marathon Partnership with Children's Hospital Colorado
This year the Steamboat Marathon has partnered with Children's Hospital Colorado to raise funds in support of kids battling cancer. We hope you'll sign up below and join a fundraising team.
About Children’s Hospital Colorado Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders
Children’s Hospital Colorado Center for Cancer & Blood Disorders (CCBD) provides around-the-clock care to children in a seven state region and beyond. CCBD physicians treat 200 to 250 new patients each year and follow 600 active patients as well as 600 long-term survivors annually. The Center is the only dedicated pediatric cancer center in our region, and it is home to numerous specialized programs, which provide state-of-the-art methods for diagnosing and treating complex diseases. As a top-10 cancer program in the nation, CCBD aspires to be the very best.
About Miles for Tuesday
Miles for Tuesday is comprised of runners of all experience levels with one common goal… running in local Colorado events to raise funds in support of kids battling cancer at Children’s Hospital Colorado. Miles for Tuesday was named in honor of Tuesday Whitt from Castle Rock, CO who lost her battle to neuroblastoma (a childhood cancer) at the age of 2, and whose courageousness has inspired so many. Since 2009 runners have been joining Miles for Tuesday, and have collectively raised over $125,000 for the CCBD in memory of Tuesday Whitt.
From 6am until 3pm we will be closing the westbound lanes of Lincoln Avenue from 5th to 11th for the finish of all the races. The side streets off of Lincoln Ave to Oak Street that will be closed are 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, and 11th.
We will have traffic controls in place for vehicular traffic on Hwy 129. Northbound traffic on 129 will be diverted to the left lane just past the entrance to Elk River Estates and proceed north to Cullens Corner where traffic controllers will be in place. Southbound traffic on 129 will be diverted at Cullens Corner onto RCR 44, and then back onto 129 at the intersection of 44 and 129 just north of the airport. From Cullens Corner to the start of the half marathon at approximately Moon Hill there will be one way traffic, controlled by a pilot car leading the traffic on the west side of the road. Traffic controls and pilot car operations will be in place. Traffic Control Area Map
How to Get Involved
Find information in the below links for options on how you or your business can be a part of one of this long standing running event in Steamboat Springs.