Saturday, December 3, 2016
Point to Point
Race Day Weather
34° F (1°C)
PR Score & Course Score
PR Score: N/A
Course Score: N/A
2017: No Results
2016: 155 Finishers
2015: 119 Finishers
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The Death Valley Trail Marathon starts at 3460 feet of elevation. It climbs to 4900 feet over the first nine miles then descends 500 feet before climbing to the highest point on the course at 5250 feet of elevation. The last 14 miles are downhill to the finish line at 250 feet.
This scenic wilderness trail run is on a gravel jeep road from Beatty, NV through the Titus Canyon, finishing in Death Valley. The entire run is in Death Valley National Park.
The Death Valley Trail Marathon was the 321st largest marathon in the U.S. last year and was the 375th largest in 2015.
Max Elevation: 5250 feet (1600m)
Min Elevation: 250 feet (76m)
Finish Time Equivalent
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