The Trailbreaker Marathon course covers approximately 4 miles of city streets and sidewalks, 15 miles of improved trails (including the Fox River Trail & Glacial Drumlin Trail) and 7 miles of the Ice Age Trail.
Miles ten through sixteen are extremely rugged. Except for the Ice Age Trail, the trail is subject to only gentle grades.
The unique turn-around is at the top of the 40' Lapham Peak Tower.
The Trailbreaker Marathon was the 418th largest marathon in the U.S. last year and was the 393rd largest in 2015.
Last year 3.2% of finishers qualified for the Boston Marathon and 7.5% of runners qualified for Boston in 2015.
This gives the Trailbreaker Marathon the 450th highest percentage of Boston Marathon qualifiers in the U.S. last year and the 291st highest percentage in 2015.
Its Course Score of 98.40 ranks it as the 267th fastest marathon course in the U.S. and the 16th fastest course in Wisconsin.
The typical race time temperature and humidity levels are within the ideal range for optimal marathon performance. This, coupled with the Course Score, gives the Trailbreaker Marathon a PR Score of 98.40. This PR Score ranks it as the 218th fastest marathon in the U.S. and the 13th fastest in Wisconsin.
Learn more about PR Scores and Course Scores on the FAQ page.