Tahoe Double Marathon
(The Cal Neva &
Lake Tahoe Marathon back to back)
A Saturday -Sunday you will never
September 28-29, 2013
Saturday night 11:59 PM
Midnight start with an 14.5 hour time limit.
If you have questions
contact our new Tahoe Double Marathon and the 72 Ultra director,
Lucia Lake 1-(707)-334-6884
Jon Paul Gallery
as of Dec 13, 2012
This will be the first running of the
Tahoe Double Marathon.
Spooner Summit to
The course is the
Cal-Neva Marathon and the Lake Tahoe Marathon back to back
finishing with the regular LTM. Total miles = 52.4
The is replacing
the the Tahoe 50 Miler.
The Tahoe Double Marathon will start in the Parking lot at the
intersection of H50 and H28 near the top of Spooner Summit at
will be completely dark without any street lights until you arrive at
Incline Village at about mile 11.
You will run on the shoulder of the road facing traffic on H28 running
towards Incline Village, Kings Beach, Tahoe City, Homewood, Tahoma,
and finish with all the other races at Pope Beach.
All runners for the Tahoe
Double Marathon MUST be lit with night reflecting gear, flashing lights
that will not be missed by approaching cars, and head lamps or
flashlights. Runners who show up at the start line without these
lights will not be able to run the race. This rule will be strictly
enforced and is for every runners safety.
There will be an orientation meeting at
the Expo on Saturday afternoon with the 72 milers.. (see time line for details)
ends at 2:30 PM for all events
The first 26 miles will be
unsupported after the start. You will need a support vehicle and
Support vehicle-person will be
allowed to support up to 3 runners maximum.
The support vehicle-person will need
to monitor your well being and tend to your nutritional needs for the
first 26 miles to Tahoe City.
Mile 26 is the start line area of the Lake Tahoe Marathon and your
support crew can cut you loose.
The last 26.2 miles will be
supported during the time of the Lake Tahoe Marathon.
See Time Line on main menu.
All runners for
the Tahoe Double Marathon MUST be lit with night reflecting gear,
flashing lights that will not be missed by approaching cars,
and head lamps or flashlights. Runners who show up at the
start line without these lights will not be able to run the
race. This rule will be strictly enforced and is for every
5" stand up Finishers Medal for your desk
Embroidered travel bag
Finishers neck medal
Overall trophy for male and female
All entrants get:
Finish Line hoopla
A Sunday morning run you will never forget