Friday's Emerald Bay Half and Marathon start
Emerald Bay Marathon & Half Marathon
Friday Sept 28, 2012
The Cal-Neva Marathon & Nevada Half
Saturday September 29, 2012
as of Sept 27, 2012
The Marathon and Half
Marathons start together with the Half Marathon ending half way up the course.
Buses will take you to the
start lines, but you are responsible for your own post race transportation. A
support crew is strongly suggested for your transportation needs, encouragement,
nutrition and picture taking. The Emerald Bay Half Marathon ends at Stateline a
few blocks from the Embassy Suites and the Nevada Half Marathon ends in Incline
The Friday Emerald Bay Marathon
Emerald Bay to Spooner Lake-Hwy 28 to Incline Village intersection area. There
is no lodging near or at the start area except for an 11 or so camp spaces across
the street from the start area. The first half of the run is in California and the second half is in
Nevada. The Emerald Bay Half Marathon starts
with the Marathon and ends at Stateline at Lakeside Beach. The Marathon course starts at
6800' and goes down to lake level at 6230 before rising again at about the 23
mile mark up to 7000'. The Half Marathon ends at the beach so is an all downhill
The Saturday Cal-Neva Marathon is the fastest
of the 3 marathons with the first 11 mile basically down hill from the start in
the parking lot at the intersection of H50 & H28 and running north to Incline
Village. The Cal Neva Marathon ends in Tahoe City above Commons Beach. The first half of the
Marathon is in Nevada and the second half is in California.
The Nevada Half Marathon ends at the north end of
Lakeshore Blvd in Incline Village. The views of of each of these races are
incredible. The Cal-Neva Marathon starts at about 7000' and ends in Tahoe City
at lake level, 6230'.
The Friday and Saturday Marathons
are each run basically half in CA and half in NV. Either of these races can be
counted for either state in your quest to run all 50 states.
two marathon and half marathons are part of the
Triple Marathoner or the Tahoe Trifecta .
There is a different finishers medals
for each race, each day, finishers license plate holders and tech shirts will be awarded.
There is an overall award for each of these races, but no age division or other
awards will be given to these boutique races.
There will be at
least six Aid Stations along both
marathon routes Aid stations are approximately every 5 miles.
Post Race transportation is not
included. You will need transportation after the Friday and Saturday Marathons.
So now you can do a marathon on
Friday, Bike on Saturday, and do another running event on Sunday. Mix and match whatever interests you.
shuttle buses will leave from near the Embassy Suites race morning to the start lines. You
will need to arrange your own transportation after the run.
A la carte Marathoners and Half
Marathoners are invited to the Triple Marathon and Trifecta dinner on
Thursday night. But dinner is not included.
Elevation profile of Lake