Join us for the annual Huntsville Marathon!
How to enter the Huntsville Marathon
- Run 26.2mi
- Run 13.1mi
- Run 10km
- Run 5km
Huntsville Marathon routes
With the autumn leaves ever so vibrant, this is a gorgeous scenic course starting in the Monte Cristo area and continuing along the South Fork of the Ogden River. The route then passes by the old site of the Abbey of the Holy Trinity Monastery in Huntsville and finishes at Huntsville Town Park where we will have booths and vendors set up. Across from the park is the Historic Shooting Star Saloon, top five in the nation for burgers.
Utah State Route 39 and is a two-lane paved road that travels across three scenic areas within the Ogden Ranger District (Ogden Canyon, Pineview Reservoir, and Monte Cristo Road). It is an officially designated Utah State Scenic Byway. The scenic marathon run travels through the narrow river canyon, and descends for many miles alongside of the willow and cottonwood-lined river towards Huntsville. The road passes through an array of vegetation types, from sagebrush covered hills and riparian forests in the lower elevations to the cool Englemann spruce, Douglas fir and Aspen forests. The beautiful mountains and breathtaking fall colors of September and October make this marathon hard to beat. You won’t soon forget the vistas of this scenic run.
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Huntsville Marathon weather forecast
Possible drizzle throughout the day.
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