Distances in this event
- Run 10km
- Run 5km
- Run 1mi
- Run 0.03mi
SF Aloha Run routes
10K – 6.2 miles & 5K – 3.1 miles
Both the 5K and the 10K start on Old Mason Street across from Sports Basement. Runners make a left through the East Beach parking lot and then a left on the San Francisco Bay Trail which parallels the water. The turnaround is located just before Fort Point. Runner’s make their way back on the paved path next to Old Mason Street. 5K runners will make a left to cut through Crissy Field and make their way to the finish, while 10K runners will continue straight for a second loop before finishing through Crissy Field just like the 5K’ers. This route is fast, flat and scenic with beautiful views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Marin Headlands, Alcatraz and more!
For our Keiki runners, ages 6-13, youth will dash along a dedicated 1 mile course and special champion finish line.
For our youngest athletes, ages 2-5, children will enjoy a dedicated 50 yard dash with a special aloha finish line. It is encouraged that all of the young athletes show up at 9:00am for plenty of time for stretching and cheering before the start of the dash. Parents and caretakers do not have to register for this run if accompanying a registered tot trotter.
- Finisher’s t-shirt
- Race packs collected on the day
- 1200 participants
From the organizer
An Event for Runners of All Levels
With a spectacular view of the Golden Gate Bridge, runners/walkers of all abilities will enjoy the incredible scenery of Crissy Field, Hawaiian style music and entertainment, tasty Aloha treats, and childrens activities.
Bring the entire family including your canine buddy for this fun and healthy event which will include special kids activities for our younger athletes and doggie treats for your four-legged companion.
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SF Aloha Run weather forecast
Partly cloudy throughout the day.
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