Welcome to the All-Season Co's list of upcoming races. This list is updated often, but it's always best to check with the races for the latest.
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The legendary marathon includes a full weekend of activities, including the B.A.A. 5k.
Salt Lake City Marathon
Salt Lake City, Utah
The marathon weekend in Utah’s capital includes a half, 10k and 5k.
Big Sur International Marathon
Run “on the ragged edge of the western world.” This Boston qualifier runs down scenic Highway 1. Hit up the Pasta Party for some night before carb loading.
Brooklyn, New York
Start in North Brooklyn with view of Manhattan and finish in Prospect Park. Half-marathon also available.
Glass City Marathon
This “fast and flat” race ends in the Glass Bowl stadium.
Running up to 50 years, this scenic marathon also offers relay, half and 5 and 10k options. Plus..Maui!
Oklahoma City Marathon
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Run through OKC at marathon, half and 5 and 10k distance. There is also a kids marathon event.
Gettysburg North South Marathon
This Boston-certified course takes you across the Mason-Dixon line into Maryland.
A flat course through small-town Kansas.
A full slate of courses are part of this weekend in Champaign-Urbana.
Tacoma City Marathon
This course takes you over a bridge with views of Puget Sound and mountains galore.
Fort Collins, Colorado
Run through elevation and stunning natural beauty on marathon, half and 5 and 10k options.
Both the half and full courses ends on the IAAF certified track at Haywood Field.
Flying Pig Marathon
This marathon weekend is packed with events, including a half marathon that was voted as America's favorite this year.
Newport Beach, California
This weekend in Newport Beach offers full, half and 5k races, plus a virtual run.
Long Island Marathon
Long Island, New York
There is a full slate of course distances and bundles available during this weekend in Long Island.
There is something for every runner or walker at the Pittsburgh Marathon weekend - from full to 5k, plus separate events for kids, toddlers and pets.
Just across the border from New York, this 45-year old marathon with a full slate of events began as the Canadian International Marathon, and draws runners from over 50 countries.
Run along beautiful Lake Michigan, and earn yourself the "Big Cheese" medal for your efforts. Half and 5k also available.
Capital City Marathon
This race offers full, half and a five mile run.
With only 2000 runners, and a Boston qualifier rate of over 30%, this fast course should be on your list if you want to make a run for next years Boston Marathon.
Green Bay Marathon
Green Bay, Wisconsin
This fast and flat course ends on the field in Lambeau.
Fargo, North Dakota
There is a full week of events leading up to the marathon. Uff da!
This race has been voted one of the best marathons in the world by readers of Runner's World.
All the courses start and end at the city's Fountain of Eternal Life.
From the prairies to the city this course has some hills, but also a lot of flat road and big skies.
Buffalo, New York
There is a full slate of courses and activities for the whole family over this Memorial Day weekend event.
Utah Valley Marathon
Utah Valley, Utah
This race touts itself as the "fastest June Marathon in the country." And if you don't get your personal best or quality for Boston, at least you'll have some incredible views along the way.
God's Country Marathon
This long-time, respected run has been voted as a "Best Small Marathon" and one of the country's "10 Toughest Marathons" by Runner's World.
Race the Lake Marathon
Cooperstown, New York
Head to Glimmerglass State Park for full, half and 5k runs.
Lake Placid Marathon
Lake Placid, New York
This USATF-certified distance has been certified for accuracy and is nationally ranked.
Anchorage Mayor's Marathon
This year will feature both in-person and virtual full and half marathons.
A small-town marathon with half, 5k and 10k runs.
Started by a local group of runners in 1977, this Boston qualifier has blossomed into one of the best-known marathons in the U.S.
Aspen Valley Marathon
Run the Rio Grande Trail.
Eugene Curnow Trail Marathon
Run the trails of northern Minnesota on this course that heads between Duluth and Carlton.
Mesa Falls Marathon
The half and full races are point to point courses that begin in the Targhee National Forest and end in the city of Ashton. There are also 10k, 5k and 1 mile options.
Entering its 12th year, this race is going disposable cup free. So pack your own cup if you're running this eco-conscious run.
Crater Lake Marathon
Crater Lake, Oregon
Choose between runs of 6.7, 13.0 miles and full marathon, or walk the 6.7 mile walk. All courses follow the Majestic Crater Lake and are at altitudes ranging from 5,980 to 7,850 feet above sea level.
Run through the city of Anchorage on this Boston qualifier.
Finish this Boston qualifier or the half/5k/10k in the world's largest wooden dome stadium, on the campus of Northern Michigan University.
This writeup from the marathon's site is pretty darn inviting: "The courses follow the contour of the scenic coastline, offering magnificent views of the island’s picturesque beaches, rugged volcanic peaks, and tropical rain forests. As dawn breaks, runners experience lush green vistas as they approach the shade of the century-old Tunnel of Trees before winding through misty Omao where the half marathoners enter the Kukui’ula Resort offering spectacular ocean views for the last few miles."
Air Force Marathon
"Where perseverance and pride take flight." Held at the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, the marathon began in 1997 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Air Force.
Fox Valley Marathon
St Charles, Illinois
Race organizers call this one a "small race atmosphere with big race amenities."
First run in 1975, the Boston qualifier also has half and 10k options.
Pikes Peak Marathon
Manitou Springs, Colorado
Founded in 1956 this course heads from Manitou Springs to the summit of Pikes Peak at 14,115 feet, and back down.
If you are new to marathons, and looking for a place to start, Runner's Blueprint has a great resource breaking down the essentials. Check it out here.
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