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BayTrailrunners Coastal Marin 50K

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Length

34.1 Miles 54.9 Kilometers

91%

Runnable

Elevation

4,887' 1,490 m

Ascent

-5,054' -1,541 m

Descent

6%

Avg Grade (3°)

44%

Max Grade (24°)

1,839' 561 m

High

-318' -97 m

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The Coastal Marin 50K is not a competitive race, but rather an adventure run open to most runners.

Robert Rhodes

Overview [Suggest Changes]

This is not a race. Limited to only 25 runners, this adventure run fills up fast!

The course is non-technical and with moderately difficult climbs, and aid will be provided. It is perfect for first-time 50k runners looking for a supportive team-oriented event, as well as seasoned athletes looking to take a break from racing and hardcore training.
Features: Views — Wildflowers — Wildlife [Add/Remove]
Dogs: No Dogs

Need to Know [Suggest Changes]

For the safety and enjoyment of all the runners, your registration will be screened based on a series of questions. We will send more information about what to bring, how to prepare, and other details after you have been selected.

Runner Notes [Suggest Changes]

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Description [Suggest Changes]

Our route begins in Olema at the Bolinas Ridge trailhead, then heads south to Mt. Tam and on to San Francisco. The stunning course hits all the classic trails of the Bay Area in a gorgeous uninterrupted chain: Bolinas Ridge, Coastal, Matt Davis, Dipsea, and Miwok, ending with a triumphant crossing of the Golden Gate Bridge!

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  5.0 from 2 votes

#2

in Marin County

#752

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#2

in Marin County

#120

in California

#752

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The elevation profile makes it look like we are underwater between 32.7 and 33.6 miles. This is where we are crossing over the Golden Gate Bridge. Nov 11, 2015

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