Redfish Lake Lodge Memorial Run

Thank you Redfish Runners for a great race this year!

Half Marathon, 10K and 5K – Saturday, May 24, 2014 at Redfish Lake Lodge

Redfish Lake Lodge is excited to host the 4th annual Redfish Lake Lodge Memorial Run.  Thank you to all of last year’s participants.

  • All races will begin and end at the Lodge.
  • The Half Marathon and 10K course will be on paved, gravel, and trail surfaces.
  • Kid’s race will begin at 9:30 AM – 1 Mile Run ages 3 – 10
  • Bluefish event will take place at the same time at high Noon.
  • Many other fun improvements with prizes, category winners, and much more….

Half Marathon begins at 10:00am at the Lodge
10K begins at 10:30am at the Lodge
5K begins at 10:45am at the Lodge

Cost & Registration

  • Half Marathon – $50.00
  • 10K – $40.00
  • 5K – $30.00

Participants can register at http://www.imathlete.com/events/redfishlakememorialrun. Registration fees increase by $10.00 for the Half Marathon and $5.00 for the 10K and 5K beginning Wednesday, May 14, 2014. To be guaranteed a t-shirt, participants must register no later than Wednesday, May 21. You may register at the site on Friday, May 23rd, from 4:00pm to 8:00pm at the Lodge.

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Our Sponsors

Redfish Lake Lodge encourages you to support the sponsors who have made this race possible. Each of our sponsors has donated prizes and/or volunteers for the run.

Our sponsors include:

Pre-race and Race Day Events

Redfish Lake Lodge will provide a pre-race meal on Friday, May 23, from 6:00 – 8:00pm at the Lodge. The cost of the meal is $12.00 and may be purchased online on the registration site, or by calling the Lodge on or before May 23 at 208-774-3536. Live music will be provided throughout the evening.

Volunteers and Course Support

Hydration will be provided at the start of each race and the finish line. On the Half Marathon course, aid stations will be available every two miles up to the 6 mile mark and every mile therafter offering hydration and endurance products as well as basic first-aid supplies. If you, your family, friends, or organization would like to be a part of the volunteer effort both on and/or off the course, please contact Jeff Clegg at jeff@redfishlake.com, or call 208-644-9613 by May 12, or at 208-774-3536 after May 13.

Course Maps

New course this year for Half and 10K runners.  All courses will begin and end at the Lodge.

Parking

Participants may park in the parking lots at Redfish Lake Lodge, the U.S. Forest Service Visitor’s Center, the Redfish Trail Head parking lot, the day-use parking lots at The Point or Outlet campgrounds, or at the North Shore picnic area. (Please note: the day-use parking lots at The Point and Outlet campgrounds and the North Shore picnic area require a day-use fee of $5.00.)

Hotel & Lodging Information

Book 2 nights at Redfish Lake Lodge and get the third night FREE! To book at the Lodge, click on the make a reservation link on the “Lodging and Reservation” page and enter promo-code “salmon” below the calendar on the reservation page. For campsites, visit www.recreation.gov. The campgrounds around the lake taking reservations are named “Outlet”, “Glacier View”, and “The Point”. “Sockeye” and “Mt. Heyburn” campsites are first come / first serve. For additional lodging in the area, visit www.stanleycc.org.

Need an ice-breaker? Join the “Bluefish Club”

At High Noon, join other “crazy” runners and become a proud member of the “Bluefish Club”.  Meet at the end of the dock and ‘cool’ off a bit in the balmy, refreshing Redfish Lake.

You might even get a little prize!”

Questions and Comments

If you have any other questions or comments, please contact Jeff at jeff@redfishlake.com or call 208-644-9613 before May 12 or 208-774-3536 after May 13.

Thank you for participating and making this one of the most picturesque and memorable running events in the Northwest. Make it an unforgettable family tradition!

2013 race results can be viewed at http://www.imathlete.com/events/EventRaceResults.aspx?fEID=15203

Redfish Lake Lodge partners with the USDA Forest Service and the Sawtooth National Forest.

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