This awe-inspiring course goes through the Alabama Hills National Scenic Area and features dirt roads, single track trails, hills and spectacular views of Mt. Whitney. The run benefits John Wayne Cancer Foundation so every step you take advances the fight against cancer through pioneering cancer research and programs.
IN PERSON RACE DETAILS
Join us on Saturday, October 16, 2021 for the Grit Series Run at Lone Pine! The Lone Pine 10K & Half Marathon benefits John Wayne Cancer Foundation, so every step you take helps advance the fight against cancer through pioneering cancer research and programs.
Due to the circumstances regarding COVID-19, the John Wayne Cancer Foundation is planning for this race to be a virtual run. We have high hopes of getting together to run in person soon!
8:15 AM - Important Course Announcements
8:30 AM - Half Marathon Start Time
9:00 AM - 10K Start Time
701 Main Street
Lone Pine, CA 93545
The Half Marathon and 10K runs will be In-Person.
Click "Register" below to sign up.
Each participant gets a Grit Series Patagonia* Participant Shirt and Finisher Mug!
*Patagonia or similar brand subject to Availability
Register early to get the best deal!
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14th
PACKET PICK UP
Museum of Western Film History
701 S Main St., Lone Pine, CA 93545
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15th (EVENT DAY)
Shuttle Buses start picking up runners at 6 AM from Museum of Western Film History in Lone Pine
Half Marathon announcements 7:15 AM
Half Marathon starts at 7:30 AM
10K announcements 8:15 AM
10K Starts at 8:30 AM
There will be 3 aid stations on the course for the Half Marathon and 2 aid stations for the 10K
FINISH LINE FESTIVITIES
Food Trucks & DJ
John Wayne Grit Series And John Wayne Cancer Foundation Merchandise Available To Purchase At The Event
Both loop courses start and finish alongside Movie Road and are chip timed for those that want to race or you can go at your own pace. At the finish line, you'll be rewarded with a finisher mug and the satisfaction of knowing that you stepped up to the challenge and helped fight cancer!
The elevation at Lone Pine is 3,700 feet.