Attention, runners! The Nevada Marathon & Lamoille Canyon Half Marathon is happening June 20 and there are still spots available for each run! The race starts at the top of beautiful Lamoille Canyon near Elko, and takes runners on a scenic stride through the canyon before dropping into Lamoille Valley, with the finish line in the town of Lamoille. The Nevada Marathon is a Boston Marathon-qualifying race.

Click here to register, but hurry, because there is a limited number of spots available. The registration deadline is June 10, 2020.

Due to the Coronavirus, race organizers have taken extensive precautionary measures, ensuring participants and volunteers practice social distancing, resulting in a safe, fun run for everyone.

All of the race details can be found here, including start times, registration information, packet pick-up, transportation information, and more.

In addition, race organizers are allowing runners to participate with a “virtual option.” Registered runners may run the course in advance of June 20 and receive a shirt and medal, or they may run may also run any 13.1 or 26.2 mile course. Submission details are available here.

The course map can be found here, but keep in mind as the Coronavirus situation changes almost daily, to check the Ruby Mountain Relay Facebook page for the most up-to-date information before making your plans.

Register now! And remember to stay safe, have fun, and run fast (or whatever speed makes you happy).

Also, don’t forget to mark your calendars for the Ruby Mountain Relay, which takes place on August 1. The race takes runners on some of the most scenic trails in the Ruby Mountains. Signup information can be found here, while race specifics are here.