Are you ready for the 3rd annual Joshua Tree Half Marathon? This night course is unique for us- the only one like it in our race series. Running in the desert at night under the dark sky with the stars lighting your way will be an experience to remember. It is also more of a challenge […]
Joshua Tree Half Marathon Details Joshua Tree, CA | Nov. 7, 2020 | 6:15 pm Quick Navigation Course Information Course Overview Gear Course Details Bib & Packet Pickup Option #1: Race Expo (recommended) Option #2: Shipped To You (US residents only) Other Details Travel Information Where to Fly Where to Stay Restaurants & Activities Race […]
The 2018 Joshua Tree Half Marathon Race Guide is here! We’ve put together this handy race guide with everything you need to know to have an awesome event weekend. But first some… Interesting Facts We’ll have runners in attendance from 45 states! 5 countries will be represented including USA, Australia, Canada, Mexico, and the […]
The Joshua Tree Half is still on! We will update this page with any necessary modifications as we get closer to race weekend. In the meantime, check out our blog for the most current info on all remaining 2020 events. Joshua Tree Half Marathon Nov. 7, 2020 Joshua Tree, CA Registration is open. Sign up today! REGISTER […]
We know stuff happens and sometimes you can't run a race you signed up for. Here are some options:
See the full Refund/Transfer Policy for details.
Shirts and medals are ordered soon after the final price jump. You'll still be guaranteed a shirt but not a specific size.
There will be a shirt exchange available at the finish line on race day.
-EXPO: We will cancel expos at our events when required to do so in order to avoid large gatherings. Other events might have modified or simplified expos (limited vendors or scheduled pickup times). When we have to cancel expos we will offer bib pickup in some other way (i.e drive thru pickup).
-START LINE & STAGGERED STARTS: To comply with group size limits, we may need to have staggered starts and/or a rolling start. Rather than starting a couple thousand runners all at once, we may assign start times or leave the start line open for a few hours in order to avoid large groups and thin out the on course crowds.
-AID STATIONS: In some cases aid stations will be set up to allow social distancing and even have "hands free" foot pedals to allow you to refill hydrapouches or water bottles. We may not have fresh cut oranges and bananas.
-SPECTATORS: At some events, spectators will not be invited to cheer for their runner at the finish line.
-SHUTTLES: When shuttles are necessary we will require all riders to wear face masks, buses will not run at full capacity, etc.
**These are only examples of changes that may be implemented at your event. More specific changes will be communicated on a race by race basis within a month before the event.**