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GLACIER

Half Marathon

June 16, 2018   |   East Glacier Village, MT

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Travel Info

We want to help you make the most out of your vacation. Here are some helpful links to some of our sponsors as well as general information. We’ll be updating the links below as we get closer to race day.

Where to Stay

VACATION RACES CAMPGROUND » The most convenient (and most fun) place to stay during race weekend is our Vacation Races Campground! We are still determining where this will be, but regardless it will be primitive camping, similar to what we did our inaugural year. We will provide toilets, water, and campfires. You can sleep in your car, tent, hammock, an RV (no hookups), or rent a tent from us for an additional charge. Whichever you choose, you still have to reserve a spot. Campsites do not include cots, sleeping bags, pillows, headlamps, cooking stoves and supplies, or firewood.

Reservation Prices:

  • Campsite Reservation (bring your own tent) $50
  • Campsite Reservation with 4 person tent rental $100
  • Campsite Reservation with 6 person tent rental $130

Reservation Dates:

  • Thursday 3:00pm – Sunday 9:00am (The price is for all days and times listed, even if you don’t stay for the duration)

You can make a reservation as part of your race registration when you sign up!

MORE LODGING OPTIONS

If camping isn’t your style, here’s a quick guide of places to look for lodging near the race!

EAST GLACIER VILLAGE - East Glacier Village has the most lodging options in the area. It will be the easiest to place to find lodging for race weekend, but will also likely be the first place to fill up. This will be the best place to stay if you’re hoping to stay near the finish line.

BROWNING - If you can’t find lodging in East Glacier Village, Browning will be the next town to look in. It’s about 15 minutes away from the start and finish lines and has several lodging options.

ST. MARY - This is small town north of the race, but it has some good lodging options. You should plan on about a 45 minute drive to and from the race if you stay here.


Where to Fly

KALISPELL - Kalispell is a major hub for Glacier National Park! Most runners will likely fly or drive through Kalispell on their way to the race. That being said, it’s about an hour and a half away from where the race will take place. If lodging is full up on the east side of the park, this is a really great place to stay. Find options on the Discover Kalispell website.

Where to Eat

We will have host restaurants to share with you as we get closer to the race!

REGISTRATION IS OPEN