One of Colorado’s favorite trails meets one of its most glorious parks at our 2nd annual Fallfest 5K, 10K, Half & Full Marathon! As all distances wind southwest along Big Dry Creek Trail, the remarkable sight of Standley Lake with the Flatirons on the horizon will come into view, then the rustic nature to the northeast will be waiting to greet our marathon athletes. A course that’s not too hilly & not too flat makes this the perfect event for all abilities & preferences, plus… along with its sister event in April (Beat the Heat), All-Out Multicourse is proud to bring you the one and only groomed trail marathon course in the Denver Metro Area!
Why go All-Out? You get more!
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|As a part of our first-of-its-kind Endless Series, race the same distance at back-to-back events to measure your progress on identical 5K, 10K, Half or Full Marathon courses. Prizes may be awarded to those who beat their previous time! Click here for more information.|
|With about a gazillion reasons why you might not be able to join us on race day, we know you still want to race with your friends & family. Well, we’ve got your back! Space will be extremely limited, so get in early if you want to race from afar for any reason. Click here for more information.|
|With USATF Marathon Certification comes qualification for Boston! (Certification #: CO15003DCR). Qualifying times earned at our 2016 Fallfest Marathon will be valid for 2017 and 2018 Boston entry. Please direct all Boston registration questions to the BAA. Click here for contact information and current qualifying standards.|
PRKids will be available to provide an exciting race day of safe, fun games & activities for your munchkins. With an event team consisting of carefully screened, background-checked & CPR/First Aid certified child care providers…
you sweat, while they take care of the small stuff.
Enrollment opening soon!
Click here for more information.
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Just a 1/4 mile from your race start, enjoy all the brand new features Denver Marriott Westminster has to offer!
With superior accommodations complimented by Marriott’s excellence in service, you’ll be all set to go All-Out on race day!
Reserve your room by September 9th to get their very special Fallfest rate of just $115.00!
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Church Ranch Office Park
10170 Church Ranch Wy, Westminster, CO 80021
|5K Course (24% Asphalt / 58% Concrete / 18% Soft Surface)||Interactive Map||Printable PDF|
|5K Athletes will leave the office park lot to head west on Big Dry Creek Trail for 1.56 miles. After turning around & returning the way they came, athletes will have had 2 opportunities to fuel up on this out & back course.|
|Male Record: Omar Nour- 17:38 (5:41) Female Record: Kuincey Whitfield- 23:48 (7:41) Event Average: 36:06 (11:39)|
|10K Course (12% Asphalt / 42% Concrete / 46% Soft Surface)||Interactive Map||Printable PDF|
|10K Athletes will leave the office park lot to head west on Big Dry Creek Trail for 3.1 miles. After turning around & returning the way they came, athletes will have had 4 opportunities to fuel up on this out & back course.|
|Male Record: Luke Ott- 34:57 (5:39) Female Record: Annie Sasseville- 46:17 (7:28) Event Average: 1:06:02 (10:39)|
|Half Marathon Course (6% Asphalt / 44% Concrete / 50% Soft Surface)||Interactive Map||Printable PDF|
|Half marathon athletes will start out heading west on Big Dry Creek Trail toward Standley Lake Regional Park. At about 2.5 miles athletes will begin 4 miles of the gravel trail & road system within the park, including the spectacular views along a north / south dogleg near the dam, then exit the park to continue west toward the south trailhead and the turnaround. As they return they way they came, athletes will skip the dogleg, return to Big Dry Creek Trail and head straight for the finish, with a total of 8 opportunities to fuel up along the way.|
|Male Record: Jimmy Trask- 1:21:14 (6:12) Female Record: Alexandra Leo- 1:38:39 (7:32) Event Average: 2:23:22 (10:57)|
|Marathon Course (3% Asphalt / 51% Concrete / 46% Soft Surface)||Interactive Map||Printable PDF|
|Marathon athletes will start out heading west on Big Dry Creek Trail toward Standley Lake Regional Park. At about 2.5 miles athletes will begin 4 miles of the gravel trail & road system within the park, including the spectacular views along a north / south dogleg near the dam, then exit the park to continue west toward the south trailhead and the west turnaround. As they return they way they came, athletes will skip the dogleg to return to Big Dry Creek Trail and follow it east for about 16 miles to the east turnaround. Once again headed west on Big Dry Creek Trail, marathon athletes will return to the finish having had 16 opportunities to fuel up along the way|
|Male Record: Chip Ohara- 2:52:16 (6:35) Female Record: Johna Iannitto- 3:37:25 (8:18) Event Average: 4:45:09 (10:53)|
|Aid Station Deets|
|Early: Thru 7/24||Advance: Thru 9/10||*Late: Thru 9/21||*Walk-Up|
|5K||$35 / $30 (no shirt)||$40 / $35 (no shirt)||*$45||*$50|
|10K||$40 / $35 (no shirt)||$45 / $40 (no shirt)||*$50||*$55|
|Half||$60 / $55 (no shirt)||$70 / $65 (no shirt)||*$75||*$80|
|Full||$85 / $80 (no shirt)||$100 / $95 (no shirt)||*$110||*$115|
IMPORTANT: Your decision to forego a race shirt and register at the reduced rate is final. The moment you provide payment information & click to process your entry, changing your mind to add the race shirt later will not be an option under any circumstances.
*Because goodies must be ordered far enough in advance to have them printed & shipped, late and walk-up entrants will receive SWAG on a first come, first-served basis. If the shirt size you prefer is unavailable when you register, please select your next best size to be sure you get one, then stop by the packet pick-up area after you race to see if a swap is possible.
Without YOU, these events simply wouldn’t be possible!
From event prep to packet pick-up, and from course marshals to meal service, there are a variety of ways you can help. Sure… when you volunteer, you can look forward to that warm & fuzzy feeling that comes by giving back, but with All-Out, there’s WAY more to it than that. There’s no experience necessary, but space is limited so please let us know you’re available right away! Athletes: We know endurance sports can take a big chunk out of your pocket book and we’ve got your back. Check out our ‘Earn a Free Entry’ program! Groups: Tired of those bake sales & car washes? We are happy to be a part of your fundraising efforts! (Donations begin with just 10 volunteers and you need not be an official nonprofit.) Students: Earn those credits in the most fun way possible!
Just click ‘Volunteer Now’ for more information, then brace yourself… you’re about to have a blast!
|Sunday, 7/24||11:59p||Early Pricing Ends|
|Saturday, 9/10||11:59p||Advance Pricing Ends|
|Wednesday, 9/21||11:59p||Late Pricing Ends & Online Registration Closes|
|Thursday, 12/1||4:00 – 7:00 p.m.||Early Packet Pick-Up & Walk-Up Registration (photo ID required):|
|Road Runner Sports: 10436 Town Center Dr, Westminster
Click here for a map or to get directions.
Don’t wait until race morning to pick up your packet! Why? Prizes, prizes, prizes!
In most cases our fabulous sponsors contribute SO many that some or all who pick up early will go home with a little something extra. Oh, and psst… winning at packet pick-up will not reduce your chances of winning again on race day.
|Saturday, 9/24||5:30a||Volunteer Check-In|
|6:30a||Packet Pick-Up & Walk-Up Registration Opens|
|7:15a||Marathon Registration Closes|
|7:20a||Marathon Personal Supply Drop Closes|
|7:45a||Half Marathon Registration Closes|
|8:00a||Half Marathon Start|
|8:15a||5 & 10K Registration Closes|
|9:30a||5K Awards & Prize Drawing|
|10:00a||10K Awards & Prize Drawing|
|11:00a||Half Marathon Awards & Prize Drawing|
|12:00p||Marathon Awards & Prize Drawing|
Directions – The Church Ranch Office Park is located at 10170 Church Ranch Wy in Westminster, CO. Click here for a map or to get directions.
Parking – Athletes & spectators will be asked to park in the lots north, east and west of the office building, leaving the south lot accessible for volunteers and event operations. Please follow all parking signs & staff direction on race day.
Personal Supplies – Marathon athletes will be welcome to bring personal supply bags that will be made available to them just after the half-way point of their race. Please feel free to pack anything from your specific, tried-and-true nutrition to anti-chafing products, extra clothing, or a change of shoes, then rest assured… we’ll have it waiting for you when you get there! *IMPORTANT: All personal supply bags must be clearly marked with your bib number and must be left at the ‘Gear Check’ area at least 30 minutes prior to the start of the marathon.
Time Limit – As much as we’d like to support each and every athlete through to the finish no matter what… parks, trails, vendors and volunteers all need to know when they can expect to be done for the day. Therefore, although there will be a strictly enforced, no exceptions, 6.5 hour time limit for the full marathon, we’ll be implementing the cut-off in a unique way to provide two options for all who might fall a bit behind.
Athletes who are unable to maintain an average 14:55 minute/mile pace for the first 12.8 miles of their race can choose to either,
1. Head for the finish line and be moved into the half marathon competition… fully eligible for awards & prizes, or
2. Give up their bib and continue toward the day’s goal of 26.2.
Although we totally get how unappealing it would be to train for a marathon then go home with a half marathon finisher’s medal, please understand that choosing the latter option above would classify you as a DNF on the results and would very likely mean course markings, marshals, aid stations, finish aid, and every other form of support would be gone before you arrive. In effect, giving up your bib will instantly turn you into ‘John Q. Public’ and end your participation in this event.
The above information is only that which is unique to this event.