Wallsburg to Provo Center Street

Statistics

226

m

714

m

6

max┬░

Difficulty

FATMAP difficulty grade

Difficult

Description

The Utah Valley Marathon course is both scenic and fast.

You will notice in the elevation chart above that the course is almost entirely downhill.

There are a couple small climbs, but this is a predominantly downhill race.

You have a net loss of over 1700 feet in elevation.

The other unique feature about the race that will aid your speed is that there are no turns on the course after mile 7.

Fewer turns helps you run faster (every 90 degree turn in a race is a momentum killer), and fewer turns helps prevent runners from going off course.

After you set your PR on our easy and fast course be sure to ring our PR bell in the finish, so people can join you in the celebration.

The race runs by the Beautiful Deer Creek Reservoir, Provo River, Provo Canyon, and the mountains in all directions.

Join us this June!