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Alabama > Holiday Half Marathon & 8K Run
Point Clear, AL  •  Saturday, December 8, 2012  •  Course Map


 
Organized and run by the Port City Pacers, the Mobile, Ala.-based running group that puts on a number of local races throughout the year, the Holiday Half Marathon & 8K Run has become something of a tradition in the Point Clear area, as it has attracted runners from around the state for the past several years.

The out-and-back race starts and finishes at Point Clear's Mullet Point Park, and takes runners down to Pelican Point along County Road 1 for most of the race, with a brief detour onto Highway 27 for an out-and-back three miles, and then back onto CR 1 for the remainder of the race, which runners follow along the course they just ran back toward the finish line.


Race Weather & Climate

Set in Alabama's southwestern corner, just across the Mobile Bay from the city of Mobile, the small town of Point Clear typically experiences mild to cool weather conditions in the early weeks of winter, with relatively low precipitation compared to the summer and fall months.

In December, average monthly temperatures range between 63°F and 42°F, while precipitation amounts average around 4.4 inches for the month. On the day of the race (Dec. 8), the average high is 64°F and the average low is 43°F.


Course Map

View the race route map for the Holiday Half Marathon


Fees

N/A


Registration

To reserve your spot in the late fall/early winter 2012 running of Point Clear's Holiday Half Marathon or 8K race, visit the event website.


Official Race Website

www.pcpacers.org



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