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California > Run-Through-Redlands Half Marathon, 10K & 5K
Redlands, CA  •  Sunday, April 27, 2014  •  Course Map

One of the inland California area's most popular races for more than 20 years, the Run-Through-Redlands Half Marathon race weekend is full of events for kids as well as competitive adult runners.

The RTR half starts at downtown's Redlands Mall and finishes at the historic Redlands Bowl, featuring a course that's roughly half uphill and half downhill along tree lined streets and past Redlands' historic homes, and with stunning views of the San Bernardino mountains and the San Bernardino Valley.

The half-marathon's first six miles or so are a challenging uphill run. After that, the course levels off, finishing with one steep downhill before the final four to five miles of mostly downhill grades. ChampionChip timing is used for all runners, and walkers and wheelchair participants are welcome in all events.

Race Weather & Climate

Located in Southern California, just over 60 miles east of downtown Los Angeles, Redlands typically sees April temperatures that average between 76°F and 48°F, while rainfall totals average just under an inch for the month.

On the day of the race (April 27), the average high is 77°F and the average low is 49°F.

Course Map

See the race route map for the Run-Through-Redlands Half Marathon


$65 for the half marathon, if registered by April 21, 2014
$70 between April 22 - 26
$75 on the day of the race


To reserve your spot in the spring 2014 running of the Run-Through-Redlands Half Marathon, 10K or 5K race, register online at the event website.

Official Race Website


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