Tennessee > Haunted Half Marathon & Boo to Brew 4-Person Relay
Kingsport, TN • Saturday, October 26, 2013 • Course Map
The Haunted Half Marathon, on Halloween weekend, features a "wicked fast" course with very little elevation change. Now set for its 5th annual running -- the race usually sees between 600 and 700 runners cross the finish line each year -- the half marathon is all about fun with costume contests and music and spooky decorations along the course.
The course is centered in downtown Kingsport with a double loop course which takes the runners by all the sights and sounds at least twice. If you're not up for a half marathon you can form a 4-person relay team and enter the Boo to Brew Relay. The race is tied into a downtown "pub crawl" which takes place in the evening after the half marathon with drink specials, bands, and even a Trunk or Treat for kids.
If you're looking for a "cozier" event without all the big city hassles, but with a big-time atmosphere, this is the half marathon for you. It's also a perfect race if you are chasing that half marathon PR. The course is flat and fast!
Provided by Hank Brown of the Haunted Half Marathon
Race Weather & Climate
The city of Kingsport, Tenn., is located in the northeastern corner of Tennessee. Even though the course is flat, the city is surrounded by mountains with a cool fall climate, especially in late October. The average October temperature is in the high 50s, with an average range of 45 to 70 degrees. The average rainfall is only 2.9 inches in October, the lowest of any month during the year.
See the race route map for the Haunted Half Marathon
$40 for the individual half marathon, if registered by September 30, 2013
$50 between Oct. 1 - 24
$60 on Oct. 25 and after
To reserve your spot in the late October 2013 running of Kingsport's Haunted Half Marathon or 4-person relay race, visit the event website.
Official Race Website
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