Saturday, January 6, 2024 • San Jose, CA
Get ready to embark on a thrilling journey through the breathtaking trails of Northern California at the Almaden Quicksilver County Park. This year, we’re back with an extraordinary day of trail running in the Hacienda Hills, located just outside of San Jose. The 2023 race promises to be a memorable experience like no other.
What makes this event truly exceptional is the wide range of race distances available, catering to all levels of runners. Whether you’re a seasoned trail runner or someone looking to tackle their first off-road race, there’s a distance for you. As you challenge yourself, you’ll be rewarded with stunning Bay Area views that will take your breath away.
The Almaden Quicksilver County Park serves as the ideal backdrop for this trail running extravaganza. The park is renowned for its natural beauty and diverse terrain, making it a perfect location for a race. The trails wind through the Hacienda Hills, offering a variety of elevations to conquer. The diverse landscape ensures that every step you take is a new adventure, with scenic vistas around every corner.
As you navigate the trails, you’ll find that the varying elevations present exciting challenges. It’s not just a race; it’s an opportunity to test your endurance, stamina, and determination. You’ll be working off the holidays in style, all while connecting with nature and your fellow runners.
This year’s event offers seven different race distances, each with increasing elevation gain. It’s a testament to the versatility of the course and the inclusivity of the event. Whether you opt for a shorter race to kickstart your trail running journey or a more challenging distance to push your limits, you’ll find the perfect race for your fitness level.
The Bay Area views that surround you throughout the race add an extra layer of magic to the experience. The rolling hills and picturesque landscapes provide an unforgettable backdrop for your trail running adventure. It’s a chance to reconnect with nature, challenge your body, and create lasting memories.
So, whether you’re a seasoned trail runner seeking new heights or a newcomer eager to explore the world of off-road racing, the Almaden Quicksilver County Park race has something to offer everyone. It’s a celebration of nature, a test of your endurance, and a unique experience you won’t soon forget. Join us in 2023 for an incredible day of Northern California trail running in the Hacienda Hills.
Race Weather & Climate
San Jose, California, is a high-tech city in Santa Clara County.
January 6th in San Jose, CA reflects the heart of winter with average high temperatures of 58-62°F and average low temperatures of 39-43°F. The weather is cool and crisp, marking the midst of the winter season. Rainfall during this period is generally minimal, contributing to a dry and cooler mid-winter atmosphere in the city.
Hacienda Hills Trail Run Half Marathon (Winter) Race Results
- 2022 Hacienda Hills Trail Run Half Marathon (Winter) Race Results
- 2019 Hacienda Hills Trail Run Half Marathon (Winter) Race Results
- 2016 Hacienda Hills Trail Run Half Marathon (Winter) Race Results
- 2013 Hacienda Hills Trail Run Half Marathon (Winter) Race Results
- 2012 Hacienda Hills Trail Run Half Marathon (Winter) Race Results
Hacienda Hills Trail Run Half Marathon (Winter) Course Map
See the race route map for the Hacienda Hills Trail Run Half Marathon (Winter) course map here.
The half marathon start time is 8:00 AM.
The time limit for the half marathon is 4 hours.
To reserve your spot in the 2024 Hacienda Hills Trail Run Half Marathon (Winter), you can use the registration link here.
- There is a $70 and up fee for the half marathon.
- There is a $90 and up fee for the trail marathon.
- There is a $20 and up fee for the kids run.
- There is a $25 and up fee for the 1 mile.
- There is a $45 and up fee for the 5K.
- There is a $55 and up fee for the 10K.
- There is a $60 and up fee for the 9 mile.
- There is a $80 and up fee for the 30K.
- There is a $100 and up fee for the 50K.