Val Nolasco Half Marathon

Sunday, November 12, 2023 • Honolulu HI • Course Map

Brown and Green Mountains Under White Clouds of Honolulu Hawaii home of Val Nolasco Half Marathon

Welcome to the Val Nolasco Half Marathon in beautiful Honolulu, Hawaii! 

Scenic Views, Destination Race. Any race that is hosted in the awe-inspiration location of Hawaii is going to be considered a destination race, let’s be honest. Well, Val Nolasco is no different. 

Starting and ending within Kapiolani Regional Park in Honolulu, HI, this park is the largest and second oldest park in the state, offering its visitors 200 acres of incredible landscapes. 

Beginning in Kapiolani Regional Park on Kalakaua Avenue, the marathon starts oceanside and takes runners toward Waikiki before heading up over the Diamond Head. 

Through Triangle Park, runners continue on 18th Avenue before reaching Kalanianaole Highway. From there, it’s onto Wailupe Circle before finding themselves back on Kealaolu.

Finally, it’s heading back to the park to finish this beautiful Honolulu half marathon.

While there is no set time limit on this half marathon course, runners are encouraged to arrive physically fit and prepared enough to comfortably complete the race. Being in Hawaii, this course isn’t only lengthy but also hot, making it that much more difficult to complete. 

All registrants will receive a race shirt, along with a finisher’s medal for those who successfully cross the finish line. 

Race Weather & Climate

Situated on the island of Oahu, Honolulu enjoys a tropical paradise on November 12th. With an average high temperature of around 84°F (29°C), it’s ideal for outdoor activities. The beaches beckon with their warm waters and the vibrant city offers a blend of culture and relaxation.

Val Nolasco Half Marathon Results

Val Nolasco Half Marathon Course Map

See the race route map here on the race director’s website.

Starting Time

The half marathon starts at 5:30 am, HST and the awards ceremony will be around 8:00 am, HST.


Check the race director’s website for fees for the marathon.


You can find the registration on

Official Race Website

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