Sunday, March 29, 2020 • Everett, WA • Course Map
Set for its 11th annual running, the Everett Half Marathon & 10K follows an out-and-back route that starts and finishes at the Port Gardner Landing, near the Puget Sound Naval Station Complex, and takes runners all the way north to nearby Marysville and back.
Along the way, runners will cross over bridges that span tributaries of the Snohomish River, including two long straightaway stretches along Washington’s Yellow Ribbon Highway, which connects Everett with Marysville and runs right in front of the navy base.
With the exception of some rolling hills near the start and approaching the finish line at the end of the race, runners can expect a largely flat course throughout most of the half marathon route’s 13.1 miles.
The terrain also consists of paved surfaces throughout the course, as runners stick to roads and highways; there is one loop incline that brings runners off Marine View Drive and onto Pacific Highway, which runners also will run in reverse in second half of the race, on the way back to the finish.
All runners and walkers must be past mile 10 by 10:30 AM, organizers note, and the course will close at 12:00 PM – 4 hours after the start.
Race Weather & Climate
Located near the mouth of the Snohomish River in western Washington state, just 25 miles north of Seattle, Everett typically sees mild to cool and occasionally cold weather in March, with temperatures typically ranging from the low 40s to the high 50s.
On race day (March 29), the average low is 41ºF and the average high is 54ºF.
- $60 – $85 for the half marathon
- $45 – $65 for the 10K
- Military discounts available
To reserve your spot in the 2020 running of the Everett Half Marathon or 10K race, register online at RunSignUp.com here.
Official Race Website
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