The 2019 Slacker Races will open registration on January 1, 2019, 12:01 a.m. MST!
Worry Not! We plan to continue to reward those who register early!
Here is our price breakdown for the remainder of the year!
January: Half Marathon $50 Relay/4-Mile $30
February: Half Marathon $55 Relay/4-Mile $35
March: Half Marathon $55 Relay/4-Mile $35
April: Half Marathon $60 Relay/4-Mile $40
May: Half Marathon $60 Relay/4-Mile $40
June: Half Marathon $65 Relay/4-Mile $40
Race Day: Half Marathon $70 Relay/4-Mile $45
Leftover Slacker Race Shirts
We have sizes Medium to XXXL left over from the 2018 race! Light gray, long sleeved, tech shirt. $10 each!
Email me and I can mail them out to you!
Please send a check mailed/payable to:
• Slacker Races
• P.O. Box 2000
• Georgetown, CO 80444
Don’t forget to let us know how many shirts and what sizes!
Thank you my fellow Slackers! We hope to see you in June of 2019!
All Parking for all races is at Loveland Ski Area!
Nothing will be at Georgetown Lake as the property has sold. EVERYTHING will be staged at Loveland Ski Area, Exit 216 off I-70.
As an additional heads-up:
It will help immensely if you can pick up your bib in Denver at Runner’s Roost Lakewood on June 19, 2019 from 12:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. and YES, your friends can pick up your bib for you---they just need a name and which race you are doing.
On Slacker’s Eve, June 21st, downtown Georgetown-Strousse Park, 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
ON RACE DAY:
If you have your bib ahead of time (before race day):
AND, you are doing the half marathon or are the 1st person in the relay, drive directly to Loveland Ski Area BASIN (the parking lot closest to the Eisenhower-Johnson Memorial Tunnel)
If you have your bib ahead of time (before race day):
AND, you are doing the 4-mile or 2nd or 3rd person relay events, drive directly to Loveland Ski Area VALLEY (the parking lot closest to Denver)
If you plan on picking up your bib on race morning, please drive directly to Loveland Ski Area VALLEY to the registration tables and retrieve your bib.
We will have buses from here to take you to the BASIN for the half marathon start or you can walk the ½ mile.
Please make a note of this info and share with your friends/family doing the race!
This info is invaluable to your efficiency and race start on June 22, 2019.
Questions? Email me!
Come join us for the highest DOWNHILL half marathon in the country and possibly the highest DOWNHILL 4 Mile Run!
Do not be misled by the name but this is the Slacker Half Marathon/4M Race! It is the highest downhill half marathon in the country–beginning at 10,630 feet and traveling over a rolling hill descent to 8400 feet! The half marathon begins at Loveland Ski Area--BASIN and travels the first mile on dirt roads before joining a non-motorized paved bike path for five miles through a Forest Service area of wetlands and natural waterfalls on a trail built to sustain the weight of an ambulance!
The second 3 miles travel from Bakerville to Silver Plume along a paved frontage road with amazing views of the Continental Divide and mining remnants.
The last portion of the trail & the 4-Mile race travels from Silver Plume to Georgetown on a paved bike trail (and paved road) with scenic views of the Georgetown Loop Railroad and the largest Bighorn Sheep herd in the State!
The race ends in downtown Georgetown where there are more freebies than you know what to do with!
Photo courtesy of fotojack.com.
We have clothing drop boxes at all start lines! It is cool at the start so feel free to bring a jacket and we will bring it to the Finish Line for you!
Please do not drop your clothes along the race course and expect to find them at the finish. You MUST drop your clothes at the START lines or they will be donated to our Clear Creek Victims Advocates.
$50 per person: January
$55 per person: February/March
$60 per person: April/May
$65 per person: June
$70 per person: RACE DAY***
13 years & under: $20
65 years and older: $35
Relay and 4-Mile:
$30 per person: January
$35 per person: February/March
$40 per person: April/May/June
$40 per person: race day
13 years & under: $20
65 years and older: $25
WALK-IN REGISTRATION AT RUNNERS ROOST IN LAKEWOOD:
Runners Roost: Monday, June 3, 2019 in-store registration begins.
Runners Roost: Wednesday, June 19, 2019, in store packet pickup for Slacker from 12:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
EARLY PACKET PICKUP AT RUNNERS ROOST IN LAKEWOOD:
All online and mail-in entrants can do early packet pickup at Runners Roost in Lakewood on Wednesday, June 19, 2019, from 12:00 p.m to 6:30 p.m. You MUST BE registered by midnight on June 16th to be eligible for this early packet pickup.
There will also be in-store registration at the Runners Roost in Lakewood in June!
See map below for directions to Runners Roost.
WANT TO MISS I-70 TRAFFIC?
PACKET PICK UP & LATE REGISTRATION
Friday, June 21, 2019
Downtown Georgetown at Strousse Park
6th and Rose Streets
5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
6.22.2019 at Loveland Ski Area – VALLEY
6:00 a.m. to 7:15 a.m.
Exit 216 off I-70.
Use the VALLEY location which is east of the main lodge and BASIN location.
We have lots of freebies hosted by local nonprofits at the Finish Line so tuck a couple dollars in those running shorts!
JUNE 22, 2019
Start Line for Half Marathon:
Exit 216 off I-70 (Loveland Ski Area/US Highway 6)
Loveland BASIN parking lot
Start Line for 4M Race:
West of the Town of Silver Plume.
The Half Marathon and Relay will begin at Loveland Ski Area at 8:00 a.m. The last shuttle for the 4 mile and #2 and #3 relay start lines leaves Loveland VALLEY at 7:15 a.m. The 4M Race will begin just west of the Town of Silver Plume at 8:00 a.m. We encourage early loading of the buses so you don't start after the race starts!
WATER STATIONS & GATORADE
GET A DISCOUNT!
Bring a canned good or a non-perishable food product for our local food bank and get $5 off late registration!
Water: Both Start Lines
Water: Miles 2, 4, 6, 8, 9, 11, 12
Gatorade: Miles 6, 8, 11, 12
Both at Finish Line
TO LOVELAND SKI AREA VALLEY SECTION
- Coming from the east or the west, take Exit #216, US Highway 6, Loveland Ski Area.
- Coming from the east, at the end of the Exit Ramp, take a left at the fork.
- Coming from the west, at the end of the Exit Ramp, take a left at the stop sign.
All racers will park at Loveland Ski Area for the half marathon/relay/4M races. This will be NO PARKING AT ALL AT THE 4M STARTING LINE. Some parking is allowed at the Loveland Ski Area BASIN location. Shuttles back to your cars will occur 2 blocks from the Finish Line in downtown Georgetown and run loops from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
3 PLAYER RELAY AND 3 PLAYER ADA RELAY
Begins at Loveland Ski Area. (Exit #216 off I-70)
Approx. 5.8 miles — rolling.
Begins at Bakerville. (Exit #221 off I-70)
Approx. 3 miles — slight uphill at start and then downhill.
Begins at the 4-mile start — just west of Silver Plume.
(Exit #226 off I-70)
Approx. 4 miles strong downhill to flat.
Shuttles deliver relay folks to their start lines. You can be dropped off but DON’T FORGET to pick up your bibs at Loveland Ski Area VALLEY location.
Shuttles frequently circle to pick up relay runners after they complete their portion and bring them to the Finish Line.
Regarding the ADA relay: physically challenged relay participants complete the portion starting a Bakerville and ending just west of Silver Plume.
WHERE CAN MY FAMILY WATCH ME RUN?
Exit 221 off I-70—Bakerville
This is where the Forest Service trail joins the frontage road. Great photo spot!
Exit 226 off I-70—Silver Plume
Watch your runner coming down the Frontage Road into historic Silver Plume.
Exit 228 off I-70– Georgetown
In Georgetown, at the intersection of 11th and Argentine Streets -- at the water station!!
WHERE IS THE FINISH LINE?
After exiting I-70, at the 4-way stop, turn RIGHT onto Argentine Street and head to “Historic Georgetown.”
Turn LEFT onto 6th Street and you will see the Finish Line activities.
Park behind the Town buildings or on the street.
The actual Finish Line is in front of the Hotel de Paris Museum.
WITH A NAME LIKE SLACKER, FOLKS WANT TO TRY THE HALF MARATHON DISTANCE FOR THE FIRST TIME!
We don’t have a strict time limit on the course and we keep water stations open until the last racer crosses the finish line! (usually by 1:30 p.m.)
We have volunteers on bikes with cell phones, folks at the water stations with cell phones, so if you need ANYTHING—ask for help! Even if you need a ride down, we can help!
Most of our walkers finish around 12 or 12:30 p.m. so give us a try!
Pamela K. Streng—Attorney At Law
Clear Creek County Open Space Commission
Clear Creek Economic Development Corporation
Easter Seals Handicamp
Clear Creek Metro Rec District
Clear Creek Courant
Buckskin Trading Company
Clear Creek Firestarter
Evergreen National Bank
Clear Creek Rotary
Clear Creek Technical Services
Clear Creek Watershed Foundation
Empire Dairy King
End of the Line
Gateway Visitor Center
Georgetown Loop Railroad
Hotel Chateau Chamonix
Kneisel & Anderson
Mark & Kris Reynolds
Mile Hi Rafting
Mountain Mini Storage
Peak Performance Imaging Solutions
Relieving Touch Massage
Susan Stearns—Attorney at Law
Troia's Cafe & Marketplace
Upper Clear Creek Watershed Association
SLACKER RACES BENEFICIARIES
The Slacker Races are proud to be a nonprofit corporation
(501-C3) which benefits the following charities:
VOLUNTEER WHILE YOU WAIT FOR YOUR FRIEND OR FAMILY?
If you would like to help at the Finish Line until your family members crosses, please contact Beth to sign up! If you would like to volunteer for any part of the race -- setup, race day, cleanup, etc, also email Beth!
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