Registration for the February 6, 2021 RunSedona Half Marathon/10K/5K events is OPEN.
Register* at your own discretion as the EVENT PERMIT have not been approved by the City of Sedona. We are hopeful that the event will be possible in February 2021, but the continuing uncertainty due the COVID crisis will dictate the final decision by State/County/City Officials. We expect a decision no later than JANUARY 1, 2021.
If the hills do not take your breath away, the scenery will!
Scheduled Date (Permit pending): February 6, 2021
*Registration refunds are not being offered – all registrations will be deferred to the 2022 event.
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2021 Event Pricing
Introducing the 2021 Race Finisher shirt from Green Layer. Technical fabric, gender specific sizing and ONLY AVAILABLE IF YOU FINISH YOUR RACE!
Show off your accomplishment.
Welcome to the most beautiful place on Earth, Sedona, Arizona.
Register for the 5K, 10K, and Half Marathon distances!
The course will take participants through the scenic Coconino National Forest District, known for its magical iron-clad formations, and onto the streets of one of the most beautiful cities in the Country – a city that has most recently been named by “Good Morning America” as one of the “TOP TEN most beautiful places in America.”
Spectators, supporters and participants will also be treated to an Race Day Expo, featuring a variety of local exhibitors/vendors, food truck(s), local not-for profit organizations and a Beer Garden. Please allow for some time to enjoy our community. Visit VisitSedona.com for travel and lodging information.
Come to the Annual RunSedona and be part of a rich tradition of healthy, sustainable living in one of the most beautiful places in America!
Cassie wrote a review of “The Sedona Marathon”!
This was another great year at Sedona Marathon. The course scenery makes it one of the top races in the country, in my opinion. However, this year I did notice how PACKED the race site is getting. It was nearly impossible to navigate through the crowd to get to the start line as the corral entrance is fairly narrow. The shuttle system they have set up for transportation helps keep the area less congested with cars, but the race is getting so large that the number of people is almost too much for the space. However, everything about the race itself was wonderful including the aid stations. Would highly recommend! Cassie Boness, Missouri