The 16th Annual RunSedona
Parking at the Sedona Cultural Park – Saturday, February 6, 2021
Thanks to the Sedona Chamber of Commerce, and it’s member organizations, we are able to offer a FREE shuttle service for the event. The shuttle service is scheduled to run from 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on race day, Saturday February 6. Pick-up locations are finalized, and the drop off will be at the intersection of Bristlecone and Navoti Drives just south (and a short walk) of the race venue.
Parking for athletes and spectators will be available at the Sedona Cultural Park, and the Sedona High School. To avoid traffic, consider carpooling or using the convenient shuttle for the drop-off located at the corners of Navoti Drive and Bristlecone Pine. Expect delays, so plan accordingly for your race start. Allow lots of time to park, and walk to the start/finish area. The walk from the Cultural Park or the High School is approximately 15 minutes.
Start/Finish line is located on Navoti Drive between Bristlecone and S. Foothills Drive; behind the Sedona Medical Center; 3700 West State Route 89A; Sedona, AZ 86336
For our local residents, the course travels on SR89A to Dry Creek Road from Sedona to Boynton Canyon Road (FS 152C) and then to Boynton Pass Road (FS 152C) and returns the same route. Throughout most of the morning hours and into the late afternoon there will be signs indicating that runners are on the roadway. Read the Area Road Closures here.
Schedule – Saturday, February 6, 2021
Final race day schedule to be announced on or before January 1, 2021- State/County/City Event Permit(s) pending.
Terms & Conditions:
Once you have entered a race, your entry fees are non-exchangeable, non-transferable, and non-refundable, under any and all circumstances, including City/County/State COVID-related impacts/restrictions, but not limited to, cancellation of the event or of your participation, or change in the date, nature, or format of the event due to current mandates/restrictions. An event may be cancelled or changed due to severe weather or other factors that threaten the safety of participants, staff, or volunteers.