Get ready for the most extreme half marathon front range Denver has ever seen. You will gain over 2500 vertical feet in this rough and rocky trail race. The trail winds through scenic pine forests, fields of wildflowers and when you get to the top you are awarded with an amazing view of Denver.
Be prepared for all elements: mud, snow fields, creek crossings, and lots of rocky terrain!
Finish to a smorgasbord of snacks donated by our sponsors, beer, free massages, a stretching and foam rolling area with Manic Training and amazing giveaways from our sponsors and awards!
——> Please note: walkers are welcome (many of the pro’s walk sections of this race) however the cut-off time is at the 2nd aid station around mile 7 at 11am sharp!
Check out a video one of our participants created from our 2012 event:
Unfortunately, Fear The Deer will not be happening in 2019. Stay tuned as we are looking to bring it back in 2020.
HOWEVER, we have started to schedule trail work days on all of our front range Jeffco Open space trails starting at the end of the month! We hope to make this a regular thing throughout the year so we can give back to the trails we love so much.
Please join us at one (or all) of the upcoming trail work events. You can learn more and view the dates we will be out on the trail now HERE.
Deer Creek Canyon Park, Littleton, CO
PARKING AND RACE DAY PACKET PICK-UP LOCATION:
This year we are moving over to the Towneplace Suites Southwest. This new venue is closer to the park and we will have more space for our post run activities!
10902 West Toller Drive • Littleton, CO 80127 USABA
There will be a shuttle for participants, spectators and volunteers from here. Please read the Race Day Details page for more information.
$65 before January 15th, $70 before February 15th, $75 before March 15th, $80 until May 20th, day of= $90
*We’ve sold out by March the last two years so register early!!
TIMING AND AWARDS:
The event is manually timed, not chipped timed. We post all results within 48 hours of the event and list results by BIB # not by time completed (so make sure to know yours). This is a laid back, family run event.
We award ONLY the top 2 male and female runners, no age group awards.
Our top male and female finishers are awarded our Golden Antlers (like the golden jacket in Tour De France). Will past champions be back to defend their title? Will you be the one to earn the Antlers this year?
We also run one heck of a raffle giveaway post run so stick around to win something cool!
Other prizes include gift certificates, product, apparel and swag from our retail partners and other sponsors.
Run the mountains you ski in the winter! Reebok Ragnar Road Relay is happening on Aug 25-26! Use promo code CO18L2S to get $100 OFF* registration.
Bonus: All 2018 Captains will receive free shoes! Find out more at http://bit.ly/2moA2W3
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