Weather Update: The weather forecast for Sunday shows a low of 44 and a high of 62 degrees, cloudy, cool with a few showers, in other words; perfect long distance running conditions! Nevertheless, we strongly suggest coming well hydrated and maintaining hydration throughout your run. We also recommend a hat or cap and plenty of sunscreen.
The race will be run rain or shine.
Walk in registration, packet pick up and race changes are available in person the Thursday, Friday and Saturday before the event if space remains.
"The marathon start and the first six miles were absolutely magical with the pre-dawn campfires, full moon, and then the sunrise giving way to a beautiful desert scape!"
"I can proudly say I loved every minute of it. From the sign up to expo to race day you all made everything smooth and effortless."
"I am so glad that I chose the LDM to run my first 10K. The views of the Superstitions at sunrise was amazing! I'll be back soon."
"I ran the trail run today. It was well organized. Great weather, great scenery, great volunteers, great shirts, great medals, and an awesome time!"
The Lost Dutchman 2 Mile Fun Run or Walk is an excellent alternative for kids and family members to enjoy a Lost Dutchman event in a less rigorous fashion.
Action Media event photography is the Official Photographer of the Lost Dutchman Marathon.
Sunday, February 19, 2017
The Lost Dutchman Marathon and it's associated races are a favorite of serious marathoners and casual runners alike. This event is held annually over President's day weekend near the rumored site of the legendary Lost Dutchman Mine. Runners can depend on a beautiful location, excellent weather, great volunteers, and fast times.
A great destination event. Traveling from the Midwest to the Valley of the Sun for a race was a joy! Everyone was friendly and helpful, from the staff at Prospector Park, to the wonderful volunteers, to the enthusiastic runners and spectators. The LDM organization did a fantastic job handling the enormous crowds. The weather could not have been better in my opinion, but, again, I was coming from Michigan where I had not seen bare pavement in months! If I had the means, I would run this event every year!