The Lost Dutchman 10K race is held annually over President's Day weekend as a part of the Lost Dutchman Marathon.
Where: Apache Junction, Arizona
Date: Sunday, February 17, 2019
Start Time: 8:00 a.m.
Course: The 10K begins and ends in Prospector Park, and is an out-and-back over the last 3.1 miles of the Marathon course. The course is all on pavement, however there are broad freshly graded shoulders much of the way if you prefer to run on dirt. The route is relatively flat; it includes a slight incline going out and decline coming back to the finish line. There is no time limit for the 10K, HOWEVER, walkers and slow runners should be aware of faster half marathoners approaching from behind and sharing the return lane; please be courteous. Course map.
There will be mile markers on the race course.
|2019 Prices||Received By
|Half Marathon||$65||$70||$80||$95||1100||7:15 a.m.|
|Two-Mile Fun Run/Walk||$15||$20||$20||$20||No Limit||9:00 a.m.|
*No race day marathon registration. The marathon minimum age is 14 and maximum time for all entrants is 6 1/4 hours - strictly enforced
Registration Limit: Participation in the Lost Dutchman 10K is limited to 800 runners in 2019.
Parking: The race begins and ends at Prospector Park in Apache Junction. From US 60, you may use Tomahawk road and park in the Rodeo grounds or exit at Ironwood and park on the north side of the park. Here is a Map to Prospector Park. Visit our Driving, Parking & Transportation page for detailed race parking information.
Aid Stations: There are aid stations every mile, all have water, every other aid station will have a sports drink.
Packet Pick up: Race Packets will NOT be mailed.
The race will be chip timed. Your chip is a part of your bib, do not remove it. Your number bib must be worn on the front and be visible at all times during the race.
You may have someone else pick up your race packet.
Medals: All 10K finishers will receive a commemorative medal.
Awards: Awards will be presented to the top three male and female finishers in each age group. Age groups are 10 and under, 11-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75+. Results will be posted as soon as possible after the completion of the race. The awards ceremony will be held as close as possible to 10:45 a.m. If you win an award, be sure to pick it up before leaving. Award recipients not able to stay for the awards presentation can still receive their award, details are on the awards page.
I've been planning on attending this event for a year and 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.
Such a great race that is so organized and loaded with friendly people (volunteers/staff/participants). This was my third year (previous 10k, 8k, and back to 10k this year) thinking about going for the half-marathon next year. Thank you to the organizers and volunteers for making it such an enjoyable experience. Well done!
A beautiful race. The event was well set up and the volunteers were wonderful. This was my first LD race. I ran the 10K and plan on coming back next year to do the 13.1.
This is an excellent race against an absolutely gorgeous back drop!! This was my first race here and I can't wait to sign up for next year's race!!
Thank You, Every water stop on the 10K course was PERFECT!! Kudos to all the volunteers and the management of the LDM!! I will be back next year to claim another AWESOME Finisher's MEDAL!!! God Bless U
I have been wanting to be at one of the Lost Dutchman race events for a number of years, but finally made the 10K this year. The race is awesome. Absolutely beautiful. I love that the # of race participants is limited, and that the money stays right in our community. I will be training for the 1/2 marathon for next year, and want to come for as many years going forward as I am able. Thank you for a wonderful event!
My first Lost Dutchman, my first 10k. Had such a great time! It's nice to have clear mile markers and lots of potties. Runners don't ask for much! Rockin' medals, loved my 10K run.