Overall Rating
Overall Rating (3 Reviews)
3.7
(3 Ratings)(3 Reviews)
DIFFICULTY
4
SCENERY
3.7
PRODUCTION
4.7
SWAG
3.7
Casper Marathon Course Type: Loop, Out & Back –  Surface: 90% Asphalt, 10% Concrete –  Elevation at Start: 5,310 feet –  Elevation at Finish: 5,187 feet –  Aid Stations: Approximately every two miles: (GU, Water, Gatorade and First Aid Supplies Available) –  Marathon / Marathon Relay Start Time: 6:30 a.m. … MORE
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Recent reviews

    raispuro FIRST-TIMER '13

    This was a small race, but very well put on. I didn’t have cell service, which made my normal music choice not work. Other than that, it was an amazing … MORE

    This was a small race, but very well put on. I didn’t have cell service, which made my normal music choice not work. Other than that, it was an amazing experience. The course was beautiful! There was great course support, especially for such a small space. The post-race food was a wide selection and great quality. The shirt from this race is still one of my favorites to wear! Great race!

    DIFFICULTY
    5
    PRODUCTION
    5
    SCENERY
    5
    SWAG
    4

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    DrewNYC FIRST-TIMER '17

    The people involved with this race couldn't have been nicer. They really look out for the runners. There is a nice pasta dinner (same location as the bib pick-up) the … MORE

    The people involved with this race couldn’t have been nicer. They really look out for the runners. There is a nice pasta dinner (same location as the bib pick-up) the night before the race. There is an after party in the afternoon / early evening after the race is over. The finish line had plenty of food, water, and beer regardless of when you finished (which, as a back of the packer, I greatly appreciated – as that is not always the case).

    That said – this was probably my least favorite marathon of the 43 that I’ve found so far. The reasons were outside the race coordinators control – the combination of high altitude and high temperatures completely did me in and I was pretty miserable the back half of the race. It was my worst finishing time that didn’t involved slippery ice (Antarctica) or photos with characters (Disney).

    I recommend staying at the host hotel. It wasn’t great, but everything is there (expo, pasta dinner, shuttle to start, finish line, and after party). I didn’t find too much to do in Casper, but the people I encountered were all nice.

    DIFFICULTY
    5
    PRODUCTION
    4
    SCENERY
    3
    SWAG
    3

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    DBell REPEAT RUNNER '14

    Casper is a small marathon, about 200 runners. Excellent course and finish support, tech shirt. Course is not too difficult but does have some hills - and it can be … MORE

    Casper is a small marathon, about 200 runners. Excellent course and finish support, tech shirt. Course is not too difficult but does have some hills – and it can be hot and/or windy. Most of the course is along a city bike path that follows the North Platte River. Tons of post race food and drink options – even for slower folks. There is a 1/2 marathon option.

    DIFFICULTY
    2
    PRODUCTION
    5
    SCENERY
    3
    SWAG
    4

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