Jerome Hill Climb is just like the name sounds-- a challenging course that starts at the Jerome Historical Museum and winds up through the Jerome streets continuing on a dirt road past the Gold King Mine ending at a gorgeous view of Sedona. There is plenty of food and refreshments at the finish.
This event features special t-shirt artwork by Anne Bassett, a local artist from the town of Jerome (www.jeromeartistannebassett.com). The awards, which will be presented to the 1st 3 males and females, are pottery made and painted by local artists, David Hall and Jane Moore from Made in Jerome Pottery.
The race record is held by Jeffery Eggleston who finished in 26:45 in 2010.
Registration $22 thru 8/17
Parking is limited in Jerome so we ask that you plan accordingly and give yourself enough time to park in the main parking lot and jog to the start line (approximately one mile downhill). There is absolutely no parking or dropping off at the start line. The registration is in the parking lot so you have to go there to get your race number. There is water and bathrooms at the start line.
Spectators are NOT allowed to drive on the course! For the safety and enjoyment of the runners, DON'T drive on the course. The dirt road is narrow and dusty. Stop at the lot behind the firehouse and walk to the first aid station or along the course to watch the runners.
Bib and race t-shirt are available on race day morning. Race T-Shirts
Race t-shirts are only guaranteed to runners who pre-register and pick up their shirt before gun time. Remaining shirts will be available for purchase after gun time.
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