Are you looking for a trail running event that offers cash prizes in Fort Worth, Texas? Look no further! The Fort Worth Marathon is a certified USA Track & Field race that takes runners on a round trip along the city's Trinity Trail system. This 16th annual event takes place at a time when the area experiences some of the mildest temperatures and weather conditions of the year. The course is very flat, with an elevation rise of only 70 feet between the starting line and the highest point of the half marathon. At the finish line, cash prizes and prizes by age group will be awarded - but runners must be present to receive any cash prize.
The full 26.2-mile marathon has a turning point midway at 9.5 miles in Benbrook, in Pecan Valley Park. Average temperatures in November range from 44°F to 67°F, while total rainfall averages 2.35 inches - making it one of the driest months of the year. Join the Irving Marathon Running Series to connect with the North Texas running community and take advantage of a 50% discount on the race if you let them know one month to two weeks before race day. If you can no longer run the race, Endurance Buzz and Denton Area Running Club offer 100% of the race credit for another Blaze Trails Running event if you let them know more than a month in advance.
After you finish running through the beautiful Trinity Trails, join them for a drink and taco in the courtyard of the Woodshed in Fort Worth, Texas.