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Marathon | Half Marathon | Relay | 10K | 5K | Family Fun Run
August 24th, 2019 | Ashton, Idaho

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Mesa Falls finishers: Review to win!

Enjoy your scenic running tour of beautiful Eastern Idaho? Now tell other envious runners about your Mesa Falls experience, and you could run next year for FREE!

Simply post your review for any Mesa Falls Marathon event on RaceRaves.com by Sunday, September 9, 2018, and you’ll automatically qualify to win a free entry to next year’s event.

PLUS, increase your odds & earn additional drawing entries by reviewing more races! (one drawing entry per review)

Support the Ashton Food Bank

Ashton Food Bank

The Mesa Falls Marathon will continue the tradition of giving started by the former Grand Teton Relay. We ask that every runner consider donating a few cans of food to the Ashton Food Bank. Donations can be provided at packet pickup prior to the marathon. The Ashton Food Bank thanks you!

The Comeback!

Never Give Up
"I just want to drop you a line and let you know how much I'm looking forward to this race. I am a stage four cancer patient. I have been able to run two marathons since my diagnosis four years ago by working them in between treatment rounds.

Named One of Idaho's Best Marathons By Runners

Forested course of the Mesa Falls Marathon
Runnersgoal.com has featured the Mesa Falls Marathon in their Runner's Choice Awards based on the excellent reviews from participants.

Guess who’s coming to our 20th Anniversary Marathon?

Ryan and Sara Hall are running the 2016 Mesa Falls Marathon
Ryan and Sara Hall! We are thrilled to host America’s Fastest Husband and Wife Team. In talking with the Hall’s they are as excited to visit Ashton as we are to have them come! What an amazing way to celebrate 20 years.

USA TODAY : Amazing races to run before you die

Mesa Falls Marathon, Ashton, Idaho : Skip the crowds—and the hassle—of big, classic tourist races and sink into the easygoing pace and welcoming feel of a small-town course. "I often tell people that this is one of my favorite races," Galloway says. "It's a quieter, more humble, more honest experience. A runner's race.

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