Withdraw and Transfer Deadline

The Withdraw/Transfer Deadline is Sept. 3, 2014. This is necessary for us to finalize all the details of the event.

Withdraw and Transfer Policy

We are endurance athletes ourselves and understand that even the best laid plans sometimes need to be changed. In order to accommodate those situations, we have instituted a fair policy to let you withdraw or transfer your entry.


Fee: $5.00.

When transferring your event entry to another person, you will have to pay a $5.00 transfer fee. If you are selling your entry to another person, you are responsible to collect the funds from that person.

To transfer between events, the first requirement is that the event you would like to transfer to is not sold out. If that is the case, fill out the form below. Depending on the current cost difference between the events you transferring between, you will either be required to pay or you will be refunded the current cost difference. In addition, you will pay a $5.00 transfer fee. If necessary, you can transfer between events and to another person at the same time.

Transfer Form


Fee: $10.00.

When you withdraw from the race, you will be refunded your entry costs minus the $10.00 fee. Start the withdraw process by providing the confirmation code emailed to you when you signed up.

Withdraw Form

It's Beautiful!

Quotes from our runners

  • “It was the perfect scenery for the perfect race!”
    —Angie Whitworth Pace
  • “It was amazing! For sure coming back next year.”
    —Heather Wilhelm Carter
  • “It was gorgeous!!!”
    —Andrea Pringle Jones
  • “Best runner's high ever!”
    —Danina Thatcher
  • “It is like you are in a whole different world. So peaceful and pretty. We are so lucky to have these canyons right out our door!”
    —Zoe Dyksman
  • “Couldn't have a more beautiful setting for a run!”
    —Steven A. Ohlsen
  • “So beautiful!!”
    —Terry Greenfield Bahena
  • “What a great race and beautiful day! Can't wait till next year!”
    —Laurie Summerhays
  • “It was beautiful! I'll have to train more downhills for next year, though. :) But boy, was it a beautiful run!”
    —Elizabeth Willey
  • “This was my first half marathon and I honestly got so lost in how beautiful the scenery was that I didn't notice my music stopped playing until I had already finished! Haha”
    —Rachel O'Driscoll
  • “So amazing!!!! Loved the course!!!”
    —Jason N Brandi Morf
  • “We kept saying 'Ooh look there, oh look at that' through the whole canyon. Gorgeous.”
    —Michelle Neff
  • “I loved this race!!! it was so pretty and fast! I will definitely do it again!”
    —Ana Maria
  • “The colors were amazing...I love Utah! Thanks for a great race.”
    —Lani Johnson Marquez
  • “It was so breathtakingly beautiful!! I can't wait to run it again next year!! Loved it!! :)”
    —Jann Hadfield Curtis
  • “I love running in the canyons! I feel like I can get away from the craziness of life, and have some peace and quiet! :-)”
    —Leslie Smart Hayden
  • “The true color run!”
    —Martin Cohen
  • “Absolutely incredible!!!!”
    —Susette Fisher
  • “Had to drive back up there on Sunday afternoon just to prove to myself that it really was that beautiful.”
    —Rob Bruendl
  • “My favorite runs are running down the canyon and enjoying the breath taking scenery.”
    —Kay Williams Garlick
  • “Big Cottonwood Canyon is my chapel! When I run in there, I found all my answers and my spirituality!”
    —Sandra Chamale Yingst
  • “It was a beautiful run for my first half marathon. :)”
    —Miranda Ann Redhouse
  • “So beautiful!! What a great race!”
    —Janie Jolley Newman
  • “Run, run as fast as you can you can't catch me I'm the canyon run man.”
    —Kevin Gowers
  • “I love Utah canyons... because you always have a tailwind running down them in the morning.”
    —Maureen Sletten
  • “Absolutely AMAZING!! Loved the course!”
    —LaRane Jensen Kasteler
  • “I loved it! It was beautiful. Looking forward to next year already!”
    —Gary Schofield
  • “It really does not get better than that. Running nirvana!”
    —Kristen Brinkman Olsen
  • “It was breathtakingly beautiful! I loved how fellow runners would stop to take pics along the way.”
    —Michelle Dickens Bocchino
  • “I loved it! So pretty and a really fun course.”
    —Andrea Vickers
  • “What a fun race. And you couldn't ask for prettier scenery.”
    —Lisa Turner Steed

The Cause

We are happy to support the Cottonwood Canyon Foundation whose ongoing mission is to improve the environment in Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons through stewardship and top quality education programs.

More about the cause


Big Cottonwood is home to two of the best ski resorts in the world, Brighton and Solitude. Located just under 30 miles from downtown Salt Lake City, these resorts are among the most accessible ski resorts in the world. Founded in 1936, Brighton Ski Resort was the first ski resort in Utah and one of the first in the United States. Solitude was first developed in 1956 by a mining tycoon after being denied access to the restrooms at Alta, which were reserved for invited guests only.