DATE: Sunday, May 1, 2022
LOCATION: Brand Park, 1601 West Mountain Street, Glendale, CA 91201
START TIME: 8:00 A.M.
ON RACE DAY - Brand Park opens at 6:00 A.M. Please arrive early enough to allow ample time for parking, packet pick up, and warm-up. Keep in mind that parking in Brand Park is limited and most participants will need to park on nearby neighborhood streets. The start line is approximately 1/4 mile uphill from the registration area. Onsite Registraion closes at 7:45 A.M.
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MORE INFO COMING SOON!
$30 January 6th until Feb 28th
$35 from March 1st through March 31st
$40 from April 1st through April 22nd
$45 on Race Day
NEW in 2022 Finisher Medals!
All course finishers will receive a commemorative 10th Anniversary medal at the finish line.
Will be given to the top three male and female finishers in each age group, and the first male and female Glendale finishers. To see a list of the age groups, click here =>
Male/Overall: Lucas Matison, 38:38 (2016)
Female: Audrey Kroot, 47:33 (2017)
Hikers (all people who plan on walking the course rather than running) will also start at 8:00 A.M. Hikers will line up behind the runners in the starting area.
Keep in mind that this is a timed event. Please do your best to complete the course in a timely manner. The course will remain staffed until noon, at which point the Brand Fire Road will be
re-opened for use by the general public.
This allows hikers to traverse 6.2 miles at a pace of 38 minutes per mile, a generous time allowance.
Will be given away during a random drawing at the awards ceremony (Winners must be present). Everyone has a chance of winning!
For Everyone's Safety
NO DOGS OR STROLLERS
Please stay to the right of the fire road when being passed by another runner or when encountering a runner coming in the opposite direction. The Verdugo Mountains 10K is an out and back course, so there will be two-way traffic. The fire road is sufficiently wide enough to allow for two-way traffic, as long as participants stay to the right in such situations.
If you choose to wear a personal listening device, please keep the volume low enough or one earpiece removed so that you can hear another runner attempting to pass and/or the instructions of race staff.