Sabino Canyon Sunset Run
Saturday, 4/8/23, Sabino Canyon, 5:30pm
* Awards that were not picked up after the race, and shirts for virtual participants, can be picked up at Performance Footwear on Broadway near Craycroft over the new two weeks during their regular business hours.
**Pictures from the 2022 event can be found at the links below. These pictures are for personal use only (non-commercial). Please ensure to give credit to the photographer if you do use them.
This race is part of The Running Shop SAR Grand Prix.
Come join us for one of the most iconic races in Southern Arizona! Sabino Canyon located in the Coronado National Forest, is one of the most beautiful desert canyons in the American southwest and a true jewel of the Tucson community. This unique 7.4 mile race is designed to capitalize on the majestic nature of Sabino Canyon to provide a unique opportunity to experience the challenges of a great race in a truly magnificent setting.
5:30pm – Non-Competitive Start
5:45pm – Competitive Start
Fees & Registration
Online Registration will open Feb 1, 2023 at 8am mountain time. Registration is limited and fills very quickly so don’t delay! Once the limit of registrations is reached, no additional registrations will be accepted. No transfers, no refunds and no deferrals.
**Please note that anyone who registered for this race in 2020 and did not do the virtual race in 2020 or 2021 will be automatically deferred into the 2022 race. Therefore, we will have very limited registration slots this coming year when registration opens. The deferral will happen at the very end of January and you will receive an email notification once that occurs if it applies to you.
7.4 Mile Early Start – 5:30pm – Amount TBD – SAR Members get $5 off
7.4 Competitive Start – 5:45pm – Amount TBD – SAR Members get $5 off
To volunteer, please check back here early in 2023.
Packet Pickup Info
Saturday, 4/8/23 – Performance Footwear on Broadway – 9:30am – Noon
Saturday, 4/8/23 – at Sabino Canyon beginning at 4:30pm
The course is 7.4 miles long. The first 3.7 miles is generally uphill on the main tram road into the canyon and then runners return to the start the same way, this time enjoying the downhill miles!
For both male and female:
Top 3 overall, Top Masters, Top 3 in 5 year age groups up to 80+
Safety Guidelines & Protocols
We continue to monitor relevant information and consult with public health guidelines appropriate for Pima County and will ensure that all race day activities are compliant with recommendations and best practices.