Life Time


presented by La Sportiva


JUNE 18th, 2022


Run through the historic mining district’s challenging old mining roads and trails, and hit a high of 13,185 feet at Mosquito Pass during the Leadville Trail Marathon or Heavy Half Marathon. The views will leave you breathless, if you’re not already.


Each Leadville Qualifying Series race provides 25-100 qualifying slots to the Leadville Trail 100 Run presented by La Sportiva, based on the total number of registered racers at each qualifier event. Half of the qualifying spots will be allocated based on the top age-group performances and half will be drawn among runners who have finished the qualifier race within the allocated cut-off time.

Qualifying slots will be distributed at the Awards Ceremony. Qualifying slot winners MUST BE PRESENT, as the roll-down qualifiers rule will be in effect at each event. All qualifier slots will be awarded and redeemed on race day. You must pay your entry to the LT100 Run within the three days after the event. You will have the option to register for the current year or the following year’s LT100 Run and must decide when accepting your qualification slot. All entries into the LT100 Run are non-transferrable.

> Visit our LT100 Run Qualification System page for more information


**2021 Schedule Below for Reference**

FRIDAY, June 18th

Registration and Packet Pickup

Location: E. 6th and Poplar – 135 E. 6th Street, Leadville, CO 80461


•We STRONGLY recommend and encourage athletes to pick up their packet on Friday, June 18th!
•Photo ID is required. Packets must be picked up in person. They will not be mailed or given to others.
•The event is sold out. NO On-site Registration

SATURDAY, June 19th

Race Morning Packet Pick Up

Marathon ONLY 5:45am-6:30am

Heavy Half ONLY 7:45am-8:30am

Race Start!

Below are some quick updates and reminders for all 2021 Leadville Trail Marathon & Heavy Half athletes.

1.)    Both distances are full. There is no on-site registration. There will be no changes permitted to your original race distance registration.

2.)    In alignment with CDC guidelines and the recent advisement with the Lake County Health Department, masks will no longer be required to wear at the event. We encourage you to practice safe distancing protocols and wear a mask if you are not vaccinated.

3.)    Weather for Saturday, June 19th – Expect warmer temps- 70’s with possible afternoon thunderstorms. Remember that Leadville is high alpine. If there is thunder or lightning, seek lower elevation quickly.

4.)    We will now have a rolling start instead of assigned waves/corrals for both distances. There will be signs at the start with each pace & projected finish time. You will seed yourself.

5.)    The race is chip timed, meaning your overall time will be based on when your race bib crosses the start and finish line.

Marathon Race Start 7:00am

Gold Pace 8:00min- 11:30min | SUB 5-hour finish

Silver Pace 11:31min-14:00min | SUB 6-hour finish

Red Pace Leadman & Leadwoman

Green Pace 14:01min- 16:00min | SUB 7-hour finish

Purple Pace Friends & Family | SUB 8:30-hour finish

Rolling Start Pace- When self-seeding, keep in mind: 2015 Course record 3:31:17 by Michael Aish

Heavy Half Race Start 9:00am

Gold Pace 7:30min- 9:45min | SUB 2:30-hour finish

Silver Pace 9:46min- 13:30min | SUB 3:30-hour finish

Red Pace 13:31min- 17:30min | SUB 4:30-hour finish

Green Pace 17:31min- 21:30min | SUB 5-hour finish

Purple Pace Friends & Family | SUB 6:30-hour finish

Rolling Start Pace- When self-seeding, keep in mind: 2015 Course record 1:57:54 by David Roche


Pricing for 2022: 

Leadville Trail Marathon: $130

Heavy Half: $110

Military and student discounts are offered for our Leadville qualifier events. Please email a photo of your current card to while specifying which event you are inquiring about.


Past results are available HERE

Print out or download the 2021 Athlete Guide!

2021 Marathon & Heavy Half Athlete Guide

Although we look forward to seeing you at our events, we understand certain things may come up that prevent you from attending. Check out our deferral tiers for each event and please let us know if you have any questions!

Due to both distances being completely full, we will not be able to allow any distances changes (upgrades or downgrades). If you need to consider deferring your registration to the following year, please check out our deferral policy and information below.

Complete Leadville Events Deferral Policies Here.

The Leadville Trail Marathon is 26.2 miles of out-and-back dirt roads and single track that takes you through the historic mining district on the east side of Leadville. The Heavy Half consists of 15.46 miles along the same path as the marathon minus the Ball Mountain section. The course is primarily on old mining roads and trails, topping out at 13,185 feet at Mosquito Pass. This is the HIGHEST continuous pass in the country! There is a chance you’ll see snow on the course. The courses will be well marked with fluorescent pink-and-black striped ribbon and flour arrows on the ground.

There will be three well-supplied aid stations for the Heavy Half and seven aid stations for the Trail Marathon including products from GU.

Please continue to stay socially distant from others, maintain one-way flow in and out of aid stations, and limit contact with volunteers and athletes.

Heavy Half Aid Locations

  • A  Resurrection 4.5 Miles
  • B  Mosquito Pass 7.75 Miles
  • A  Resurrection 11 Miles
  • FINISH 15.5 Miles

Marathon Aid Locations

  • A Adelaide 2.6 Miles
  • A Adelaide 7.7 Miles
  • B Resurrection 10.3 Miles
  • C Mosquito Pass 13.7 Miles
  • B Resurection 17.1 Miles
  • A Adelaide 20.6 Miles
  • A Adelaide 24.5 Miles
  • FINISH 26.2 Miles


  • Outbound
    • Resurection Aid Station: 11:20am
  • Inbound
    • Resurection Aid Station: 1:45pm
    • (Marathon only) CR 1 and CR 2A 2:00pm
  • Total Course Cutoff 3:30pm

Awards will take place at 4pm at the Start/Finish Area!

Our races aim to be Zero Waste.. Look for recycle and compost bins at every aid station and start/finish. Please discard any waste in an appropriate container. Intentional littering on the course will be grounds for disqualification. The course—on trails both public and private—travels past many historic sites and through areas of exceptional beauty. Help us keep them pristine.

For more information on LRS Zero Waste initiatives please see our partner organization’s website.

From the very beginning, volunteers have made the Leadville Stage Race possible. We truly appreciate all that our great volunteers do to make our races run smoothly and to make the racers’ experience unforgettable. If you are going to be in town for the 100MTB, we would love for you to join the family and pitch in.

REMINDERVolunteer for any Leadville Race Series event (in Leadville) for 10 hours (or more) or have someone volunteer on your behalf, and you can gain preference in the lottery in the next year!

Thanks in advance for your help — we couldn’t do it without you!

For a complete list of volunteer opportunities – please look HERE!