Race Info


All marathon and half marathon finishers receive a medal & training shirt! All 10K runners receive a shirt and the overall finishers & top three in each age group receive a medal. All Kids will receive a finisher medal. 

Entry Fee

Entry Fee is $110.00
Starting October 14th - $135.00

Half Marathon
Entry Fee is $90
Starting October 14th - $110

Entry Fee is $35.00
Starting October 14th - $40.00

Kids Race
Entry Fee is $10


Start Times for the Runs

The 10K run will begin at the Fountain on Front Street, the Marathon will start at where Sumner & Trenton Street connect. You will have plenty of time to take the early Catalina Express boat out of Long Beach and make it to the start line for the beginning of your run.

  • Marathon – 8:00 am
    * There will be an eight hour cut-off time for the marathon
  • Half Marathon--8:25 am
  • 10K Run – 8:30 am
  • Kids Race -- 9:30 am



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Race Day Registration

Race day registration will take place on the Wrigley Stage next to the Fountain and in the middle of town. The start line is just steps away, so come on over in the morning, grab your number and start your race.  All races finish back at the Fountain.

Legacy Runners-

Legacy Runners BibIf you see runners with green bibs, that means they are a legacy runner. Legacy runners have been registered in this event every year since the inaugural Catalina Eco Marathon (2007).

If you are a legacy runner, make sure to sign up now so that you don’t miss out on being recognized as part of our Catalina Eco Marathon Legacy!



2058 N Mills Ave #454
Claremont, Ca 91711
ph. 909.399.3553
fax. 909.399.9779

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A percentage of proceeds go to the Catalina Island Conservancy, which will help refine valuable trails and help preserve the island’s wild life.

The Catalina Island Conservacy
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The Avalon Lion’s Club will provide the volunteers on the course and will be our official charity partner for the Catalina Eco Marathon. Proceeds received by the Avalon Lion’s Club will go towards benefiting on-island non-profit organizations.