The first 2,100 spots available for this year’s Race to Robie Creek sold out in 12 minutes, 9 seconds in February. An additional 300-plus runners and walkers were added to the field. The Race to Robie Creek is known to be a brutal half-marathon with an uphill climb and downhill finish. The course starts at Fort Boise (elevation 2,725 feet), climbs over Aldape Summit (elevation 4,797) and finishes at Robie Creek campground (elevation 3,065). This year’s theme is Retro Robie: Forty Years of Pain and Suffering.
The first 2,100 spots available for this year’s Race to Robie Creek sold out in 12 minutes, 9 seconds in February. An additional 300-plus runners and walkers were added to the field. The Race to Robie Creek is known to be a brutal half-marathon with an uphill climb and downhill finish. The course starts at Fort Boise (elevation 2,725 feet), climbs over Aldape Summit (elevation 4,797) and finishes at Robie Creek campground (elevation 3,065). This year’s theme is Retro Robie: Forty Years of Pain and Suffering. Otto Kitsinger Statesman file photo
The first 2,100 spots available for this year’s Race to Robie Creek sold out in 12 minutes, 9 seconds in February. An additional 300-plus runners and walkers were added to the field. The Race to Robie Creek is known to be a brutal half-marathon with an uphill climb and downhill finish. The course starts at Fort Boise (elevation 2,725 feet), climbs over Aldape Summit (elevation 4,797) and finishes at Robie Creek campground (elevation 3,065). This year’s theme is Retro Robie: Forty Years of Pain and Suffering. Otto Kitsinger Statesman file photo

Age is just a number for 70-year-old Ron Barker, who is ready for 40th Race to Robie Creek

April 13, 2017 07:37 PM