Saturday July 14, 2018
- 5K and 10K Walkers and Runners receive a t-shirt (Register early to ensure a shirt in your size).
- Music at the Pavilion.
- 5K and 10K Run Awards after the races in a variety of race, sex and age divisions.
- Discounted registration price of $25 for all running and walking events until July 8th.
- Beginning July 9th the price for late registrations is $30.
Donations Alpenfest is a nonprofit and is made possible through donations from local businesses, organizations and individuals just like you!
1Mile Fun Run – Starts at 8:15
5K and 10K Walk – Starts at 8:30
10K Run – Starts at 8:45
5K Run – Starts at 9:00
Medals awarded following the race for runners in the following age divisions:
9 and under, 10-12, 13-14, 15-16, 17-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59,60-64, 65-69, 70 and older
Late registration and Packet pick-up is available:
Friday, July 13th from 5-7 pm in the Community Center located at 315 S. Center Ave., Gaylord MI.
Race Day Morning, July 14th, under the Gaylord Pavilion located at Main and Court Streets downtown Gaylord Mi. at 6:45 – 7:45am.
Late registrations will be charged a higher fee.
The Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness, Health and Sports has recognized Alpenfest® as a quality physical activity event. As a result, Alpenfest® will be included in the Pure Michigan FITness Series endorsement program!
The Pure Michigan FITness Series endorses local, regional and state events to acknowledge an organization’s ability to plan and carry out a quality event that significantly contributes to the health and well-being of Michigan residents. Alpenfest® exemplifies this core value and is endorsed by the Governor’s Council.
“By endorsing local events all across the state, we hope to bring attention to the importance of physical activity and encourage our citizens to take responsibility for their health,” said Marilyn Lieber, president and CEO of the Governor’s Council. “These local events can have a tremendous impact on health care costs that present a significant challenge for our state’s economy.”