The Evergreen Town Race is a benefit for the Alpine Rescue Team in Evergreen, Colorado. The race is one of the most fun races in Colorado. Mostly downhill with amazing views of the rockies and the Colorado foothills. This year’s race is on Sunday, August 5, 2007. The 5k and 10k races both start up Upper Bear Creek and gently wind downhill to the finish at the Evergreen Lake House, which is a part of Evergreen Parks and Rec. This is one of the fastest and most scenic races in Colorado.


Both the 5K and 10K courses wind gradually down Upper Bear Creek, finishing near Evergreen Lake, and treating participants to one of the most scenic and fastest races in Colorado. In fact, this may be one of the best races you have ever run! The fastest 5K time ever run in Colorado was run on this course: Jason Hubbard 14:07 in 1998.


  • $25 ($30 on race day) for the 5K
  • $30 ($35 on race day) for the 10K

All race finishers will receive a custom imprinted Evergreen Town Race moisture-wicking, technical running shirt.

The entry fee includes an official number, free transportation to the start, an informal brunch, and music and entertainment. Racers 21 years of age and older may also enjoy Bud Light and O’Doul’s beer.


6:30 a.m. Registration opens
6:30 a.m. Buses start
8:00 a.m. 5K events begin
8:45 a.m. 10K events begin



Sign up online at by noon, Saturday, August 2.


Mail your entry and check payable to:

Colorado Road Runners, Inc.
P.O. Box 7042
Golden, CO 80403

Mailed entries must be received by August 1.

In person

You may register in person from Monday July 21 to noon Thursday, July 31 at any of the following locations:

  • Boulder Running Company, Littleton
  • Runner’s Roost (Colo. Blvd., Lakewood & Aurora)
  • Running Wild (Highlands Ranch)

You may register in person from Monday July 21 to noon Saturday, August 2 at:

  • Paragon Sports, Evergreen

General information


Timing chips will not be available at the in-person sign-up locations or mailed to you. You will pick up your timing chip as you exit the bus at the starting location on race day.

Each athlete will receive an AMB computer-timing chip at the starting line. (Champion chip and other brands of chips are not compatible with the AMB system.) Timing chips must be worn around the ankle during the race.

You will also pick up your race bib when you register at the bus pickup locations (10K-Xcel Energy / 5K-School) on race morning.

TRANSPORTATION (Don’t miss the bus!)

Free bus transportation will be provided. The buses for both 5K events will leave from Evergreen High School. The buses for the 10K will leave from the Xcel Energy frontage road. You must display your race number to get on a bus. No one without an official number will be allowed on the buses.

Upper Bear Creek Road will be closed to all traffic and there will be no parking available at the start locations. The buses will transport runners from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. for the 5K events and until 8:00 a.m. for the 10K events. If you miss the bus, you miss the race!


Awards will be presented following the events as soon as results are tabulated. Awards will be presented to:

  • Top three finishers overall for each running event
  • Top three male and female finishers in each age group for each running event (overall winners will be excluded from age group awards)
  • Top male and female wheelchair entrants

Participants must cross the the timing mats at the finish line with their timing chip on their ankle in order to receive an official time. All timing chips must be returned at the finish line to avoid a lost chip charge.

Results will be available online at on the afternoon of the event. Results will only be edited (for mispelled names, etc.) for two weeks following the event.

Age Groups

  • 12 & under (5K only)
  • 13-19
  • 20-29
  • 30-39
  • 40-49
  • 50-59
  • 60-69
  • 70 & over

Age group medals will be mailed.


An informal brunch at the Evergreen Lake House will follow the race. Family and friends may participate in the brunch for $3 each payable on race day. Terrific prizes will be given away during brunch.


Alpine Rescue Team

The mission of Alpine Rescue Team is to ensure all-weather, 24/7, search and rescue response, preparedness, community education, coordination and leadership to Colorado’s residents and visitors. Alpine Rescue Team responds to emergencies such as avalanches, lost hikers, high-altitude/vertical rescues and/or other situations in Colorado’s mountainous terrain. Alpine is an independent, 501 (c) 3 volunteer organization, not a government agency. Available 24/7, Alpine Rescue Team’s assistance is always given free of charge! In case of emergency simply dial 911 and help will be dispatched.


For registration information contact Darin Eisman at 303-642-7917.

For all other questions or to volunteer, contact Richard Toussaint at 303-674-0800 or 303-674-5706.