Join us for the 10th Marquette Marathon!

The Marquette Marathon will be held on August 31, 2019.  Come help us celebrate our 10th anniversary!  Registration is open!

Our marathon and half marathon courses both have significant elevation drops, visit multiple U.P. cities, and travel through gorgeous wooded scenery on the Iron Ore Heritage Trail. And of course, the marathon is a Boston Qualifier.



We like to think our marathon and half marathon are run on one of the most beautiful courses in the country . . . and did we mention the elevation drops? The 5K course is shorter but still has scenery that only Marquette can offer.

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runners at start


Your busy weekend will include hitting the Friday packet pick-up/race expo and cheering on the kids run, running on Saturday, and, if you have any energy left, maybe catching a blues concert Saturday night.

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Freighter at sunset

Area Information

Want to learn about how to get to Marquette, where you might stay when you here, what the weather’s like, and more?

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Course Maps and Elevation Profiles

Check out printable maps of the marathon, half marathon, and 5K, plus an interactive satellite map.

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runners on heritage trail

Photos and Media

Check out photos from our official race photographer, Marquette Photo, as well as videos and other miscellaneous media from past Marquette Marathons.

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Our Sponsors

The Marquette Marathon would not be possible without generous support from our sponsors. Please support them as they support us! And if you’d like to join them in sponsoring us, please drop an e-mail to

Marathon Title Sponsor

Eagle Mine

Half Marathon Title Sponsor

5K Sponsor


Kids Race Sponsor

Marquette Pediatric Dentistry

Media Sponsors

Copper Sponsors

Post-Race Food Sponsors

Tadych's Econofoods

Volunteer Sponsors

In-Kind Sponsors

Quick Trophy

Marquette Photo

City of Marquette

North Country Disposal and Septic

Stenberg Bros.

Superior Timing

Signs Unlimited


Cliffs Shaft

Michigan Iron Industry Museum

Smith Construction