2020 Banff Marathon Registration Opens Wednesday
Early Sell-Out Expected, Low Early Bird Pricing will go Quickly

Entries to the incredible Banff Marathon, Half Marathon and 10K on June 21st, 2020 OPENS for general registration this Wednesday at 8am (MST)! This is Canada's only full marathon in a National Park, Canada's first national park. Be inspired by the beauty of the courses or take time with friends and family to enjoy beautiful hikes, the gondola, horseback riding, shopping, amazing restaurants and more!

Other great event features include:

  • Stunning Run Courses including the incredible Bow Valley Parkway
  • Free Admission to the Health and Fitness Expo
  • Free BMO Kids Run
  • Touring Tin Car Show
  • The Greenest Marathon on the Planet!
  • So much to do in Banff National Park with friends and family
  • Best Prices are now, but not for long
  • Full Refund Guarantee until January 31st (less processing fees)
  • Register soon, the event will sell out quickly - over 1000 were turned away last year

Secure your spot now at the Super Early Bird Pricing Tier. Once this block sells out or on September 1st (whichever comes first), the entry fees will increase.
Set your 2020 goals now and register to join us in beautiful Banff National Park...

Banff & Lake Louise has a rich heritage as one of the world’s most awe-inspiring mountain destinations. With easy access to pristine wilderness, endless outdoor adventures, and all the amenities you need, in Banff National Park you feel truly immersed in nature. Click below to check out some of the great adventures awaiting you in Banff National Park...


Interested in participating in the Banff Marathon, Half Marathon or 10K? Need some more convincing? Check out the Banff Marathon promotion video to get a sample of the beauty that the event offers in Banff National Park.


Station #1 - Sulphur Mountain

Experience Banff National Park’s geographical, wilderness and historical treasures along your trek. Each Aid Station also serves as an interpretive station! Sulphur Mountain was named in 1916 for the hot springs on its lower slopes, including an area now known as the Cave and Basin National Historic Site. Recently reopened in May 2013 after extensive renovations, this is the birthplace of Banff National Park and the entire Parks Canada System. Learn more about the interpretive stations and Banff National Park by clicking on the link below: