The Toughest Race In The Northwest; Catch A Shuttle To Watch The Race To Robie Creek
As a runner in the Treasure Valley, I can tell you that many people consider the Race to Robie Creek a right of passage. If you're like me and rather sit on the sidelines here's what you need to know.
To the people brave enough to do Robie, I applaud you! I've been running for almost 15 years and I gotta be honest, I'm chicken. I rather run 26.2 miles on a rolling surface that the challenge that is Robie. What you're doing this weekend is awesome and you should be proud!
I'm more comfortable on the sidelines at Robie! If you want to cheer on the runners this weekend and want transportation to the finish line you'll need to get a pre-paid spectator ticket. The Idaho Department of Parks and Rec will be running shuttles from their hub on Warm Springs Avenue every thirty minutes starting at 11:30 AM. They'll run a second shuttle from Spring Shores Marina every 30 minutes starting at noon.
For more information about how to watch The Race To Robie Creek and celebrate with the finishers click HERE. You must have a spectator pass to attend the finish line party if you are not a participant or volunteer.