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Tioga Pass Run


Tioga Pass Run
12.4 miles—only one hill!

Join the camaraderie of the Tioga Pass Run: 3,200 feet of elevation gain over a 12.4-mile-long course along the shoulder of one of the most scenic highways in the country. Proceeds from the run benefit the Mono Lake Committee.

The 2019 Tioga Pass Run was held on Sunday, September 8, 2019 and was a great success. Over 150 participants turned out for the 39th annual run!

2019 race results

2017 Tioga Pass Run
Runners headed up the Tioga Road, about four miles into the 12.4-mile course.

Thank you to our sponsors for donating gear and prizes, to our volunteers for staffing aid stations and shuttling racers, and to the the Whoa Nellie Deli for hosting the post-race celebratory lunch!

Questions about the run? Contact Alana Gillmore at (760) 717-0176.



Tioga Pass Run results

Race results:


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Ferdinand Castillo

The Tioga Pass Run is dedicated to the memory of Ferdinand Castillo, who is part of the history of the Tioga Pass entrance to Yosemite National Park. He cheered on the Tioga Pass Run finishers for the first 13 years of the run, and is with us in our memories, reminding us to tread carefully on the delicate alpine environment of Tioga Pass.

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