Pride Run Las Vegas
January 15 @ 6:00 am - 11:00 am
Run or walk Sunset Regional Park, the crown jewel of Clark County. Sunset Park is one of the largest parks in Las Vegas, established in 1967 and conveniently located near the McCarran International Airport. It’s the right way to start your weekend; known for its beauty, it boasts running trails and a 9-acre lake.
Run or walk the 10K or 5K timed courses with fast, flat paved, and groomed dirt routes, great for attempting a new PR (personal record or personal best). Whether you are running to win or doing a fun, leisurely run or walk, you are sure to enjoy Pride Run Las Vegas. It’s the more fun running and walking event where everyone’s welcome. So, show your pride, and help support an excellent #IDEA – inclusion, diversity, equality, and acceptance for everyone.
Make sure you plan to enjoy the Pride Run Las Vegas Celebration Party and Health and Wellness Expo with a fun atmosphere, entertainment, exhibitors.
Sports strollers, running chairs, handcycles, sports wheelchairs, prostheses, walkers, and canes are allowed. Pride Run Las Vegas does not allow pets on the course or at the celebration party and health & wellness expo for the safety of pets and participants. Visit the Things to Know page to learn more about participating in Pride Run Las Vegas and the Celebration Party and Health & Wellness Expo with an approved service dog.
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Pride Run Las Vegas is a participating Las Vegas Sin City Classic sports diversity event. You are not required to be involved with Sin City Classic to participate in Pride Run Las Vegas. Visit the Sin City Classic website to learn more about the annual sports diversity event.