Taape for Tiara
  Michael Stark

 


 

 

  • The Marathon Walk starts at 4:45 a.m., one hour before the regular Marathon starts at  5:45 a.m.

    1. The Maui Oceanfront Marathon Walkers Course is the same as the regular Marathon.

    2. Marathon Walkers will need to provide their own transportation to the start line.

    3. The start is just below the Wailea special event parking area on Wailea Iki Road.

    4. The course travels down Wailea Iki Rd to Wailea Alanui Drive (Shops at Wailea and Marriott Hotel)
      and then onto  South Kihei Rd at mile 1, through oceanfront Kihei Town with a left turn onto  Highway 30 at the 11 mile mark at Ma'alaea Bay and continues oceanfront all the way to Front Street at the South end of Lahaina Town.

    5. The last mile is through oceanfront residential and ends at oceanfront Kamehameha Iki Park adjacent to 505 Front Street.

    6. All of the course is on asphalt and the shoulder of the road.

    7. The shoulder is mostly between 4 and 6' wide.

    8. The course has many scenic pull outs and public beaches  for family and friends to park, picnic and support your run.

    See the Time Line for race start time and shuttle bus schedule..

    This is a non competitive division but there is a finishers medal   as well as a souvenir Maui Oceanfront Event race shirt.

    There is bus transportation from the Marathon start line in Wailea to the Half Marathon Start line.

    Traditional Hawaiian entertainment will be awaiting you along with your finishers medal and snacks.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


The Maui Oceanfront Marathon is community event benefiting local school teams, clubs,
and Maui non profit groups that help put on the Marathon.  

The Maui Oceanfront Marathon Course:
The start is just below the Wailea special event parking area on Wailea Iki Road.
The course travels down Wailea Iki Rd to Wailea Alanui Drive (Shops at Wailea and Marriott Hotel)
and then onto  South Kihei Rd at mile 1,
through oceanfront Kihei Town with a left turn onto  Highway 30 at the 11 mile mark at Ma'alaea Bay
and continues oceanfront all the way to Front Street at the South end of Old Lahaina Town.
The last mile is through oceanfront residential and ends at oceanfront Kamehameha Iki Park adjacent to 505 Front Street.
All of the course is on asphalt and the shoulder of the road. The shoulder is mostly between 4 and 6' wide.
The course has many scenic pull outs and public beaches  for family and friends to park, picnic and support your run.

A great course to qualify for Boston.
The course was measured and certified November 15, 2008 by Ron Pate.
Certification Number is USA-2009-001-BDC