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‘Couldn’t ask for better weather’ as Robie Creek racers honor founder, departed runners

Posted on AllSides April 20th, 2024
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On a cloudless spring afternoon, hundreds of runners took off from Boise’s East End on Saturday to run the Race to Robie Creek half-marathon, the 46th time the annual contest sent runners up to Aldape Summit and down its back side. The race is known as one of the most difficult in the region, launching runners up more than 2,000 feet of elevation from an urban park not far from downtown. Once they reach the summit, they descend to a remote picnic area in Boise County north of Lucky Peak....

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