DSE hosts more than 40 races per year!

2019 Race Schedule

Please note that our races are always subject to change throughout the year; please confirm race details the week prior on the race web-page.

September 2018 – June 2019

Oct
4
Thu

Come out and join the newsletter folding session — a small gathering of DSE members who get together for a bit of fun, food, and folding. All DSE members are encouraged to participate. We begin folding at 6:30 PM and usually wrap up before 8:30 PM. Please remember to bring drinks or snacks to share. If you would like to host a folding session, contact Jane Colman at janecol@earthlink.net. DSENews

Oct
21
Sun

Fees

One Race: $5 members; $7 non-members

Two Races: $8 members; $10 non-members

If you are running both races, you must finish the 2 mile race prior to the 9:30 am start of the 10K – we will not delay the start.

Parking fees inside the park are $6, otherwise there is street parking in the adjacent neighborhoods; please be courteous and mindful of local regulations. Do not park in the church parking lot!

Course Description

  • The 2 mile course is out and back on Weiler Ranch Trail and starts at 9:00 am.
  • The 10K is a loop including Valley View, Weiler Ranch, and Hazelnut Trails and starts at 9:30 am.
  • S/F for both events is at the North Walnut Picnic area.
  • Please note: Due to park rules, DOGS are NOT ALLOWED on this run.

Course Maps

More information at San Pedro Valley Park Website.

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SanPedro2M
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SanPedro10K
Dec
9
Sun

Start/Finish

30th Avenue & Kennedy Drive

Course Description

Double 1.55-mile cross country loop traversing grass, dirt, trails.

Course Map

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LindleyMeadowXC5K

Dec
16
Sun

Course Description

Complete clockwise loop, traverse the upper level of El Camino del Mar parking lot then downhill to Seal Rock/Clement. Turn right onto lower Land’s End Trail and continue running east past Eagles Point. Exit left, downhill on El Camino del Mar.  Take lower fork at 30th Avenue staying on El Camino del Mar which merges into Lincoln Blvd. Turn left at Bowley and right into Baker Beach parking lot. Turn right onto Battery Chamberlain Rd., downhill and thru entire lower parking lot. Continue running east thru the battery section of Baker Beach then right uphill on dirt /gravel path to Lincoln. Turnaround at top of  Sand Ladder. Reverse direction and run back to finish.

Course Map

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GoldenGateBridgeVista10K2016

 

 

Jan
20
Sun

Course Description

****IMPORTANT NOTICE for this Sundays Golden Gate Bridge Vista 10K; Due to the Federal government shutdown the parking lots we use for this race are closed. Please allow time to find safe parking areas adjacent to the park. Several reconnaissance trips have indicated limited parking near the Cliff house, Ocean Beach, and Sutro park. Please consider carpooling, or taking public transportation or running to race location. The trail should be messy with all this rain so be prepared for some slippery fun conditions!

Complete clockwise loop, traverse the upper level of El Camino del Mar parking lot then downhill to Seal Rock/Clement. Turn right onto lower Land’s End Trail and continue running east past Eagles Point. Exit left, downhill on El Camino del Mar.  Take lower fork at 30th Avenue staying on El Camino del Mar which merges into Lincoln Blvd. Turn left at Bowley and right into Baker Beach parking lot. Turn right onto Battery Chamberlain Rd., downhill and thru entire lower parking lot. Continue running east thru the battery section of Baker Beach then right uphill on dirt /gravel path to Lincoln. Turnaround at top of  Sand Ladder. Reverse direction and run back to finish.

Course Map

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GoldenGateBridgeVista10K2016

 

 

Mar
17
Sun

DSE Members, please join us at Sports Basement Presidio for our Spring Membership Meeting/New Member Social on Sunday, March 17, 10:30am-12noon, following the St. Patrick’s Day 5K and Kids Run. Breakfast refreshments will be served. All ages welcome.

Connect with old friends and meet new ones
Learn about DSE events and operations
Find out how to get more involved with DSE
Enter free raffle for DSE swag
Enjoy 20% off Sports Basement discount before and after the meeting (store hours are 8am-8pm)
You can RSVP on our Facebook Event page: March 17 DSE Membership Meeting

Thank you!

P.S. Seeking Membership Meeting Volunteers: We’re looking for 2-3 volunteers who can purchase breakfast refreshments, set up, and clean up that day. Event volunteers will earn 2 volunteer points. If you can help, please email info@dserunners.com

May
26
Sun

Start/Finish

Lindley Meadow (across from Spreckels Lake @ 30th Ave), GG Park

Course Description

Double 1.55-mile XC counter-clockwise loop traversing grass, dirt and trails. From grass lawn, run uphill (north) onto upper trail of Kennedy Drive. Continue west on Kennedy Drive then left (southbound) onto Chain of Lakes Drive. Run approximately 50 yards and take left fork trail adjacent to mini pond. Traverse trail/sand/pavement/grass terrain to midway of Polo Field, then left downhill (north) back to Lindley Meadow grass lawn finish.

Course Map

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LindleyMeadowXC5K

Jun
15
Sat

DSE has managed this event on a purely volunteer basis for 44 years!

DSE is once again partnering with Brazen Racing to help manage the growing popularity of the race and the increasing demands of permitting agencies, all for the purpose of ensuring this race continues to be available for many years to come.

New as of 2015 – To improve the safety of all participants, headphones and trekking poles will not be allowed on the course. Please visit the Brazen Racing Double Dipsea Site for more details.

Course Description

It begins at Stinson Beach, runs the length of the Dipsea Trail to Mill Valley then back to Stinson Beach. Epic views, adventures — and lots of stairs — await you!

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Jun
30
Sun

Course Description

Race starts/finishes at Little Marina Green, Yacht Road parking lot. Run west on Golden Gate Promenade.  Just beyond the Warming Hut, turn left and go up the stairs towards the Golden Gate Bridge.  Continue on trail under the bridge; run the downhill trail inside the guard rail on Lincoln Blvd.  Complete a clockwise Baker Beach trail/sand loop; run past the water treatment plant, then east onto sandy beach to the Sand Ladder, which is 400 yards of a vertical climb.  At the top, turn left and return to the start/finish.

Course Map

Printable Map CoastalTrail10K2014