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All registrants will be automatically rolled into next year's Portland 10 Miler which is scheduled for Sunday, April 25, 2021 pending permit approval.

April 26, 2020

Postponed to 2021

Course MapCourse Map

The flat, coastal course covers ten-miles of Portland's most beautiful roads and paths along Back Cove, Munjoy Hill and the Eastern Promenade.

10 Scenic Miles

10 Scenic Miles

Race ResultsRace Results

Nearly 2,000 runners and walkers joined us under sunny skies at the second annual Portland 10 Miler.

2019 Results

2019 Results


Race Update: January 2021

It is our sincere hope that in postponing the Portland 10 Miler to 2021 that we will be able to host the event in person. We have have put in many hours formulating event protocols and safety measures and worked with the City of Portland on how we can host this event for the current registrants. We do not currently anticipate being able to open registration to new registrants.

We hope to have a final decision in the coming weeks on if the event can be held in person as scheduled, or if the event will be converted to a virtual event.

As always, the safety and health of our runners, volunteers and staff is our top priority. We’re thankful for each and every one of our participants and your support and understanding as we work towards sunnier days on the road together again.


Post-Race Party

After the race, come join us at the Payson Park finish area to celebrate your accomplishment! Portland craft brewery Rising Tide will be serving up their delicious beers — the first one is on us! — to all runners over 21. Athlete food will be available, including fruit, bagels and granola bars. We’ll also have some of Portland’s tastiest food trucks selling on site so you can refuel properly, all while enjoying the park and the view of Back Cove. Family and friends are welcome at the after-party, too!


Course Map

The Portland 10 Miler course is an exciting tour of Portland, Maine. Starting in Payson Park, runners will follow a semi-circle along the water in Back Cove. Running along Baxter Boulevard, the course joins the Back Cove trail and passes through Back Cove Park before turning east. Runners will then pass along the water side of the Eastern Promenade to the east and south. At mile 5, runners will turn back to the north and west, encountering the course’s only significant elevation as they head up and down Munjoy Hill on the Eastern Promenade. The route then joins the Back Cove Trail again before heading back into Payson Park for the finish and race after-party!

The Series

Earn extra bling (and bragging rights) by joining us at our three New England 10 Miler races.

BankNewport 10 Miler


Portland 10 Miler

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