Estrella Mt Regional Park 14805 W Vineyard Ave, Goodyear, AZ, United States

Once again, XTERRA Estrella Mountain Trail Run falls in the cool Arizona December, so join us for the third race in Arizona’s XTERRA Trail Run Series. Hit the desert at Estrella Mountain Regional Park for some tough races at any distance. We have a range of courses, 42k, 15mile, 12k, and 5k options, to cater to and challenge the beginner and experienced trail-runner alike.


White Tanks Regional Park 20304 W White Tank Mountain Rd, Waddell, AZ, United States

Race number four in the Arizona XTERRA Trail Run Series takes place at White Tank Mountain Regional Park on Sunday, January 14, 2024. This nearly 30,000-acre park is made up of the rugged and beautiful White Tank Mountains, named for depressions cut into white granite.


McDowell Mt Regional Park 16300 McDowell Mountain Park Dr, Fort McDowell, AZ, United States

With over 80 miles of trail to choose from, McDowell Mountain Regional Park is a trail runner's paradise. As our venue for the fifth running event of Arizona's XTERRA Trail Run Series, our courses have something for all trail runner levels.


Rock Springs 35769 South Old Black Canyon Highway, Rock Springs, AZ, United States

With lots of climbing, river crossings, sandy beaches and endless single track, the XTERRA Black Canyon Trail Run offers all the challenge and adventure one could ask for. Choose from the 42k, the famous point-to-point 21k, the lollipop 10k, or a 6k looping fun run and get rewarded with some signature pie from official after party hosts, Rock Springs Café.

RUN3rd 5km

Mountain View High School 2700 E Brown Rd, Mesa, AZ, United States

Join us for the 10th Annual RUN3rd 5k at Mountain View High School in Mesa, Arizona. The course is a flat and fast loop around the surrounding Mesa Public Schools property. There will be RUN3rd race shirts and medals guaranteed for all participants who pre-register online! Our annual RUN3rd 5k is a chance to bring the community together to support our young runners. It’s also a chance for the students in our after-school running programs to come together and celebrate all they have accomplished throughout the school year while raising funds for the next season.

Deuces Wild Endurance Festival

Fool's Hollow Fools Hollow Rd, Show Low, AZ, United States

The Deuces Wild Endurance Festival is held in the cool White Mountains of northeastern Arizona. We offer races for the entire family! Starting at 5-years old, kids can race in our youth triathlon. On top of our triathlons, aquabikes, and runs, we also offer relays in many of our triathlons!

Sprint & Olympic

Lake Mary Flagstaff, United States

Mountain Man Triathlons started in 1984 and are one of the longest standing triathlons in the West. This local race has that good old hometown feel. Beautiful views of the San Francisco Peaks, Lake Mary, and Mormon Lake. Flagstaff has amazing summer weather, that is cool, clean and green with flora in full bloom. This event includes medals and t-shirts for all finishers, awards, food, fun, and a great course. It is one of the most beautiful courses in the West, and we work hard to make sure that you can enjoy race day.

Long & Olympic

Lake Mary Flagstaff, United States

Experience one of the Southwest’s best venues. This local, family-run event was founded in 1984 and is the 5th oldest triathlon West of the Mississippi River. The race course includes breathtaking views of the San Francisco Peaks, Lake Mary, and Mormon Lake. It takes place right after the monsoon season with flora in full bloom. Medals for all finishers, handcrafted awards, food, fun, and a great course. The Upper Lake Mary boat docks are about ten miles south of Flagstaff, AZ on Lake Mary Road at mile post 333.


Skyline Aquatics Center 845 South Crismon Rd, Mesa, AZ, United States

The Mesa Sprint Triathlon is a fundraiser hosted by the Foundation for Mesa Parks & Recreation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit foundation located in Mesa, AZ. The primary goal of this wonderful fundraiser is to provide under privileged children in our communities the opportunity to attend learn to swim programs and summer recreation programs provided by the city of Mesa’s Parks & Recreation dept.