Saturday 5 October 2019

Aerial view of Skagen, Denmark (Author: BjørnN / / public domain / photo modified by


The Skagen Marathon is a multi-terrain running event held yearly since 2010 at the northern tip of Denmark.

All races (5.5km, 11km, 21.1km half marathon, 26km, 42.2km marathon) begin and end at the fishing port of Skagen, a small town of about 8,000 people that attracts approximately two million visitors every year.

The marathon is two laps of a gently-undulating route which takes the runners on a mix of surfaces (asphalt, gravel, trails) through the town and through the breathtakingly-beautiful dunes and moorland surrounding Skagen.



  • 5 October 2019 (Saturday)

Number of finishers 2018:

  • 5.5km: 739
  • 11km: 586
  • 21.1km: 562
  • 26km: 39
  • 42.2km: 212

Event website (in Danish and English):

Skagen Marathon - Event website:


Map of the venue:


No guarantee is made as to the accuracy or thoroughness of the information on this page. Please visit the official event website to verify the above information.