“Get Ready to Sprint: Disneyland’s Halloween Half Marathon 2024 Experience”

Disneyland Halloween Half Marathon: Run for Your Lives!

  • The Disneyland Halloween Half Marathon Weekend is all set to mark the start of the 2024-25 runDisney race season. Get ready for a boo-tiful experience as you race your way through The Happiest Place on Earth.
  • With races from Sept. 5-8, 2024 at the Disneyland Resort, prepare for Halloween-themed kids races, a spooky 5K, a terrifying 10K, and a half marathon that’s a real scream.
  • Stay on your toes! On-course entertainment and thrilling run-ins with Disney characters are part of the eerie package, leading runners through the resort’s theme parks and around Anaheim.
  • Race registration unearths itself on Feb. 13, 2024, at www.rundisney.com where more spooktacular details are yet to be revealed.
  • Building on runDisney’s already popular race weekends, the Disneyland Halloween Half Marathon introduces an extra frisson of fright to the series. Races spanned across Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort, as well as some virtual challenges for ghosts not able to make it to the parks.
  • The 2024-25 runDisney race season features an array of race weekends, including the Disney Wine & Dine Half Marathon Weekend, Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend, Disney Princess Half Marathon Weekend, and the runDisney Springtime Surprise Weekend. They also offer virtual series and twelve days of Christmas races for those who prefer to put the ‘run’ in e-run-dition.

The Realist’s Take

To all you pumpkins out there, forget the fairy godmother, Disney is now offering you a chance to turn into a zestfully frightened jogger at their brand spankin’ new Disneyland Halloween Half Marathon Weekend. Mark your pumpkin latte-stained calendars for September 5-8, 2024, and prepare to literally run like your life depends on it. With room for both the mini Frankensteins (kids races) and adult ghouls (5K, 10K, and half marathon), it’s a Halloween bash you wouldn’t want to miss – unless of course, you’re easily spooked by the sight of Mickey Mouse in a vampire costume. And if you can’t make it to the most haunted race on Earth, you can participate virtually; proving that Disney truly does find a way to include everyone, no matter how spectral they may be.