Information on our host city
Travel to Calgary.
Calgary is a vibrant, bustling city that offers the best of both worlds - a cosmopolitan metropolis of over one million plus the awe-inspiring outdoor adventure of the Canadian Rockies only an hour away.
With a wealth of cultural attractions, award-winning cuisine, parks and pathways, specialty shops and hip night spots, plus outdoor activities such as golfing and hiking, fishing and mountain biking, skiing and dog-sledding - there's something for everyone.
Getting to Calgary
Due to COVID-19 restrictions and the closure of the U.S. - Canadian border, Run Calgary is hosting the 2021 Scotiabank Calgary Marathon for Canadian residents only. If you are travelling from outside Alberta, please understand and obey the current Government regulations for Alberta and your province before and after the event.
The Westin Calgary is the Scotiabank Calgary Marathon host hotel. Situated in the heart of one of Canada's most exciting cities, The Westin Calgary is located downtown where the major business centre meets the city's extraordinary outdoor activities and first-class dining and arts.
Calgary is located in the province of Alberta in Western Canada, just an hour east of Banff, Canmore and the beautiful Rocky Mountains. The Calgary International Airport is a regular flight destination from most major cities in Canada and many major air transportation hubs in the United States.
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Average Race Day Weather
The average end of May race-day temperature is a high of 21C (70F) and a low of 7C (45F). Calgary's elevation is 1,040 metres (3,500 feet). Local Weather Forecast