Join the San Diego Aggie Network as we walk the 33rd annual Coronado Bay Bridge Run/Walk. The Navy’s 33rd Bay Bridge Run/Walk is hosted by the Navy Region Southwest Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) Program.
The unique 4-mile run/walk has a one-of-a-kind spectacular panoramic view as participants make their way to Coronado’s beautiful Tidelands Park from downtown San Diego over the Coronado Bay Bridge. During the finish line celebration, runners receive a Finisher’s medal, event T-shirt, and enjoy the opportunity to visit sponsor booths. Plus, all participants are eligible for drawing prizes and complimentary transportation back to downtown via bus or ferry.
You will be crossing the majestic Coronado Bay Bridge to raise funds to support Quality of Life Programs for Navy personnel. MWR Quality of Life programs support the 500,000+ member of our San Diego Military Family.
$50 per person
You must register on the run website (outside of the UC Davis website). Register here.
If you have questions about this event, please contact Nadia Rohlinger '05.
Walkers and runners begin to line up by 7:30am.
Parking is limited. Participants are encouraged to take public transportation.
The UC Davis group will gather by the walker's start banner at 7:45 near the sidewalk. RACE START LINE/COURSE Runner start 8:00 am / Walkers start 8:10 am This is a sanctioned USAT&F 4-mile course. Our start line is at One Park Blvd. at Harbor Dr. between the Hilton San Diego Bayfront and the San Diego Convention Center. The course travels south along Harbor Dr. to Cesar E. Chavez Pkwy. Participants head east to National Ave., then up and over the Coronado Bay Bridge. The race finishes in Coronado’s Tidelands Park. Expect flat streets, an incline up the bridge and a decline down the bridge. Walkers are encouraged to bring cameras to take some great photos of San Diego and Coronado from on top of the bridge! Baby strollers, wheelchairs and guide dogs are permitted. Skateboards, bikes, in-line skates, race wheelchairs and pets are prohibited with the exception of service animals. All participants must be on the bridge by 8:45 am, approximately 1 mile, to allow for the reopening of traffic lanes.