About the Book


Imagine a magical vacation where fun and fitness are melded together for the whole family to enjoy. This is the hallmark of a runDisney event! These events are growing by leaps and bounds, and selling out faster each year.

It takes expert planning to incorporate a runDisney event into an already jam-packed family vacation. Magical Miles: The Runner’s Guide to Walt Disney World will guide you through all runDisney events, outlining the answers to difficult questions, including:

  • Which race is right for me and my family?
  • How should I navigate events?
  • Which restaurants offer the best celebration meal?
  • What entertainment will I see along the race course?
  • How should I pack for a runDisney event?
  • What resources are available for training?

From a diaper dash for the smallest of athletes to a multi-day 39.3 mile running event known as the Goofy’s Race and a Half Challenge, there truly is something for everyone. Even friends and family can spectate and get in on the fun! The Disney magic is experienced throughout the weekend as every runner is celebrated, from the first finisher to the last, along with every runner in between.

Offering advice on resorts, restaurants, race registration, packing tips, spectator information, training, race day information and much more, these guidebooks give participants peace of mind before heading into their first or fiftieth runDisney event. Having experienced runDisney events, Disney resorts and restaurants, along with in-depth research about runDisney events and logistics, the authors of  Runner’s Guide to WDW have every aspect of your vacation and race covered.




 Magical Miles: The Runner’s Guide to Walt Disney World is available in paperback and ebook formats.



This book and its authors are not affiliated with runDisney, the Walt Disney Travel Company, or the Disney franchise in any way.  
If the authors have been given products or have been compensated, they will disclose this information within the review or post, as well as on all social media platforms. All thoughts and opinions are those of the authors.

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