Sunday, July 14, 2019
The race starts and finishes at James Chabot Provincial Park. The park (indicated on the map by the “red heart”) is located just south of the intersection at Laurier Street on 3rd Avenue and consists of large washrooms, picnic areas, and beach area. Lake Windermere Pointe Resort and many restaurants are located nearby. Transition and the race finish all take place in the two paved parking lots near the washroom facilities. (See transition map).
Please refer to Pre-Race Information for more details about our timing system and other important information to ensure the smooth running of your race day. This page will be updated prior to race day to ensure any changes are available to participants.
Please note that dogs are not allowed in James Chabot Provincial Park.
A 5 kilometer scenic loop takes runners east on Laurier Street, over the bridge (Columbia River) on to a short connecting path to Lakeview Place, continuing south for a short distance on Lakeview Road to the turnaround and aid station (at approximately 2.5 kilometers). On the return, go right at the fork of Lakeview Place and Lakeview Road for the climb to Athalmer Highway. At the top, turn left on Athalmer Highway for the downhill over the bridge to the finish at James Chabot Provincial Park. Don’t forget to follow the “red hearts”.
This 10 kilometer scenic loop takes runners east on Laurier Street, over the bridge (Columbia River) on to a short connecting dirt path to Lakeview Place and continuing along Lakeview Road. Runners will pass an aid station, and later follow the scenic paved trail through Lakeview Meadows. Upon exiting this trail, runners turn right on Lakeview Drive and proceed to the turnaround and aid station before Highway 93. Runners are advised to stay left along Lakeview Drive to the controlled intersection at Lakeview Drive and Athalmer Highway. Turn left on to Athalmer Highway for the downhill over the bridge to the finish at James Chabot Provincial Park. There will be 4 aid stations on the course. Don’t forget to follow the “red hearts”.