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Únete Deception Pass
There are two main distinctions between the San Juan Islands and Whidbey Island. First, Whidbey has a mainland bridge connection (via Deception Pass) and second, it has Oak Harbor, a modern mishmash of boxlike chain stores and recent urban development that looks rather like a Seattle suburb.
Keen to shake off its lackluster image, Oak Harbor has embarked upon a major charm offensive, with a redevelopment plan emphasizing its nautical heritage and waterfront amenities. The helpful Oak Harbor Visitor Center, situated on the town’s main drag, can tell you about the town’s not-so-obvious attractions. With that been said, Deception Pass 50k is the place to be.
The Deception Pass 50k is taking place at Deception Pass State Park which is named for the narrow and dramatic channel of water that separates Whidbey and Fidalgo Islands in the northern Puget Sound.
This scenic race is apart of the Rainshadow Running Series, which provides some of the most beautiful and challenging trail ultras throughout the Northwest, Rainshadow Races will leave you wondering: Why run anywhere else? Whether you’re a Rainshadow veteran, or brand new to our race series, we’re glad you’ve found us here!
Destacable en la ruta
0.0 Start: West Beach Parking Lot
0.9 Cranberry Lake Rd/Cranberry Lake Tr Jct. (Lollipop #1)
1.8 West Beach Parking Lot
2.8 Deception Pass Bridge
3.5 Start of Canoe Pass Vista Loop Tr (Lollipop #2)
4.1 Start of Lighthouse Point Loop Tr (Lollipop #3)
5.2 Start of Bowman Bay/Rosario Head Loop (Lollipop #4)
5.5 Aid 1A (Bowman Bay)
7.3 Aid 1B (Bowman Bay)
7.6 Start of Pass Lake Hill Loop Tr (Lollipop #5)
10.4 Return trail to cross bridge
11.1 Start of Goose Rock Perimeter Tr
12.3 Turn Right onto Goose Rock Summit Tr
12.9 Turn Left onto Lower Summit Tr
13.4 Turn Left and go through Retreat Center
13.6 Turn Left onto Cornet Bay Rd
14.6 Aid 2 (Hoypus Trailhead) (lollipop # 6)
14.9 Turn Right onto West Hoypus Pt. Tr
15.3 Turn Left onto CCC Crossing Tr
15.9 Turn Right onto East Hoypus Pt. Tr
17.1 Turn Right onto Fireside Tr
17.5 Turn Left onto Forest Grove Tr
17.8 Turn Right onto Fern Gully Tr
18.3 Turn Left onto Julie Tr
18.4 Turn Right onto Old Hoypus Hill Logging Rd
18.9 Turn Right onto North Fork Tr
19.7 Turn Left onto Little Alder Tr
20.3 Turn Left onto West Hoypus Pt. Tr
21.1 Turn Left onto Cornet Bay Rd.
21.4 Aid 3 (Hoypus Trailhead) (Lollipop #7)
21.7 Turn Right onto West Hoypus Pt. Tr
22.1 Turn Left onto CCC Crossing Tr
22.7 Turn Right onto East Hoypus Pt. Tr
23.9 Turn Right onto Fireside Tr
24.3 Turn Left onto Forest Grove Tr
24.6 Turn Right onto Fern Gully Tr
25.1 Turn Left onto Julie Tr
25.2 Turn Right onto Old Hoypus Hill Logging Rd
25.7 Turn Right onto North Fork Tr
26.5 Turn Left onto Little Alder Tr
27.1 Turn Left onto West Hoypus Pt. Tr
27.9 Turn Left onto Cornet Bay Rd.
28.2 Aid 4 (Hoypus Trailhead)
29.2 Turn Right into Cornet Bay Retreat Center
29.4 Start Discovery Tr
29.9 Turn Left onto North Beach Tr
31.0 Finish at West Beach
Mapa de ruta
directions_runDirección de comienzo: Oak Harbor,us
flagDirección de terminación: Oak Harbor,us
Puestos de avituallamiento
There are two aid stations locations which the runners go through multiple times Bowman Bay Aid Station at mile 5.5 & 7.3 and Hoypus 14.6, 21.4, and 28.2. Our races strive to use as few disposable products as possible, therefore our aid stations will have just a tiny amount of cups, we highly recommend that runners carry their own cup or bottle or other drinking vessel. We will have Ultra Aspire collapsible cups for sale at the race for $5 or you can buy one in advance online and pick it up at the race.
Almacenamiento de equipos
Runners who would like to have a drop bag, with special personal supplies such as specific foods/drinks or extra clothes, at the aid stations can do so and leave their bag/s, labeled with their name, bib number and Aid Station name at check-in.
There are three cutoff times during the race that runners need to make: 10:30AM at Bowman Bay the second time (mile 7.3) 1:30PM at Hoypus the second time (mile 21.4) 3:15PM at Hoypus the third time (mile 28.2)
Our aid stations always feature plenty of water, potato chips, PB&J, fresh fruit (oranges, bananas, grapes), chocolate/candy, GU gels and GU Brew, tortillas for gluten-free folks, and tasty Trail Butter inside those tortillas. We'll also have soda such as Coke and Ginger Ale.
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