The course is quite diverse. It is about 2/3rd road and 1/3 trail and takes advantage of several of the lovely parks on Bainbridge Island. It is also quite hilly! If you’ve ever been to Bainbridge Island, you know that there are very few flat spots on the island.
his is a pretty unique course. Not only does it start by walking off a ferry, it’s a great blend of road and (tame) trail running. It’s about 2/3rd on road and 1/3rd on trail. We are taking advantage of some of Bainbridge Island’s wonderful parks and trails, including Grand Forest and Battle Point Park.
By most road race standards, this is a hilly course. By trail running standards, it’s quite flat. There is about 1400′ of elevation gain on this course, so make sure you train on some hills!
A word about the trails: these are not technical trails, so you do not need to be an experienced trail runner to do this course. That said, it’s always a good idea to be prepared, so we recommend that you take some time to run on trails prior to the race.
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