Race Maps

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There are multiple maps to help you navigate race weekend!

The Chuckanut 50k is a lollipop-shaped course. The first 10k and last 10k repeat on the Interurban Trail with smooth, relatively flat running. The middle 30k is what this race is known for--you get to climb (5,000ft), traverse and descend the famous Chuckanut Mountain Ridge amongst beautiful Pacific Northwest terrain. There are five aid stations along the course, all noted on the Course Map below:

  • Aid Station #1 = 10.9 km/6.77M

  • Aid Station #2 = 16.4km/10.2M

  • Aid Station #3 = 20.9km/13M

  • Aid #3.5 = Doug McKeever hikes in self serve water to the bottom of Dan’s Traverse. This breaks up the ridge loop. Not noted on the map.

  • Aid Station #4 = 32.7km/20.32M

  • Aid Station #5 = 40km/24.85M

Click Here for a downloadable/printable version of the map.

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Click image for a downloadable PDF

* The course map was created by Tad Davis
** Here is a link to a GPX file also provided by Tad Davis, RD of the Padden Half. Thanks Tad!
** Google Map Link that details the Start and Finish Routes Out of and back In to Fairhaven Park.

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Chuckanut 50k Points of Interest MAP

Please also review our Chuckanut 50k Points of Interest Map, which details the locations of the race start/finish line, race parking, event lodging and Post-Race Party. Each icon on the map offers more information when you hover your mouse over icon. More information on race parking can be found on the Race Weekend Details page.

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