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Hagg Hybrid Course
Transcript of Hagg Hybrid Course
A unique mix of road and trail around scenic Hagg Lake. Saturday, October 13, 2012 Aid Station 3 to Aid Station 4 Start time: 8 AM
If you're running the marathon, this is the first of two loops you'll make to complete the solo 26.2.
If you're in the marathon relay, only the first runner on your team will head out now on their road loop around Hagg Lake. Start at Boat Ramp C on the southwest side of Hagg Lake Start to Aid Station 1 Distance: 3.1 Miles
Leaving Boat Ramp C, the course travels on wide curves and rolling hills to the first aid station just before the dam. Aid Station 1 to Aid Station 2 Distance: 1.8 miles (4.9 total)
Leaving the aid station, the course crosses the dam for a beautiful view of the lake and the valley, with a quick roundabout and the second aid station. Aid Station 2 to Aid Station 3 Distance: 1.7 Miles (6.6 total)
Leaving the aid station, the course climbs steadily among the trees to the third aid station. Distance: 1.4 Miles (8 total)
Leaving the aid station, the course climbs briefly before a beautiful descent with views of the lake to the fourth aid station. Nelson Road to Tanner Creek Dam to Nelson Rd. Start to Pop Out Pop Out to Dam Aid Station 4 to Aid Station 5 Tanner Creek to Sain Valley Road Distance: 1.2 Miles (9.2 total)
After a short climb, the race has some of the best downhills on the course, flowing down to the fifth aid station. Aid Station 5 to Aid Station 6 Sain Valley Road to Boat Ramp C Distance: 2.5 Miles (11.7 total)
Continuing the beautiful downhills on the northern side of the lake, the course crosses the river before climbing back up to Boat Ramp C and the final portion of the Road Section of the course. Aid Station 6 to Aid Station 7 Boat Ramp C to Pop-Out Distance: 4 Miles (15.7 total)
Leaving Boat Ramp C, the course immediately finds single track trails through trees, along meadows and crosses bridges on some of the most beautiful parts of the course. Aid Station 7 to Aid Station 8 Pop out to Dam Distance: .9 Miles (total 16.6)
Leaving the aid station, the course crosses the dam for a beautiful view of the lake and valley. Aid Station 8 to Aid Station 9 Dam to Nelson Road Distance: 2.5 Miles (19.1 total)
After this aid station, runners will find a great rhythm along beautiful rolling hills before popping out to the next aid station. Aid Station 9 to Aid Station 10 Nelson Road to Tanner Creek Distance: 2.7 Miles (21.8 total)
Running close to the lake, this section has numerous short ups and downs that will challenge you. Aid Station 10 to Aid Station 11 Tanner Creek to Sain Valley Road Distance: 1.7 Miles (23.5 total)
The flattest and steadiest section of the trail course, this section will likely be one of the fastest sections for most runners. Aid Station 11 to Finish Sain Valley Road to Boat Ramp C Distance: 2.7 Miles (26.2 total)
After a brief climb, the course will provide some of the best downhills and most open areas of the trail course. A short meadow crossing will signal the finish and a quick circling of Boat Ramp C will take you to the finish.