Vancouver Lake Half Marathon

Sunday, February 26, 2017

Vancouver Lake Regional Park Vancouver, WA

Brought to you by The Clark County Running Club

100% proceeds go tho the CCRC scholarship fund and the Clark County Running Club

Parking.  There is limited parking so we strongly encourage carpooling.

Course:  The course is very flat.  It begins on Reiger Road in front of the park.  You run north for 1.5 miles  to the turnaround ( look for reflectors in road) . You come back south on Reiger road all the way past the park and turn right onto bike path.  Follow bike path all the way to Frenchman’s bar.  Turn around at the bathrooms.  Follow the exact same route back to Vancouver Lake and to the same turnaround (at the reflectors).  Run back on the left side of the road to bike path right past the park.  Turn left onto bike path.  Follow bike path to far north picnic shelter.  The course will be well marked and there will be mile markers at each mile.  Look for orange cone at each mile.

Packet Pick-up: Packet pick-up will be on the day from  8:30 AM and ends at 9:45 AM.  We will also have an optional packet pickup on Saturday, January 23rd at Vancouver Lake from 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM. All packets that are not picked up by 10:00 am will become property of CCRC including the shirts.

Clothing Check: There will be clothing check on Reiger road right by the start.  Also, you will running by clothing at the 3 mile mark.  You can also drop your clothes off then.

T-shirts: Tech t-shirts will be available for $15 (XXL are $18).  The tech t-shirt made of moisture wicking material.

Awards:   Finishers medals will be presented to all half marathon finishers.  Awards will be presented to the top six males and females in each division in the Half Marathon (including walk division). Awards ceremony is at 12:45 pm, but you may be able to pick up your award early.  Awards will NOT be mailed out.

Finisher medals. Every finisher will receive a medal with the race logo.

Port-a-pots:  There will  be 10 Port-a-pots at the start and finish.  There will also be some along the course at mile 3, 5, 7, 9 & 11.

Water Stops:  There will be water at mile 3, 5, 7, 9 & 11. There will be no sports drinks.

Food:   Several CCRC members will be bringing home made cookies which this race is famous for.  We will also have bagels, gummy bears, pretzels and other treats.