Granite Man Triathlons
The Swim & Paddle: The 1.5K (1500 m) swim or paddle segment starts standing in water start going in a counter clockwise direction around the buoys. The course will be setup on Friday evening so you will be able to see what it looks like. There is a new log feature that we will have to work around . There will be one swim wave and one paddler wave. This is the course we have used in the past Swim & Paddle Course Map
Mountain Bike 13 Miles
The Bike:The mountain bike portion will start on the beach and connect up with a short pavement section through Hart-Tish park before getting on to the trail by the boat ramp. The trail starts off with a short section of larger rocks before smoothing out and then jumping onto the road. With about half a mile of road this is a good time to get your position before getting back onto the trail . At French Gulch Trail head is where it sneaks back onto the trail. Where it weaves its way around the lake through every nook and cranny to end up at transition 2 at Seattle Bar. Bike Course Map
Trail Run 5 Miles
The Run: The run starts from Seattle Bar with about half a mile of road section before it jumps onto the trail at Watkins campground. Where it then weaves its way along the lake back to Hart-tish.
Saturday at 9:00am
Swim (820 Yd or 750 M)
The Swim & Paddle: The 750 meter swim or paddle segment is a standing in water start going in a counter clockwise direction around the buoys. The course is a triangle shape with a straight shot back to the transition. There will be one swim wave and one paddler wave.
Road Bike 12.4 Miles
The Bike:The bike portion will start up in the parking lot so there will a pretty steep long run out. Once on the bike you will head out of Hart-tish park and take a right on to Lower Applegate Rd. .Then you will ride 6.2 miles out and then back.
Run 3.1 Miles
The Run: The run starts from the upper parking lot and heads back out the same way as the bike. At the dam the run will go right and do an out and back along the road.
Saturday at 9:00am