Swim Course 1.2 Miles (2 Laps) -The swim will be a diamond loop. There will be buoys marking the route.. The first buoy will be at 250 meters, the second will be 215 meters, the third will be 215 meters and from that to finish is another 250 meters. This is done this way to give a extra buoy to the current swim triangle course and make it a 1.2 Mile distance. Half Distance must swim this twice to get the complete distance. This will allow for more lifeguard support. Water temps have been around 62-65 degrees the last 3 years.
Bike Course 56 Miles (One Lap and a little more) - This course exits out of Bear Lake Hot Springs right and heads across the South on the East Shore Road. Racers will turn right at Laketown and head West then North to St Charles, Idaho. At St. Charles Idaho racers will head back to Bear Lake Hot Springs. Prior to returning into the Hot Springs the racers will head South for a extra 2.7miles out and back on the East Road to complete the 56 Miles. Distance around lake is 50.6 Miles
Aid Stations are Mile 21, 44. (They include Bike Water Bottles with Electrolyte, Water, bathrooms)
Run Course 13.1 Miles (One Lap)- This course is out and back. It leaves the Bear Lake Hot Springs and West across the North Beach Road. At Mile 6.55 you will return to the start of the run and do it again. 13.1 Miles Total. This is primarily a flat straight course with beautiful views of Bear Lake.
Aid Stations are 1.55 to 1.8 Miles apart and they are as follows: Start, Mile 1.55, 3.1, 4.825, 6.55, 8.25, 10, 11.55
Aid Stations have an assortment of Gels, Granola Bars, Candy, Oranges, Bananas, water, electrolyte and more.
Finish Line - Includes Two Hot Soups, Bread, Ice Cream, Peanut Butter, Oranges, Bananas. Also Bear Lake Hot Springs has all sorts of food you can purchase for your family or racers.
All Distances on Sept 14, 2019