-Left on Old Fields Road out of Vaughn Woods State Park
-Bear Right onto Brattle Street.
-Left on Route 236 (warning: you are crossing traffic here)
-Right on Route 4/236 through downtown South Berwick
-Bear left on Route 236 towards Berwick ME, Rochester, NH Follow to Downtown Berwick and take a left at the light on Route 9 (warning: you are crossing traffic here)
-Take a Right onto Rochester street. (know this turn well as it can be a bit confusing)
-Stay on Rochester Street (it will turn into Salmon Falls Road) all the way to Route 125 in Rochester.
-Take a right on Route 125 (Milton Road) In Union 125 merges with 153. You will cross over Route 16 at a light. VERY dangerous intersection here.
-Follow Route 153 to where it crosses 25.
Take a left onto 153/25 for a short time Conway (warning: you are crossing traffic here)
Take a Right on Route 153 (Eaton Road) An aid Station will be ahead on this route.
-In Conway, NH go straight across Main Street to Washington Street and quickly bear left onto West Side Road. (watch out for train crossing on this road...dont try and go around the barrier if it comes down. Its just a race. The train is quick so wait for it.
-At stop sign take a Rt on River Road Take a left on Route 16/302 at the light (warning: you are crossing traffic here).
-Take a right on Route 16 (Story land will be coming up on your right)
-Follow Route 16 to Wildcat Ski Area on your right.
Run up mountain
Friday, June 23th, 2017
4:00 - 5:30 PM - Packet Pickup
5:30 - 6:15 PM- Mandatory Pre-race Meeting on the Vaughn Woods grounds.
Saturday, June 24th, 2017
3:45 AM - Transition Area Opens, Vaughn Woods grounds
5:00 AM - Race Start
1:00 PM - Bike Cutoff at Wildcat Ski Area
3:00 PM - Food Service Begins (buffet style turkey dinner)
4:30 Awards Ceremony
5:00 PM - End of Race
5:30 PM - Food Service Ends
6:00 PM - We all go home.
The Sea to Summit Triathlon is an Iron-distance caliber/ partially self supported race consisting of a 1.5 mile-ish swim, 95+ mile bike ride and strenuous 5 mile hike/scramble/run up the “most dangerous mountain in the East", Mt. Washington. There is a limited field size. The race starts at 5:00AM on Saturday, June 24, 2017 Vaughn Woods State Park in South Berwick, Maine (note this is different than last year but right next door). There is no rain date and race mangement reserves the right to modify or shorten the race course in case of inclement weather or unforseen circumstances and to accept or reject any entry. No transfers or substitutions will be allowed. There will be no teams allowed and the mininum age of entry is 18. You must have done at least 1/2 Ironman race or equivalent race (time wise) to qualify for entry into the Sea to Summit. It is recommended you should have finished that race in 6 hours or less. If you have completed an Ironman race, you should have done it in under 13 hours. That being said, if you want to read some race reports go to the race review section of the website.
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