Map Links


Runners must comply with traffic laws, use sidewalks when available and indicated, cross roads using crosswalks at intersections, cross when permitted at crosswalks, etc...  Yes, time may be lost at certain intersections as you wait at a crosswalk and your timing may be perfect at other crosswalks.  Your safety and the safety of those in the community is paramount.  When on Greenways/footpaths run on the right, yield to horses and share the trail with other users.


The 2023 course maps are current:


When viewing the interactive maps (the full course and individual legs from the tables below), you can highlight a section of the course to view a more detailed elevation chart of that section.  To view a more detailed section:

  • Move your cursor along the x-axis (mileage) of the elevation graph.  Mileage, elevation, and % grade will be displayed.
  • Click and hold a beginning point on the elevation graph.  Drag your cursor and highlight the segment/distance that you wish to view in greater detail.
  • When you release your mouse, the highlighted segment will be displayed.
  • To return to the full graph, single click “De-Select”.


Course Map: (Course Map link is active.)

To view an interactive map of the full course CLICK HERE.  This map is for a full course overview only.  For leg details, please reference the other information in Leg Maps below and the printable maps on the PRINT MAPS page.


Leg Maps: (Leg Map links are active.)

To view an interactive map of a specific leg, click on the leg below and you will be taken to  These interactive maps are fantastic for runners to look at landmarks, road intersections, elevation changes, etc…  DO NOT use the cue sheets that are associated with these maps.  USE the “printable turn-by-turn cue sheet” that is available on the PRINT MAPS page.


Leg 1

Leg 2

Leg 3

Leg 4

Leg 5

Leg 6

Leg 7

Leg 8

Leg 9

Leg 10

Leg 11

Leg 12

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