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2018

portland to coast
TEAM HANDBOOK
WELCOME TO THE
MOTHER OF ALL RELAYS
Our 37th annual journey from city to sea has unquestionably progressed from its modest inception in 1991. I still fondly reflect upon that
first year when standing on the beach with the two walking teams, who inspired me to make this event happen. I remember the hand-drawn
course maps and elevations, wheel-measured exact 5.0 mile legs, two teams, simple race shirts, and a spaghetti dinner and beer for the beach
party. Wow, could this really have been our origins?

The growth and overwhelming popularity of the Portland To Coast walk is testimony to the fact that the women and men who pushed for
this event to take place were not alone in these feelings. Besides the sheer fun of Portland To Coast, it’s been said that PTC provides a spiritual
experience for the soul, and an opportunity to connect deeply with others. These same people say that they feel reinvigorated, and changed
as a result of the experience.

My fight with cancer over the last couple of decades now gives the Hood To Coast and Portland To Coast Relays an even higher purpose
than its initial unassuming start. Treatments that once existed only in our dreams are real scientific breakthroughs delivering results today at
Providence Cancer Institute, considered one of the top cancer research and treatment centers in the U.S. The Providence Cancer Institute is
at the forefront of immunotherapy, which harnesses the body’s own immune system to eradicate cancer. This approach to cancer treatment
recently was called the scientific “breakthrough of the year.” Having a world-class Cancer Institute in our backyard is improving the lives of
Northwest residents with cancer – and strengthening the health of our communities. I hope each one of you will share in our passion for
fundraising by donating to the Providence Cancer Institute research program (www.hoodtocoastrelay.com/htc/charity) to save prospectively
millions of lives. Thank you!

Robert Foote Jr.


Founder and Chairman

Get set for an inspiring adventure! The 28th annual Mother of All Relays will be here before you know it –you and teammates at the Portland
Start Line, walking alongside downtown Portland’s river, through rolling farmland, over challenging forested roads to the Pacific Ocean beach
party, where camaraderie and a community of likeminded participants embrace the essence of what the 2018 Providence Portland To Coast
Walk Relay is all about!

As our staff works diligently throughout the year to create the highest quality and most storied relay, and our top priority still remains helping
teams have a safe, positive experience. To accomplish that, we need you all to be well-informed participants! This handbook provides key tips
and info to ensure an incredible, memorable race.

2018 Tips:
• If you’re considered a local team, someone should attend Packet Pick-up to pick up your team’s bag/supplies on August 11 at Providence Park.
• NEW: Van 2 Check-in at Exchange 18 – a team member from Van 2 will show safety equipment before their Leg 18 walker arrives, in order to be
allowed to continue on the race course (see page 9 for details)!
• Check the handbook for water stop locations on legs over 6 miles!
• Utilize plastic recycling receptacles at the Start, all exchanges, and at the Finish. Refill water containers and re-use water bottles when possible.
• Three volunteers are required to pass the mandatory online training (for “local” teams), July 12-Aug 7.
• Audio amplification worn outside the ear is allowed. Earbuds in the ear will result in DQ.
• It goes without saying, but remember no alcohol, marijuana or other substances are allowed to be consumed by participants during the race or on
the race course. Witnessed activity will result in immediate team DQ.
• Participants will wear a reflective vest from 6pm-9am, and a reflective vest, front/back flasher, and flashlight (or headlamp) from 6pm-7am.

Save something for the end, so you can celebrate the accomplishment of persevering 130 miles together as one united team with a rockin’
beach Finish Party throughout the afternoon and evening!
We hope you and your teammates remember to enjoy the camaraderie and laughs along the way. I look forward to seeing you at the race!

Cheers!
Felicia Hubber
President

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TABLE OF
CONtENTS
ORGANIZERS CAPTAIN’s CHECKLIST RACE INFORMATION
Welcome 2 Travel/Accommodations 8 Packing List 12
Table of Contents 3 Volunteers 8 Team Structure 14
Race Committee 4 Vans 8 Substitution Process 15
Race Partners 5 Required Safety Equipment 9 Race Rules 18-19
Course Fundraisers 7 Start Line Check-In 9 Volunteer Information 21
Timing 9 Course Guidelines 22
Penalties 10 Safety/Emergency 23
PTC Relay Shop 10 Eat, Sleep, Rinse, Repeat 24
PTC Relay Finish 10 Team Categories 25
Team Suites 11 Driver Guide 29
Award Ceremony 11 Cut & Walk 30-31
Finish Beach Party 11 Course Ratings 32

VAN 1 VAN 2 FINISH


Leg 13 35 Leg 19 42 Seaside Parking/Shuttle 62
Leg 14 36 Leg 20 43 Safety Agreement 63
Leg 15 37 Leg 21 44 2017 Race Results 64
Leg 16 38 Leg 22 45 Penalties Form 66
Leg 17 39 Leg 23 46
Leg 18 40 Leg 24 47
Route to Exchange 24 41 Leg 31 55
Leg 25 48 Leg 32 56
Leg 26 49 Leg 33 57
Leg 27 50 Leg 34 58
Leg 28 51 Leg 35 59
Leg 29 52 Leg 36 60
Leg 30 53
Van 1 Route To Finish 54

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race committee
Organizing the Providence Portland To Coast Relay, takes large scale planning and preparation. The countless details
necessary to create this incredible event are accomplished by our dedicated Race Committee, Course Coordinators
and advisors who work year-round to bring walkers the enjoyment, support, and safety of a world-class event.
A h u g e T H A N K YO U m u s t g o o u t t o o u r r a c e V O LU N T E E R S ! T h e M o t h e r o f A l l R e l a y s c o u l d
not take place without the hard work and assistance of 3,600 volunteers along the course, from Start to Finish.

ROBERT FOOTE, JR. FELICIA HUBBER JUDE HUBBER DAN FLOYD ROSS HUBBER TINA WOOD
Founder & Chairman President CEO COO VP Operations VP Domestic &
37 years 12 years 10 years 6 years 5 years International Sales
2 years

LUKE VANOUDENHAEGEN MORGAN POWERS CHARLIE FARRENKOPF BRANDON NELSON CASSIE NEGRA
Director of Operations Director of Design & Manager of Operations Manager of Finance Office Manager
4 years Development 1 year & Sales 5 years
2 years 1 year

CHAD GERTZ BETH & PETE PAUL RAAB CHRISTINA FULLER ROB RICKARD BILL SNYDER
Communications KELLAN Rules Committee HTC/PTC Finish Line Course Marker Safety Coordinator
Coordinator HTC Start Directors Chairman 5 years 23 years 3 years
6 years 11 years 32 years

CHERYL DOBOZY DANI BOWERMAN DANELLE HAUTHER JOHANNA MUNIZ PAT BUCK TONY ROOS ERIC PYKONEN RANDY BEAUDRY DAVID WARDEN
Exchange Opening Exchange Opening Exch. 1-6 Exch 7-12 Exch 13-17 Exch 18-21 Exch 22-25 Exch 26-29 Exch 30-35
17 years 5 years 1 year 9 years 4 years 9 years 6 years 7 years 1 year

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race partners title partner

presenting partner

gold partners

silver partners

bronze partners
®

other partners

special Thanks to
EyesOnWheels.org (Eric Bates) Seaside Chamber of Commerce The City of Seaside
HoodToCoastMovie.com Amateur Radio Emergency Services East Hill Church (Springwater Patrol)

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course
fundraisers
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EXCH 16 @ SCAPPOOSE HIGH SCHOOL EXCH 24 @ Barn field
Proceeds to benefit Scappoose High School Cross Country Team Proceeds to benefit Vernonia High School Equestrian Team
SHOWERS . . . . . . . . . . . $2 each; towel included at no additional charge MEALS & SNACKS. . . . . Hamburgers, cheeseburgers, vegetarian chili, biscuits/gravy
MEALS & SNACKS. . . . . NY bagels ($1 ea), courtesy of local favorite, Scappoose Bagel bagels & cream cheese, muffins, assorted snacks.
BEVERAGES . . . . . . . . . . C omplimentary freshly brewed coffee BEVERAGES . . . . . . . . . . C offee, soft drinks, water
HOURS—FRIDAY 6:00PM - SATURDAY 6:00AM HOURS—FRIDAY 4:00PM - SATURDAY 9:00AM

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EXCH 17 @ ST. HELENS HIGH SCHOOL before
exch 27 @ jewell school
Proceeds to benefit St. Helens High School Proceeds to benefit the Jewell School Parent Teacher Organization
SHOWERS . . . . . . . . . . . $ 2 each; towels available for an additional $2
SLEEPING SPACE . . . . . Use of designated sleeping area in school gymnasium—$2 SHOWERS . . . . . . . . . . . S howers available
MEALS & SNACKS. . . . . LUNCH SERVED 9:00AM - 7:00PM FRIDAY SLEEPING SPACE . . . . . Use of quiet, indoor sleeping area
MEALS & SNACKS. . . . . Oatmeal, bagels & cream cheese, eggs, sausage, pancakes;
Items offered include snack foods, potato bar
sandwich bar, assorted snacks & other lite fare available
BREAKFAST SERVED 7:00PM FRIDAY – 6:00AM SATURDAY BEVERAGES . . . . . . . . . . C offee, tea, hot chocolate, water
Items offered include pancakes, eggs & sausage; assorted deli snacks MASSAGES . . . . . . . . . . Available SATURDAY 6:00AM - 12:00PM
Beverages available all hours HOURS—FRIDAY 6:00PM - SATURDAY 2:00PM
HOURS—FRIDAY 9:00AM- SATURDAY 6:00AM

EXCH 27 @ elsie-vinemaple fire & rescue

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EXCH 18 @ COLUMBIA COunty FAIRGROUNDS Proceeds to benefit Elsie-Vinemaple Fire & Rescue
Proceeds to benefit St. Helens High School — 2018 Grad Night MEALS & SNACKS. . . . . Biscuits & gravy, pancakes, chili, hotdogs
sandwich bar, assorted snacks & other lite fare available
MEALS & SNACKS. . . . . Hot meals, deli sandwiches, assorted variety of snacks BEVERAGES . . . . . . . . . . C offee, tea, hot chocolate, apple juice, water
BEVERAGES . . . . . . . . . . H ot beverages (coffee, tea, etc.) FIRST AID AND EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES AVAILABLE
HOURS—FRIDAY 10:00AM - CLOSE HOURS—FRIDAY 6:00PM - SATURDAY 1:00PM

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EXCH 19 @ 30732 pittsburgh rd

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Proceeds to benefit local community
EXCH 30 @ 87232 hwy 202, astoria or
Proceeds to benefit community family
MEALS & SNACKS. . . . . Hot meals, deli sandwiches, assorted variety of snacks MEALS & SNACKS. . . . . DINNER: Hamburgers, chicken burgers, potato salad
BREAKFAST: Eggs, bacon, ham & cheese croissants, muffins
BEVERAGES . . . . . . . . . . H ot beverages (coffee, tea, etc.)
LUNCH: hamburgers, hotdogs yogurt, fruit, bagels
HOURS—FRIDAY 12:00PM - CLOSE
HOURS—FRIDAY 10:00PM - CLOSE

EXCH 23 @ NATAL GRANGE

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Proceeds to benefit Natal Grange
EXCH 31 @ 89342 hwy 202, astoria or
Proceeds to benefit Astoria High School Basketball Team
HOT MEALS & SNACKS. LUNCH/DINNER SERVED 2:00PM FRIDAY - 1:00AM SATURDAY & The Olney Grange Kitchen Restoration Project
Items offered include BBQ beef sandwiches, burgers, hotdogs, SLEEPING SPACE . . . . . Free indoor/outdoor sleeping areas (donations accepted)
cowboy beans, baked potatoes, and assorted sweets MEALS & SNACKS. . . . . Breakfast burritos, pancakes, eggs, bacon, cinnamon rolls,
BREAKFAST SERVED 1:00AM SATURDAY - EXCHANGE CLOSE fruit, hamburgers, hotdogs, BLT wraps, cookies
BEVERAGES . . . . . . . . . . G atorade, coffee, hot chocolate, water, soft drinks
Items offered include pancakes, eggs & ham, breakfast burritos
BEVERAGES . . . . . . . . . . H ot beverages (coffee, tea, etc.) HOURS—FRIDAY 6:00PM - CLOSE
EXCHANGE HOURS—FRIDAY 2:00PM - CLOSE

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EXCH 33 @ lewis & clark elementary
Proceeds to benefit The Lewis & Clark Cal Ripken Baseball Association
MEALS & SNACKS. . . . . Hamburgers, hotdogs, doughnuts, candy bars
BEVERAGES . . . . . . . . . . C offee, soft drinks
HOURS—SATURDAY 4:00AM - CLOSE

seaside
broadway middle school
Proceeds to benefit Seaside Middle Schools Programs
SHOWERS . . . . . . . . . . . $5 each—price includes towel and soap
HOURS—SATURDAY 6:00AM - 3:00PM

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Captain's checklist
Travel/Accommodations
Plan ahead! HTC Relay staff is available to answer any questions you may have regarding team vehicle, hotel, and flight
reservations. E-mail office@htcrelay.com with questions. As the Official Airline of the Hood To Coast/Portland To Coast Relays,
Alaska Airlines is pleased to provide discounted travel for Hood To Coast participants. Registered participants receive an e-mail
with a 10% travel discount information and booking link for the 2018 Relay!

Vans and van DECORATION


Teams are encouraged to make a sign for each of their vehicles
that reads: “CAUTION: WALKER ON ROAD” to place in the rear
of the vans. Download and print free Caution signs on the PTC
website. Vans may not follow behind their walker.

Each team is limited to two vehicles, preferably a passenger van


or SUV. All passengers must wear seat belts when in the vehicle.
No vehicles wider than 80”or longer than 23’-0”. No motor homes,
buses or limousines will be permitted. Failure to abide by this rule
will result in disqualification.

Each team will be issued four signs, two are red and two are
white. On Van 1 place white signs on the front and rear driver side
windows. On Van 2 place a red on the back and front passenger
side corner of windows. The red sign is required to access legs
#19-23 and #32-36.
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Refrain from the use of foul or overly suggestive language for


decorations. Have fun, but please use good judgment. To be as
respectful as possible to the communities we pass through, race
organizers prohibit music from being played outside the team
vehicle on loud speakers!

volunteers
Teams with at least one member residing within a 100 mile radius
of Portland are considered local and required to provide three
race volunteers. There is no buy-out option. Don’t bring children
or dogs. Volunteers should be assertive and plan to work. Captains
are responsible for ensuring that their volunteers each take (and
pass) the mandatory online training, are at their appointed job,
at the designated time, and fulfill the required tasks. Volunteers
receive shirts on-site. Bring a flashlight and two LED flashers for a
night shift. If a volunteer cannot report, it is up to the team to find
a replacement and make sure they report to their specific job site.

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Required Team Safety Equipment
Each team MUST have the following set of items in each of their vans and present them for inspection at the Check-In Tent.

- One reflective vest


- Two LED flashers
- One flashlight, headlamp or hat with headlamp.

*While it is highly recommended to have a First Aid Kit in your van, this is not a required item at Check-In.

*NEW!* start line check-in procedure


The START is located at the Eastbank Festival Plaza, adjacent to the Hawthorne Bridge! (Near: 20 SE Madison St, Portland, OR
97214). The 2018 Portland To Coast Relay begins Friday, August 24, with start times waves occurring every 15 minutes from
3:00am-11:30am. DON’T BE LATE ! To avoid congestion through the local communities only one team vehicle (Van 1) is permitted
to be present at the Start Line. Van 2 and Van 1 will rendezvous at Exchange 18. Non-local teams are to receive their packets, race
numbers, wrist wraps, vehicle signs, and T-shirts at the Start. Arrive 30 minutes prior to your Start Time to collect these materials
and officially check in.
VAN 1 CHECK-IN PROCEDURE AT EASTBANK FESTIVAL PLAZA:
1. 30 minutes prior to your team’s assigned Start Time, go to the Team Check-In Tent Equipment Check Area and have someone
from your team (know your team number, only one person needs to go and this does not need to be the team captain) present
the team’s working safety gear (one reflective vest, two LED flashers, and one flashlights or one hat with headlamp). The team
member will also need to turn in a signed copy of the Safety Agreement (pg 63). Your team will then be issued the official Race Wrist
Wrap. Without the official Race Wrist Wrap and approved Safety Equipment, your team will not start the race.

2. Teams scheduled to start in each upcoming wave will have their team name/number announced five minutes prior to scheduled
start. The first walker must be at the Start Line. Teams cannot start before their assigned start time!

*NEW* VAN 2 CHECK-IN PROCEDURE AT EXCHANGE 18:


About 30 minutes before your Leg 17 walker is expected to arrive at Exchange 18, Van 2 must check in at the Exchange 18 Check-
In Tent. One person from Van 2 will need to present the team’s working safety gear (one reflective vest, two LED flashers, and
one flashlight or one hat with headlamp) in order to receive their race bibs and proceed past the exchange.

The Leg 19 walker will be given a HTC approval sticker to be placed on their race bib to identify the team to Race Officials as
being allowed to continue on the race course.

timing chip and race bibs


Van 1 will be issued 6 bibs at the Start Check-In and Van 2 will be issued the other 6 bibs at the Exchange 18 check-in. In Van 2’s
bibs, there will be one with a shiny silver timing chip on the back. This bib MUST BE WORN BY THE LEG 36 RACER. Your official
start time will be recorded by Eclectic Edge Racing at the start line, this timing bib worn by the Leg 36 racer will determine your
official finish time.
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penalties
Race officials record witnessed infractions; teams are permitted to watch and report rule infractions committed by others. Teams
that wish to report penalties (see ‘Race Rules’ pg 18-19 must do so in writing within 30 minutes of arriving at the Finish. Submit the
written form at the Rules & Penalties Table. Be specific and detailed. You must identify the offending team by number. The Rules &
Penalties Committee will evaluate all incidents; their decisions are final. To enforce a penalty, infractions must be reported by two
or more teams. This system has resulted in disqualifications.

open container policy


Absolutely no open containers or consumption of alcohol is
allowed during the race or on the race course! Teams found
to be in violation are subject to disqualification and/or citation
by Law Enforcement if witnessed by race officials or other staff.
Please save the celebration for the party at the Finish!

dick’s sporting goods team gear


and official merchandise
VISIT www.portlandtocoastgear.com to Order by May 15th!

Check out the new 2018 PTC gear & customizable team apparel
options at Dick’s Sporting Goods stores and online. Official apparel
will also be available for team customization online and at both
the Start and Finish Lines.
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ptc finish
The Finish Line is located on the beach, north of the turnaround
of Broadway Avenue in Seaside, Oregon. Traffic and parking are
very limited in Seaside; use of the free parking shuttle is highly
encouraged! (Map included on page 62)

Finishing as a Team: Team members often walk across the


Finish Line alongside their anchor walker officially completing
the race. If your team chooses to do so, make sure your
official Leg 36 (anchor) walker leads your team to the Finish
Line. They will be wearing a bib with a timing chip and will
be credited with your team’s official finish. Teams awaiting
their anchor walker should look for the “Team Waiting” signs
near the finish banner. Write your team number on the form
at the Team Waiting Area and hand it to the volunteer. Queue
in the appropriate chute number as directed. Teams will be
announced in the order their forms are received. Your team
number will be called only one time, so please have all of your
teammates ready to go!
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Updated Finish Results: Team results will be updated as often as possible throughout Saturday. Final results will be posted online
at www.hoodtocoast.com/ptc/results by Sunday evening. In the event you have questions or concerns regarding your finish time,
please file a report prior to 8:30pm on Saturday to the Race Rules Tent.

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Finisher Medals: Medals will be presented to each team as the anchor walker crosses the Finish Line. In the event of team disqualification,
medals will be withheld and teams will be informed of the reason at the Race Rules Tent. Medals must be picked up on Saturday or at
the HTC office in Beaverton, OR at a later date, they WILL NOT BE MAILED.

T-Shirt Size Exchange: Exchange of unworn participant race shirts is subject to availability at the Finish Merchandise Tent.

finish beach party


Food and Beverage: Portland To Coast enthusiastically welcomes Century Catering to the 2018 Finish Party.

Full Sail Beer & Wine Garden: The Beer & Wine Garden is located within the fenced area at the Finish party on the beach. No beer
or alcohol may be brought into the event area. Bring ID, proof of legal age is required. DESIGNATE A SOBER DRIVER IF YOU PLAN
ON DRINKING ALCOHOL. DON’T DRINK AND DRIVE. BE RESPONSIBLE. Open containers on the prom are illegal and police will issue
citations.

ATM: Need cash? Look for a Bank ATM vehicle and signs on the beach!

Music Center Stage: From 1:45pm - 4:45pm Saturday, the main stage will host the pop/rock ‘Brian O’Dell Band’, with ‘Radical
Revolution’ performing as the headliner from 6:45pm-11:00pm Saturday evening! Plan on dancing into the night to an energetic
and entertaining Northwest favorite! Don’t miss this amazing party!

team suites
Team suites are available at the beach Finish Party to celebrate with your teammates, family, and friends. They’re ideal as a private
team gathering place offering premium catered food, a private team suite bar area, Anderson Poolworks swimming pool and hot/
cold tub, fire pits and more. Space is limited, so reserve your suite soon! Contact office@htcrelay.com, or call (503)-292-4626.

awards ceremony
Sunday at 9:00am, in front of the main stage on the beach, Hood and Portland To Coast awards will be given to the TOP FOUR teams
in EACH CATEGORY. Portland To Coast Awards will begin at 9:00am, Hood To Coast will begin right after, around 9:45am. Awards
WILL NOT BE MAILED to teams who aren’t present. Other pick-up arrangements should be made.

Special Awards Ceremony


Saturday at 5:25pm, the OVERALL HTC & PTC WINNING TEAMS will be announced and honored with their team name/
year engraved on a large, leaded glass trophy that the event brings back annually! The Providence Cancer Institute overall
fundraising results will be announced in front of the main stage as well!

trivia
How many Honey Bucket port-a-potties are out on the race
course during Hood To Coast?
A. 185 B. 813 C. 498 D. 580 Answer:D. 580

Important Websites:
FACEBOOK:
www.facebook.com/hoodtocoast
INSTAGRAM/TWITTER:
TEAM ROSTER/ADDS & SUBS/VOLUNTEER INVITE: @HTCRelay #HTC18
register.hoodtocoast.com PROVIDENCE CANCER FUNDRAISING (#FINISHCANCER):
MANDATORY ONLINE VOLUNTEER TRAINING: hoodtocoast.everydayhero.do
volunteer.hoodtocoast.com TEAM MATCHING:
WEBSITE: www.htcrelayforum.com
www.hoodtocoast.com
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packing list
Team Handbook
Mobile phone/charger
Three sets of running
Walking shoes
walking clothes pro packing tip
Pack each walking outfit in its own labeled
Warm-ups Ziploc bag. This makes it easy to find your next outfit
in the van AND gives you a place to put your dirty
Change of clothes for beach outfit after walking!
Swimsuit/trunks
Headlamp (Dick’s Sporting Goods)
Two (2) reflective vests per team (Dick’s Sporting Goods)
Two (2) flashlights per team
Spare walking shoes, sandals
Spare shoe laces
walking
Walking gloves
Bandana (dusty/gravel legs 19-21)
Two (2) LED flashers (2 provided in team bags from Providence)
Sunglasses, glasses, contact lens solution
Towel, washcloth (shampoo, hairbrush)
Toiletries
Toothbrush/toothpaste
Antiperspirant
Sunscreen
Bug spray
Earplugs
First aid (blister/band aids, Icy Hot, aspirin, antacids)
Instant ice packs, Ace Bandages
Handi Wipes, antibacterial
Sleeping bag/small pillow
Food/snacks
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Reusable water bottles

fun extras
Ziploc plastic bags for wet clothes
Walking GPS or other watch
Scotch tape (to tape team numbers to van windows)
Window paint markers
Cash/credit card/photo ID
Auxiliary cord for van music
Glow sticks
Squirt guns
Use of speakers/audio in the ear while participating is not allowed.
Cooling towel or frozen sponges
Speakers outside the ear are acceptable.

DID YOU KNOW


From 1982-1987, the date for Hood To Coast
changed, based upon when the full moon was in
August for optimal night-time running.

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team
structure
Recruit Teammates
Walkers looking for a team and team captains looking for walkers can connect by visiting
www.htcrelayforum.com or www.facebook.com/HoodToCoast Chat with fellow
participants, ask questions, and post to recruit other walkers! Discussions range from
teams looking for additional walkers, to exchanging tips/advice and logistics.
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Team Time
The average walk team finishes in approximately 28.5 hours. Don’t underestimate how
fast you will actually walk! Team additions/substitutions should reflect any change(s).
No special seeding requests for starting times will be accepted.Teams that violate their
assigned start time will be disqualified and subject to suspension from participating in
future events. It should be understood that the start time for any PTC team could result in a
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9:00pm finish Saturday evening in Seaside.

walker Substitution
No walker may drop out of the race solely for the purpose of the team substituting a faster
participant in their place. If a walker is forced out due to injury or illness, they MAY NOT
be reinstated into the team lineup. The team must finish the event with the remaining
walkers moving forward in the same sequence. No alternates may be added once the
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team has started. (60 min. penalty if involved in improper substitution.)

Legs
All teams are to walk their members in rotating legs and in the same sequence of
rotation throughout the race. Walker on Leg 13 would thus walk Legs 3, and 25. When
determining who will walk each leg, (besides distance and leg rating), Captains should
consider the following:
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- Time of day walkers will encounter each leg


- Leg exposure to sun and/or wind
- Variable weather
- Walker ability/fitness
- Walker familiarity with the area
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- Walker willingness to walk on a gravel and potentially dusty) road


The combination of the first three of these is perhaps the most crucial. Walkers on any
given leg can experience intense exposure to direct sunlight and may not have immediate
access to their team support vehicle. See individual leg maps for specific details. The
first three legs from Mount Hood each drop an average of 1300 - 1400 feet in elevation!
Walkers who push these legs too hard will severely pay for it in their second and third
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Substitution Process
If a walker drops out due to injury or illness during a leg and isn’t able to walk to the next
exchange, the next walker in rotation may take the wrist wrap and continue to the end
of that leg. The next leg must be walked by the next walker in rotation.

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Mixed Division Process:
If a walker on a Mixed Division team becomes injured and drops out during the leg, the
paragraph above applies with the addition that the replacement walker must be of the
same gender. A minimum of thirteen (13) legs must be completed by female racers
otherwise the team with be reclassified into the Men’s Category. (See revised rotation to
the right, presume injury to F-1 on Leg 4)

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Walker Off Course
Monitor/guide your teammates through
the course. In the event of a wrong turn, rotation
Start Rotation Revised Rotation
walkers must return to the point along the
route where the error occurred and resume Position Gender Position Gender
Leg 13 M-1 Leg 13 M-1
the race. Do not mark turns on the roads/
Leg 14 M-2 Leg 14 M-2
course! Teams are responsible for educating Leg 15 M-3 Leg 15 M-3
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teammates on the course route/directions! Leg 16 F-1 Leg 16 F-2
Leg 17 M-4 Leg 17 M-4

DID YOU KNOW



Leg 18 F-2
Leg 19 F-3
Leg 18 F-3
Leg 19 F-4
There is an official Leg 20 M-5 Leg 20 M-5

50
Leg 21 M-6 Leg 21 M-6
motorcycle group of
Leg 22 F-4 Leg 22 F-5
50 riders that patrols Leg 23 F-5 Leg 23 F-6
Legs 13-35. Leg 24 F-6 Leg 24 M-1
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important
Every person walking race day MUST be officially registered, or your team will be
disqualified. Add/Subs can be submitted via “Team Clubhouse” (http://register.
hoodtocoast.com) up until race day. Race day Adds/Subs must be filled out on
forms provided at the Start ($25 late fee).

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HTC17 a ms te rd am AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS.
At Providence Cancer Institute, patients and families benefit from some of the finest cancer
services in the world, such as the best in diagnostic imaging, state-of-the-art treatments
including immunotherapy, internationally-renowned research, and compassionate
counseling and support. Funds raised for Providence Cancer Institute will support
leading-edge research to #FINISHCANCER.
WHAT IS IMMUNOTHERAPY?
As the body’s natural defense system, the immune
system hunts down and destroys harmful invaders,
such as bacteria, viruses and even cancer cells. But
cancers can be masters of disguise, evading detection
and outsmarting the immune system. Immunotherapy
enhances the immune system’s ability to detect and
eliminate cancer, and Providence Cancer Institute is a
leader in immunotherapy for patients with cancer.

HOOD TO COAST & PROVIDENCE


The 37th Hood & Portland To Coast Relays
are proud to partner with Providence
Cancer Institute as the official Charity of
Choice. Through the fundraising team
program and general donations, more
than $800,000 will be raised to support
cancer research and allow us to continue
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race rules 30min
30 minute
penalty
60min
60 minute
penalty
The following rules are for the safety of participants. Violation will result in a time penalty or disqualification.
dq
Disqualification

gear
RACE NUMBERS / WRIST WRAPS 30 min

Race bibs must be worn at all times and the Wrist Wrap must be carried/worn at all APPROVED VESTS
times throughout the race. The race bib with the timing chip on the back must be
worn by the Leg 36 racer. Racers emergency contact info MUST be completed on the
back of their bib.

REQUIRED SAFETY GEAR dq


From 6:00pm - 7:00am, all participants on the course must:
• wear one front and back LED flasher
• carry flashlight, or wear headlamp or hat headlight
• wear reflective vest (this must be worn until 9:00am)
UNAPPROVED vests
All safety equipment must be presented at the Start Check-In Tent. Participants will be
held at an exchange and not allowed to participate without the proper equipment.

HEADPHONES dq
Audio amplification devices worn outside the ear are accepted.
• Headphones/buds or any other music devices in the ear are NOT allowed.
• Participants must still be able to hear instructions and general traffic noises.
• If a Volunteer or Race Official deems the music too loud, the participant
approved audio
must turn down the volume immediately.
See right for example of approved outside the ear headphones.

CONDUCT
ON COURSE CONDUCT 30 min

Any conduct deemed unsafe or unsportsmanlike by Race Officials will not be tolerated. Quiet hours are to be observed from
10:00pm - 6:00am. No loud noise, music, or yelling during quiet hours. No van decorations or team costumes that are overtly
suggestive, sexual, or that contain foul language.

OBEY RACE OFFICIALS 60 min

Course volunteers, O.D.O.T. and traffic safety officials at exchanges are considered Race Officials. They have authority to disqualify
a team (60 min. penalty minimum) for rule violations, abusive behavior, or failure to follow instructions given by volunteers.

NO ALCOHOL, MARIJUANA OR OTHER DRUGS dq


ANY participant or volunteer (seen by race officials or reported by two or more teams) with open alcoholic containers, marijuana
or other drugs on the course will be disqualified. Depending on severity, team members may be banned from subsequent year’s
participation as well. Save the party for the finish!

NO BICYCLES OR DOGS dq
No bicycles or dogs are allowed to accompany participants on the race course.

USE SLEEPING FIELDS dq


Participants may only use designated areas to sleep (roped off with caution tape). Tents are allowed at Exch 18 and Exch 24.
Sleeping field at Exch 30, but no tents. NO sleeping on the ground next to vehicle or in designated sleeping areas.

PUBLIC NUISANCE RULE dq


Participants who are reported to have littered, urinated, or defecated on private property will immediately be disqualified. Please
use good judgment and be considerate of property owners along the course. Portable toilets and ample garbage containers are
provided at each exchange point.
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vehicle
NO STOPPING TO DROP OFF WALKER 30 min

No stopping, when vehicles are moving, to drop off a walker. This quickly causes congestion. No parking/dropping off teammates
is permitted within 500 ft of an exchange! Vans must obey all exchange signage and issued parking instructions.

NO VEHICLES FOLLOWING PARTICIPANTS 30 min

No vehicles will be allowed to follow behind participants. Keep it moving!

NO PARKING PRIOR TO EXCHANGE 30 min

No parking is allowed along the road within 500 feet prior to an exchange. Parking is allowed in designated areas only after the
exchange point marker. Please park off the road as far as possible, watch for participants, and stay alert to other traffic.

DISPLAY OF TEAM VEHICLE SIGNS 60 min

Teams are provided with two white and two red signs for course vehicles. Teams must display signs in the front and back rear windows
of the van (White-Van 1, Red-Van 2).

VEHICLE REQUIREMENTS dq
Team vehicles must not exceed 80” wide or 23’ 0” long. Vehicles must be equipped with seat belts for all passengers. No motor homes,
buses, or limos allowed. Two (2) team vehicles are permitted on course. On Legs 19-23 and 32-36 only one team vehicle is permitted on
the Relay route; the other vehicle must use the alternate handbook routes shown. Van decorations may not include overly suggestive
or foul language.

RACER
PARTICIPANT ROTATION VIOLATION 60 min

All teams are to rotate their team members in the same sequence throughout the race, not consecutively in a row. Participants
cannot walk back to back legs. See pg. 15 for substitutions and sequence info.

MIXED DIVISION PARTICIPANT SUB VIOLATION 60 min

If a walker on a Mixed Division team becomes injured and drops out during a leg, the injured walker must be replaced with the next
team member in rotation of the same gender. See pg. 15 for substitutions and sequence info.

PARTICIPANT DROP OUT VIOLATION 60 min

If a team member drops out due to injury or illness during a leg, only the next walker in rotation can take the wrist wrap and
continue, (but only to the next exchange point). The next person in rotation can only finish the unfinished portion of the
previous leg and go no further. A handoff must occur at the exchange point to the next participant in rotation. No more than one
substitution in one leg is allowed. See pg. 15 for substitutions and sequence info.

TRAVEL ON THE LEFT 60 min

Participants are to travel along the left shoulder of the roadway at all times, unless officially instructed otherwise (1-7 & 14-16).

GROSSLY INACCURATE RACE PACE SURVEY TIMES 60 min

Teams that start the race early or finish over 2.5 hours faster than their anticipated finish time risk being disqualified and all
teammates may be banned from future participation.

3 VOLUNTEERS PER TEAM dq


Local teams responsible for ensuring all of their volunteers show up at the appointed time, to their assigned job and fulfill the tasks
required. If a volunteer cannot report to duty, it is up to the Team Captain to find an alternate volunteer and make sure they report
to the appointed job site. Failure of a volunteer assignment to be fulfilled will result in team DQ.

START TIME VIOLATION dq


Teams who violate their start time and begin the race at any other start wave will be disqualified.

WALKING TEAMS FOUND RUNNING dq


Teams registered for the walking relay must walk at all points in the relay. Racewalking is considered a fast walk while maintaining
continuous foot contact with the ground and keeping the supporting leg straight.
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SWAP OUT YOUR
LACES AND HELP US
#SAVEYOUTHSPORTS

OFFICIAL SPORTING GOODS RETAILER OF


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tHANK YOU,
VOLUNTEERS!

The Mother of all Relays wouldn’t be possible without support from


3,600 dedicated volunteers along the course! The provision of three
(3) volunteers per local team ensures that all participants have a well
supported and safe event. For complete volunteer requirements visit:
www.hoodtocoast.com/volunteer

trivia
How many mobile radios are
deployed to Hood To Coast staff for
race weekend communication?
A. 36 B. 144 C. 225 D. 325
Answer: C. 225

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COURSE GUIDELINES
Exchanges are marked in yellow paint on paved roads, and pink flagging along gravel roads. Portions of this course do feature
gravel stretches, so bring bandannas/painter’s masks.

Waiting Walkers who will walk the next leg MUST line up single file (after warming up) along the exchange zone shoulder of the
road behind the EXCHANGE POINT. Faster team walkers are to be towards the front. Step out of the CHUTE into the EXCHANGE
ZONE as your walker approaches. Walkers finishing must exit the exchange zone promptly and follow volunteer instructions.

All Spectators MUST remain on the RIGHT SIDE of the road. Walkers are to walk along the left side of the road except as indicated
in the Team Handbook (legs #14 through #16).

The race course will officially close Saturday evening at 9:00pm. Any teams still on the course at that time are requested to
either discontinue the race, or finish by walking simultaneous walkers (only if instructed by Race Officials and given a ‘LeapFrog’ to
turn in at the Finish). If your team has been honest in supplying race pace times, everyone should finish no later than 9:00PM. This
means some exchanges (33, 34 and 35) may close before 9:00pm due to scheduling.

DID YOU KNOW


Hood To Coast is consistently rated as
one of the Top 50 Races in the World!

www.runnersworld.co.uk/events/worlds-
50-best-running-races

#H TC 17 @brops o pho c a l s

trivia
What is the Hood To Coast Course Record?
A. 15:56:54 (4:49/mile average)
B. 15:44:55 (4:45/mile average)
C. 16:02:31 (4:50/mile average)
D. 17:21:25 (5:14/mile average)
E. 18:01:56 (5:26/mile average)
which no longer exists.
in 1995. They were in the Men’s Elite category
Answer:A. 15:56:54 set by Nike Mambu Baddu
#HTC17 @ cowintd

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safety
Emergency Procedure
In an emergency, call 911 and locate the Exchange Leader or Radio Operator at the nearest Exchange. Medical care and first aid
safety is the responsibility of each team and participant. Each team needs to be prepared to care for the common medical needs of
their walker, and should have a first aid kit prepared. You and your teammates MUST write important emergency contact and
medical info on the back of your race bibs!

Communications
Radio Communication Operators are at all exchange zones along the race course. Ham operators’ primary responsibility is communi-
cation for emergencies, but they also help with logistical issues. If you see anyone hurt, please get their race number, exact location,
and nature of the emergency, if possible. Report this information to radio operators at the next Exchange. They are capable of calling
in full emergency medical, police, and fire response. Radio volunteers register via: https://ham.hoodtocoast.com/

Walking At Night
Maintain contact with your van within reason along the course. DO NOT follow behind runners/walkers! Vans
can pull in a safe area (off of the road)! Don’t obstruct traffic! Participants must wear a reflective vest, front
and back LED flashers, and carry a flashlight or wear a headlamp from 6:00pm through 7:00am (through
9:00am for reflective vest only) while walking. THIS IS STRICTLY ENFORCED. Teammates/support personnel are
highly encouraged to wear a reflective vest and LED flasher when not inside the race vehicle, while on the course or at an exchange.

Acceptable reflectivity must be present on the front and back of the participant during the hours listed above. Reflective striping
on a shirt or vest must be at least 1/3” thick. Reflectivity on shorts, pants, or hat does not count towards meeting the minimum
requirement. A reflective vest or Y reflective harness are acceptable, whereas a reflective belt, reflective cloth, and/or reflective
sleeves will not be accepted. We do not specify what kind of flashing light, as long as it is LED.

Hydration & First Aid


First Aid Stations are not provided (except water stations on Legs over 6 miles - Legs 14, 15, 17, 22, 27, 33, 35). BE PREPARED.
CARRY LARGE WATER CONTAINERS in your vans to refill. The average team is on the course for 29 hours, so continually hydrate and
carry ice/ice packs in your team vehicle!

Walkers must understand there are NOT any police promised to protect them from vehicle traffic along the course. Great care must
be exercised at all times by racers and team vehicles. Racers proceed on the right side of the road for the majority of legs and must
obey all traffic laws. At several exchanges, HTC hires professional traffic flaggers; obey their signals.

Giving On Course Aid/Support


No team members or spectators are allowed to cross busy highways or streets with the purpose of giving aid or support to
participants walking along that side of the road! Team vehicles MUST safely cross over to the other side of the road to the location
of the walker, park, and then commence support.

INCLEMENT WEATHER
With certain severe weather conditions where the welfare of participants is at risk, or where significant damage or alterations to
the race course occur, HTC organizers reserve the right to cancel the event. No refunds will be given if the race is canceled due to
weather. Conditions that may result in the relay being canceled or delayed include but are not limited to the following: severe heat,
electrical storm, snow, earthquakes, hurricanes, flooding, fog, etc. If there is extreme heat during the race we reserve the right to
hold teams until the temperature drops. If there is lightning at the start of the race that organizers deem unsuitable for participating,
HTC reserves the right to delay starts or hold the race until the lightning clears.
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EAT, SLEEP,
RINSE, REPEAT
FOOD
Exchange 16 - Scappoose High School
Exchange 17 - St. Helens High School
Exchange 18 - Columbia Co. Fairgrounds
Exchange 19 - Exchange 19
Exchange 23 - Natal Grange
Exchange 24 - Barn field
Before Exchange 27 - Jewell School
Exchange 27 - Elsie-Vinemaple Fire & Rescue
Exchange 30 - Community house
Exchange 31- Olney Grange #HTC17 @ g e rard mco s t a

shower
Exchange 33 - Lewis & Clark Elementary School
Seaside - FINISH PARTY

Exchange 16 - Scappoose High School ($2 includes towel)

REST
Exchange 17 - St. Helens High School ($2, + $2 for towel)
Before Exchange 27 - Jewell School
Seaside - Broadway Middle School

Exchange 18 - Columbia Co. Fairgrounds (Outdoor)


Exchange 17 - St. Helens High School Fundraiser ($2, Indoor)
Exchange 24 - Dick’s Sporting Goods Tent City (Outdoor)
Before Exchange 27 - Jewell School (Indoor)
Exchange 30 - HWY 202 mile post 14 (Outdoor)
Exchange 31 - Olney Grange (Indoor/Outdoor)
Seaside - Broadway Middle School (Indoor)

DID YOU KNOW


“Hood To Coast” the movie,
premiered nationally on 1/11/11
and was selected for the South by
Southwest film festival.
#HTC17 @ d e re k x u 2 6

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categories
awards given to top 4 in each category
MEN’S OPEN Any age, at least one walker under 30.
MEN’S SUBMASTERS Min age of all walkers is 30.
MEN’S MASTERS Min age of all walkers is 40.
MEN’S SUPERMASTERS Min age of all walkers is 50.
MEN’S CHAMPION MASTERS Average age of all participants is 60.
CORPORATE MEN’S OPEN Any age, ALL from the SAME employer.

WOMEN’S OPEN Any age, at least one walker under 30.


WOMEN’S SUBMASTERS Min age of all walkers is 30.
WOMEN’S MASTERS Min age of all walkers is 40.
WOMEN’S SUPERMASTERS Min age of all walkers is 50.
WOMEN’S CHAMPION MASTERS Average age of all participants is 60.
CORPORATE WOMEN’S OPEN Any age and ALL from the SAME employer.

MIXED OPEN At least half women. Any age,at least one under 30.
MIXED SUBMASTERS At least half women. Min ages of all walkers is 30.
MIXED MASTERS At least half women. Min age of all walkers is 40.
MIXED SUPERMASTERS At least half women. Min age of all walkers is 50.
MIXED CHAMPION MASTERS At least half women. Average age of all participants is 60.
CORPORATE MIXED OPEN At least half women. Any age, ALL from SAME employer.
MIXED CATEGORIES: 12 member teams must have a min. of 6 women. Teams with 10-11
members must have a min. of 5 women. Teams with 8-9 members must have a minimum of DID YOU KNOW
4 women. Teams with less than this number of women will default to a men’s category. Any
Participants like you, sponsors, and
team with 1-5 men, rest comprised of women, will be classified within the mixed categories.
the race have helped raise over
$4.2 million for cancer research and
CORPORATE CATEGORIES: ALL team members must share the SAME employer. (Team
patient advocacy programs with
Categories will update automatically on the ‘Team Roster’ page of your clubhouse as
Hood To Coast.
participants register.)

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a p ar t o f t h e 2018 so c ial s cene o n Ho o d To Co as t ’s Facebo o k ,
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GEAR UP
TO GO ALL
THE WAY
FREE HYDRO
FREE CHEER FREE KT STATION & RECOVERY
GEAR TAPING TENT CITY STATION
STARTING LINE LEG 12 EXCHANGE 24 FINISH LINE

OFFICIAL SPORTING GOODS RETAILER OF


THE HOOD TO COAST AND PORTLAND TO COAST RELAYS
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driver guide
Driving the course requires just as much planning as walking the race.
Follow the instructions included in the Driver Guide to navigate 130 miles
with 2,000 other vans in a 36-hour time period.

Drive Course Before The Race


Take note of where all turns are located.
Identify exchange zones and other areas prone to traffic congestion.
Identify areas where parking is limited and plan accordingly.
Take note of potential stop areas where the van can provide walker support.
Know the locations of food and rest rooms. Don’t violate the law by going on
private property.
Locate gas stations, last fuel stop before Seaside is in St. Helens (Leg 18).
Establish places, (other than exchanges), where your team vans can meet.
Become aware of areas where vans won’t be in contact with their walker and how
to deal effectively.
Cell phone coverage may not be available in all areas (particularly Legs 18-32).

Areas Restricted To One Van


There are at least two areas on the course that will be restricted to one van per team
due to narrow roads with limited space for high concentrations of vans.

Between Exch 18 (Columbia Co. Fairgrounds) and Exch 23 (Nehalem Hwy N, Vernonia)
Map shown in handbook (pg 41).
Between Exch 31 (Olney Grange) and HWY 101 in Seaside (Leg 36). Map shown in
handbook (pg54).

Free Towing & Lock-Out Assistance


As a service to participants, we’ve contracted with Allbright Towing for roadside &
lock -out services from Portland to Seaside. They can be reached at (503) 410-9169 or
cell: (971) 645-6182. If you are out of cell service, contact your nearest exchange leader
who will radio an Allbright Towing truck.

Rule Reminders
No team members are allowed to cross highways or streets to give aid. Vans must pull over to that side of road and park.
No parking/stopping within 500 feet of an exchange! Don’t drop off teammates near the exchange zone. 30 minute penalty!
Vans must obey all parking signage and parking instructions issued by race officials.
Exchanges are marked with yellow paint on paved roads and pink flagging along gravel roads.

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LEG 13 DIRECTIONS LEG 24 DIRECTIONS
0.00 Exchange 12 (Eastbank Esplanade,
north of Hawthorne Bridge) KNOW YOUR ROUTE! 0.00 Exchange 23 (Natal Grange)
↑ 0.83 Country Museum on left
← 0.01 Turn LEFT up stairs onto Hawthorne
Bridge
CUT FOR EASY DIRECTIONS ↑ 1.15 Battle Creek Bridge
→ 0.05 Turn RIGHT onto Hawthorne Bridge FOR HAND OR POCKET ↑ 3.55 Nehalem Valley Automotive
← 0.35 Turn LEFT onto ramp off of Hawthorne ↑ 3.66 Continue on HWY 202
Bridge WHILE WALKING 4.87 Exchange 24 (Mist - HWY 202)
← 0.44 Turn LEFT onto Waterfront Park
Esplanade
↑ 0.70 Morrison Bridge
↑ 1.07 Burnside Bridge LEG 18 DIRECTIONS LEG 25 DIRECTIONS
↑ 1.36 Steel Bridge 0.00 Exchange 24 (Mist - HWY 202)
0.00 Exchange 17 (St. Helens High ↑ 1.19 Nehalem River Bridge
↑ 1.37 UPRR - railway tracks School)
↑ 1.73 Broadway Bridge ↑ 0.49 Sykes Rd ↑ 1.76 Mist/Birkenfield Fire Station
↑ 2.29 Continue on Naito Pkwy as it becomes ← 1.71 Turn LEFT onto Pittsburg Rd ↑ 3.10 Fishhawk Rd
Front Ave under Fremont Bridge ← 2.02 Turn LEFT onto Sunset Blvd 3.80 Exchange 25 (Birkenfield
Community Church)
↑ 3.56 NW 26th Ave → 2.48 Turn RIGHT onto Columbia Blvd
4.19 Exchange 13 (Front Ave - Georgia ↑ 3.30 Sykes Rd
Pacific) → 3.62 Turn RIGHT onto Gable Rd
← 3.98 Turn LEFT onto Bachelor Flat Rd
LEG 26 DIRECTIONS
0.00 Exchange 25 (Birkenfield
LEG 14 DIRECTIONS → 4.19 Turn RIGHT to follow Bachelor Flat Rd Community Church)
5.23 Exchange 18 (Columbia County ↑ 0.48 Nehalem River Bridge
0.00 Exchange 13 (Front Ave - Georgia Fairgrounds)
Pacific) ↑ 1.98 Welcome to Clatsop City sign
← 0.68 Turn LEFT onto Kittridge ↑ 2.48 Nehalem River Bridge
→ 1.17 Turn RIGHT onto HWY 30 ↑ 2.58 Jones Rd
3.74 Water Station LEG 19 DIRECTIONS ↑ 3.57 Cahill Rd
↑ 3.74 St. Johns Bridge 0.00 Exchange 18 (Columbia County 5.65 Exchange 26 (HWY 202)
Fairgrounds)
↑ 4.14 Germantown Rod ← 0.37 Turn LEFT onto Saulser Rd
↑ 5.19 Linnton Lighthouse Inn → 1.14 Turn RIGHT onto Kappler Rd
6.04 Exchange 14 (Marina Way/HWY 30) → 1.88 Turn RIGHT onto Brinn Rd LEG 27 DIRECTIONS
← 1.90 Turn LEFT onto Pittsburgh Rd 0.00 Exchange 26 (HWY 202)
↑ 2.78 Gensman Rd ↑ 0.60 Northrup Creek Rd
LEG 15 DIRECTIONS 5.89 Exchange 19 (Pittsburgh Rd) 3.40 Water Station
0.00 Exchange 14 (Marina Way/HWY 30) ↑ 3.40 Nehalem River Bridge
↑ 1.55 Sauvie Island Bridge ↑ 5.11 Rhodes Rd
↑ 3.34 Burlington Tavern LEG 20 DIRECTIONS ↑ 5.46 Wage Rd
3.87 Water Station ↑ 6.30 HWY 103
0.00 Exchange 19 (Pittsburgh Rd) 6.36 Exchange 27 (Jewell - HWY 202)
↑ 3.93 Cornelius Pass Rd ↑ 3.03 Gravel section begins
↑ 4.92 Logie Trail ↑ 3.90 Large barn on right
↑ 6.16 Wildwood Golf Course 5.75 Exchange 20 (Pittsburgh Rd)
7.25 Exchange 15 (Rocky Point Weigh LEG 28 DIRECTIONS
Station) 0.00 Exchange 27 (Jewell - HWY 202)
LEG 21 DIRECTIONS ↑ 0.82 County Maintenance Yard on left
↑ 2.35 Elk Viewpoint on left
LEG 16 DIRECTIONS 0.00 Exchange 20 (Pittsburgh Rd)
3.83 Exchange 28 (HWY 202 m.p. 25.3)
0.00 Exchange 15 (Rocky Point Weigh → 0.30 Turn RIGHT onto Schaffer Rd (at
Station) Camp Emerald Forest sign take the
far right fork)
↑ 0.84 Rocky Point Rd
↑ 2.51 Bonneville Dr/Johns Landing Rd
↑ 2.00 Blue gate on left LEG 29 DIRECTIONS
↑ 2.28 House on left with many old cars 0.00 Exchange 28 (HWY 202 m.p. 25.3)
→ 3.79 Turn RIGHT onto SE High School Way 5.06 Exchange 21 (Schaffer Rd)
3.92 Exchange 16 (Scappoose High ↑ 0.33 Lee Wooden Park on left (m.p. 24.9)
School) ↑ 2.42 m.p. 23 sign
↑ 3.47 Crest of hill (m.p. 21.8)
LEG 22 DIRECTIONS 5.97 Exchange 29 (HWY 202 m.p. 19.4)
0.00 Exchange 21 (Schaffer Rd)
LEG 17 DIRECTIONS ← 0.03 Turn LEFT onto Apiary Rd
0.00 Exchange 16 (Scappoose High ↑ 1.67 Wilkerson County Park
School) LEG 30 DIRECTIONS
3.60 Water Station 0.00 Exchange 29 (HWY 202 m.p. 19.4)
↑ 0.22 High School Way/HWY 30
↑ 1.13 Scappoose Vernonia HWY ↑ 3.77 Rock Quarry ↑ 3.37 m.p. 16 sign
↑ 2.54 W. Lane Rd ↑ 4.57 Golden-yellow gate on left ↑ 3.53 Nehalem River Bridge (m.p. 15.8)
↑ 3.29 Water Station (Fullerton Rd) ↑ 6.57 Small blue house and garage on left 5.32 Exchange 30 (Astoria - HWY 202)
6.70 Exchange 22 (Apiary Rd)
↑ 4.75 Berg Rd
↑ 6.80 Millard Rd
← 7.52 Turn LEFT towards Gable Rd and LEG 31 DIRECTIONS
CROSS HWY 30, then head left back LEG 23 DIRECTIONS 0.00 Exchange 30 (Astoria - HWY 202)
towards Firlok Park Blvd 0.00 Exchange 22 (Apiary Rd) ↑ 0.85 m.p. 13 sign
→ 7.63 Turn RIGHT onto Firlock Park Blvd → 0.76 Turn RIGHT onto HWY 47 (Nehalem ↑ 1.56 McCoy Lane
→ 7.72 Turn RIGHT into St. Helens HS Parking HWY) ↑ 2.06 Klaskanine River Bridge and Fish
7.83 Exchange 17 (St. Helens High ↑ 0.99 Peterson Fire Station on left Hatchery (m.p. 12)
School) 4.23 Exchange 23 (Natal Grange) ↑ 2.67 Lillenas Rd (m.p. 11.3)
↑ 3.13 Olney Lane
3.96 Exchange 31 (Coastline Christian
Fellowship Church)

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LEG 32 DIRECTIONS
0.00 Exchange 31 (Coastline Christian
Fellowship Church)
← 0.34 Turn LEFT onto Youngs River Rd
→ 1.04 Bridge, (Y in Rd), continue RIGHT on
Youngs River Rd
↑ 1.07 Saddle Mountain Rd
↑ 1.61 Red barn
↑ 2.58 Jurgensen Rd
4.20 Exchange 32 (Youngs River Falls)

LEG 33 DIRECTIONS
0.00 Exchange 32 (Youngs River Falls)
3.67 Water Station
↑ 3.67 Tucker Creek Rd
↑ 5.12 Binder Slough Rd
↑ 6.18 Dow Rd
↑ 6.60 Wireless Rd
← 7.29 Turn LEFT onto Lewis & Clark Rd
7.72 Exchange 33 (Lewis & Clark School)

LEG 34 DIRECTIONS
0.00 Exchange 33 (Lewis & Clark School)
↑ 0.61 Lynstad Heights
↑ 1.82 Mudd Rd
↑ 2.43 Kee Rd/Reith Rd
↑ 2.66 Lewis & Clark Cemetery
→ 3.32 Turn RIGHT onto Lewis & Clark Rd
→ 3.43 Turn RIGHT onto Fort Clatsop Rd
← 4.08 Turn LEFT onto Lewis & Clark Mainline
4.12 Exchange 34 (Lewis & Clark
Mainline)

LEG 35 DIRECTIONS
0.00 Exchange 34 (Lewis & Clark School)
↑ 0.92 Lewis & Clark Rd
← 1.92 Turn LEFT onto Lewis & Clark Rd
3.80 Water Station
↑ 6.43 Lewis & Clark Mainline
7.07 Exchange 35 (Lewis & Clark
Mainline)

LEG 36 DIRECTIONS
0.00 Exchange 35 (Lewis & Clark
Mainline)
← 0.79 Turn LEFT onto Lewis & Clark Rd
↑ 2.75 “The Retreat” condos
← 3.12 Turn LEFT onto Wahanna Rd
→ 3.75 Turn RIGHT onto 12th Ave
→ 3.94 Turn RIGHT onto movie theatre park-
ing lot
↑ 4.05 14th Ave/HWY 101 (Temporary pe-
destrian bridge)
← 4.20 Turn LEFT onto Holladay St
→ 4.31 Turn RIGHT onto 12th Ave
← 4.63 Turn LEFT onto Promenade
5.19 FINISH on sand at turnaround!

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ASTORIA
COURSE OVERVIEW
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30

29
Leg

Leg 25
Leg 36
2726 25 24 g 24
Le
Leg

28 Le
g 6
Leg 2
29

23
Leg 27 MIST

Leg
28
22 Leg 21
JEWEL

23
Leg 2 21 20 Leg 1
2 Le 19 9
g2 18 ST. HELENS

Leg 18
0
17
Leg 17

SCAPPOOSE 16

Leg 16
Le
15

14
g1
5
Le

13
g 14

Le
g
13
12

Leg
11 8
g
Le
11
Leg 12 10
= Leg # Leg 9 8
7 SANDY

Le
Leg 5

g
portland 10 Leg 9
6
hood

7
start Leg 5 Le s tart
5 = Exchange 5 4 g 4

Le
Timberline Lodge

g
3

6
Le

1
g 3 2

Leg
Leg 1
2

= Little/No Shade = Quiet Zone E = Easy H = Hard


= Considerable Elevation Gain/Loss = Gravel (possible dust) M = Medium VH = Very Hard

1st Leg 2nd Leg Totals/Rankings


Walker/ Total Mileage Rela�ve Difficulty
Van Runner Leg # / Remark Mileage Ra�ng Leg # / Remark Mileage Ra�ng Miles Ranking Difficulty Ranking

Van 1 1 13 4.19 E 25 3.80 E 7.99 11 7.99 11

Van 1 2 14 6.04 M 26 5.65


5.77 H 11.85
11.69 4 13.61
13.42 4

Van 1 3 15 7.25 H 27 5.79


6.36 M 13.04
13.61 2 15.07
15.70 2

Van 1 4 16 3.92 E 28 3.83 E 7.75 12 7.75 12

Van 1 5 17 7.64 M 29 5.97 VH 13.61 1 16.17 1

Van 1 6 18 5.23 H 30 5.32 M 10.55 7 12.13 7

Van 2 7 19 5.89 VH 31 3.96 M 9.85 10 12.01 9

Van 2 8 20 5.75 VH 32 4.20 M 9.95 9 12.10 8

Van 2 9 21 5.06 M 33 7.72 H 12.78 3 14.83 3

Van 2 10 22 6.70 H 34 4.12 E 10.82 6 12.16 6

Van 2 11 23 4.23 E 35 7.07 H 11.30 5 12.71 5

Van 2 12 24 4.87 E 36 5.19 M 10.06 8 11.10 10


32
HTC18
starting at $800/team

www.htcraceseries.com 33
HTC18
34
HTC18
VAN 1 4.19 Mi | easy
LEG DESCRIPTION: Basically flat terrain along the Willamette River and Portland water front on paved city
streets.
EXCH 13 ADDRESS: Georgia Pacific 3838 NW Front Ave Portland, OR 97210
GPS: 45.551924, -122.715139
DIRECTIONS FROM EXCH 12 TO EXCH 13
GE
OR
GIA
Walk on right side of the road.
PA WILLAMETTE
CIF RIVER 0.00 Exchange 12 (Eastbank Esplanade,
13 IC
NORTH north of Hawthorne Bridge)
← 0.01 Turn LEFT up stairs onto Hawthorne
FR
AV ONT SULZER-BINGHAM
Bridge
EN
UE COMPANY → 0.05 Turn RIGHT onto Hawthorne Bridge
← 0.35 Turn LEFT onto ramp off of
Hawthorne Bridge
FREEMONT
← 0.44 Turn LEFT onto Waterfront Park
BRIDGE
Esplanade
↑ 0.70 Morrison Bridge
↑ 1.07 Burnside Bridge
F
AV RON
BROADWAY
BRIDGE
↑ 1.36 Steel Bridge
EN T
UE
↑ 1.37 UPRR - railway tracks
STEEL
BRIDGE
↑ 1.73 Broadway Bridge
↑ 2.29 Continue on Naito Pkwy as it
2000 BURNSIDE
becomes Front Ave under Fremont
BRIDGE Bridge
1900
↑ 3.56 NW 26th Ave
AY
KW
PARITO

1800 4.19 Exchange 13 (Front Ave - Georgia


NA

MORRISON
BRIDGE Pacific)
1700

1600 SE MAIN
SE MADISON
12
1500 HAW
BRID THORN
GE E

1400

1300
driver notes - VANS DO NOT FOLLOW COURSE
T AVE.

0.0
1200 Exchange 12 (Eastbank Esplanade, north of Hawthorne Bridge)
/ FRON

→ 0.11100 Turn RIGHT onto Water Ave


PKWY
NAITO

→ 0.1 Turn RIGHT onto Hawthorne Blvd (Hawthorne Bridge) SALMO


N ST.
AVE.

1000
2ND

→ 0.6 Take RIGHT ramp onto Main St MAIN S


T.
→ 0.7900 Turn RIGHT onto 2nd Ave
WATER AVE.

→ 0.7800 Turn RIGHT onto Salmon St HAWT


HORN
E BRID
GE
0.8 Turn LEFT onto Naito Pkwy/Front Ave MADISON ST.

700
5.2 Exchange 13 (Front Ave - Georgia Pacific) HAWTHORNE BLVD.

600

EXCHANGE NOTES
500West side of Georgia Pacific lot just before Exchange 13.
Parking:
Provisions:
400 No

Fuel: No (nearest fuel 3mi South on NW 23rd/Burnside)


300

200
Elevation (ft)

elevation GAIN/LOSS: 55/-55ft


100
4.19
4.19mi
mi NET: 0ft
000

0 .2 .4 .6 .8
1.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
2.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
3.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
4.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
5.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
6.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
7.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
8.0
Distance (mi)
35
HTC18
VAN 1 6.04 Mi | moderate
LEG DESCRIPTION: Basically flat terrain along Front Ave / St. Helen Rd / HWY 30 on paved shoulder and
sidewalks.
EXCH 14 ADDRESS: 11500 NW St. Helens and Marina Way Portland, OR 97231 (m.p. 9.3, at Knife River Corp.)
GPS: 45.61054, -122.795949
NOTES: VANS NOT ALLOWED TO STOP ON SHOULDER OF HWY 30.
DIRECTIONS FROM EXCH 13 TO EXCH 14
Walk on right side of the road.
0.00 Exchange 13 (Front Ave - Georgia
14 Pacific)
← 0.68 Turn LEFT onto Kittridge
→ 1.17 Turn RIGHT onto HWY 30
3.74 Water Station
LINNTON ↑ 3.74 St Johns Bridge
108TH
LINNTON
LIGHTHOUSE INN
↑ 4.14 Germantown Rod
↑ 5.19 Linnton Lighthouse Inn
6.04 Exchange 14 (Marina Way/HWY 30)
HW
Y3
0

EXCHANGE NOTES
2000 Parking: To the right, off HWY 30 near
Marina Way in large Knife River fenced lot.
1900 ST. JOHN'S
BRIDGE
GERMANTOWN
1800 ROAD Provisions: No
Fuel: No (nearest fuel - Linnton)
1700

1600

1500 WILLAMETTE
RIVER
HW

1400
Y3
0

1300

1200
DEQ CENTER
1100

1000
900
GE

800
ID
ER
TT
KI

700
FR
AV ON GEORGIA PACIFIC
600 EN T
UE
13
500
HW
Y3
0

400
NORTH
300

200
elevation GAIN/LOSS: 100/-71ft
Elevation (ft)

NET: 29ft
100
6.04 mi
000

0 .2 .4 .6 .8
1.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
2.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
3.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
4.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
5.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
6.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
7.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
8.0
Distance (mi)

36
HTC18
VAN 1 7.25 Mi | hard
LEG DESCRIPTION: Gently rolling terrain on paved shoulder along HWY 30.
EXCH 15 ADDRESS: Rocky Point Weigh Station Scappoose, OR (m.p. 16.5)
GPS: 45.69497, -122.871008
NOTES: VANS NOT ALLOWED TO STOP ON SHOULDER OF HWY 30.
DIRECTIONS FROM EXCH 14 TO EXCH 15
Walk on right side of the road.
0.00 Exchange 14 (Marina Way/HWY 30)

15 WEIGH
↑ 1.55 Sauvie Island Bridge
↑ 3.34 Burlington Tavern
STATION

3.87 Water Station


↑ 3.93 Cornelius Pass Rd
↑ 4.92 Logie Trail
WILDWOOD
GOLF COURSE
↑ 6.16 Wildwood Golf Course
7.25 Exchange 15 (Rocky Point Weigh Station)
HW
Y3

LOGIE
0

TRAIL

EXCHANGE NOTES
WILLAMETTE
RIVER Parking: At Rocky Point Weigh Station off to
the right of HWY 30.
SS
PA
US

NARA NW
Provisions: No

.
LI

2000
AD NE
RO OR

Fuel: No (nearest fuel - Linnton, Leg 14)


C

1900

1800 BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
TAVERN
1700

1600
HW

1500
Y3
0

SAUVIES ISLAND
1400

1300

1200

1100

1000
HW
Y
30

900

800

700
MARINA WAY

600 14
NORTH
500
400

300
elevation GAIN/LOSS: 214/-215ft
200
NET: -1ft
Elevation (ft)

100
7.25 mi
000

0 .2 .4 .6 .8
1.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
2.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
3.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
4.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
5.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
6.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
7.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
8.0
Distance (mi)

37
HTC18
VAN 1 3.92 Mi | easy
LEG DESCRIPTION: Gently rolling terrain on paved shoulder along HWY 30.
EXCH 16 ADDRESS: Scappoose High School 33700 SE High School Way, Scappoose, OR 97056
GPS: 45.749198, -122.874359
NOTES: VANS NOT ALLOWED TO STOP ON SHOULDER OF HWY 30.

DIRECTIONS FROM EXCH 15 TO EXCH 16


Walk on right side of the road.
HWY

0.00 Exchange 15 (Rocky Point Weigh Station)


30

↑ 0.84 Rocky Point Rd


SCAPPOOSE ↑ 2.51 Bonneville Dr/Johns Landing Rd
MIDDLE SCHOOL
HIGH SCHOOL WAY → 3.79 Turn RIGHT onto SE High School Way
WALNUT ST 16
3.92 Exchange 16 (Scappoose High School)
SCAPPOOSE
HAVLIK DR. HIGH SCHOOL

EXCHANGE NOTES
HWY 30

Parking: At Scappose High School parking lot on right.


SCAPPOOSE
Provisions: Restaurants and Course Fundraiser
Fuel: Yes
2000
1900

1800

1700

1600
course Fundraiser
1500MEANS
MULTNOMAH
CHANNEL scappoose HS cross country
NURSERY FRIDAY 6:00PM - SATURDAY 6:00AM
1400
SHOWERS: $2 each; towel included at no
additional charge
FOOD: Scappoose Bagels ($1 ea)
1300 BEVERAGES: Complimentary coffee
HWY 30

1200

1100

1000
INT
ROA KY PO

900
D
ROC

800

700
Highly encouraged to wear high visibility

! clothing (no dark colors), and for non-


600

500 15 participating teammates outside van to wear


WEIGH a reflective vest & LED flasher (6pm-9am).
STATION
400
NORTH
300

200
elevation GAIN/LOSS: 66/-85ft
Elevation (ft)

100
NET: -19ft
3.92 mi
000

0 .2 .4 .6 .8
1.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
2.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
3.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
4.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
5.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
6.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
7.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
8.0
Distance (mi)
38
HTC18
VAN 1 7.83 Mi | moderate
LEG DESCRIPTION: Basically flat terrain on paved shoulder along HWY 30.
EXCH 17 ADDRESS: St. Helens High School 2375 Gable Rd, St. Helens, OR 97051
GPS: 45.848739, -122.833439
NOTES:
DIRECTIONS FROM EXCH 16 TO EXCH 17
Cross with light at High School Way and walk on

HWY 30
GABLE RD
right side of HWY 30 (westbound)
NORTH ST HELENS
17 0.00 Exchange 16 (Scappoose High School)
HIGH SCHOOL
PARK BLVD ↑ 0.22 High School Way/HWY 30
FIRLOK
VANS ↑ 1.13 Scappoose Vernonia HWY
MILLARD RD ↑ 2.54 W. Lane Rd
↑ 3.29 Water Station (Fullerton Rd)
↑ 4.75 Berg Rd
↑ 6.80 Millard Rd
← 7.52 Turn LEFT towards Gable Rd and CROSS
HWY 30, then head left back towards Firlok
Park Blvd
BERG ROAD
→ 7.63 Turn RIGHT onto Firlock Park Blvd
→ 7.72 Turn RIGHT into St. Helens HS Parking
SLAVENS
ROAD
7.83 Exchange 17 (St. Helens High School)
0
Y3

course Fundraiser
HW

st. helens HS
TARBELL
ROAD FRIDAY 9:00AM- SATURDAY 6:00AM
SHOWERS: $2 each; towels additional $2
2000 SLEEPING: $2 use sleeping area gym
FOOD: Pancakes, eggs & sausage; assorted
1900 FULLERTON deli snacks, potato bar, beverages
ROAD

1800

1700

1600
WIKSTROM RD
EXCHANGE NOTES
Parking: At St. Helens High School. Do not stop on
1500 WEST LANE
ROAD
side of HWY 30 near Exchange 17 to drop off of pick
1400
up teammates.
1300 Provisions: Yes and Course Fundraiser
Y 30
HW

1200
Fuel: Yes (Fuel up!)

1100

1000 It is recommended to fuel up your van on this


HWY 30

SCAPPOOSE 
VERNONIA HWY

900
leg as there are no gas stations on the route
until Seaside. (Gas also available 9 miles off
800
MAPLE ST. of race route in Astoria)
SCAPPOOSE
700
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Highly encouraged to wear high visibility

!
HIGH SCHOOL RD
600
16 clothing (no dark colors), and for non-
500 SCAPPOOSE participating teammates outside van to wear
400
HIGH SCHOOL
a reflective vest & LED flasher (6pm-9am).
300
elevation GAIN/LOSS: 153/-101ft
200
NET: -52ft
Elevation (ft)

100
7.83 mi
000

0 .2 .4 .6 .8
1.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
2.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
3.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
4.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
5.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
6.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
7.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
8.0
Distance (mi)
39
HTC18
major van exchange
VAN 1&2 5.23 Mi | hard
LEG DESCRIPTION: Flat and gradual uphill terrain on HWY 30 and paved backcountry roads.
EXCH 18 ADDRESS: Columbia Co. Fairgrounds 58892 Saulser Rd St. Helens, 97051
GPS: 45.85055, -122.872306
NOTES: Please keep noise down from 10pm-7am.

0
Y3
HW
NO
course Fundraiser URGH
RD.
VANS!

ST. HELENS HS GRAD NIGHT ‘18 PITTSB

FRIDAY 10:00AM - CLOSE

SUN
FOOD: Hot meals, deli sandwiches, assorted

N. V

SE T
variety of snacks

ERN

BLV
BEVERAGES: Hot beverages (coffee, tea, etc.)

ON

D
IA R
D
NO
VANS! COLUMBIA BLVD

D
BLV
U MBIA
COL

MCBRIDE
SCHOOL

SUMMIT VIEW DR
SYKES RD

0
Y3
HW
GABLE RD
.
T RD

18 FAIRGROUNDS
COLUMBIA CO.
FLA
OR
HEL

ST HELENS GA
SAULSER RD / BACHELOR FLAT RD
17 BLE
BAC

HIGH SCHOOL RD

FIRLOK PARK BLVD


ROSS RD

18
TO 30
S. BACHELOR FLAT RD

EX
N 1 HWY
2000
VA
VAN 1 & 2 TO EXCH. 18
NORTH
1900
MILLARD RD

1800

DIRECTIONS FROM EXCH 17 TO EXCH 18


1700
driver notes - VANS DO NOT FOLLOW COURSE
0.00 Exchange 17 (St. Helens High School) 0.0 Exchange 17 (St. Helens High School)
1600
↑ 0.49 Sykes Rd/HWY 30 Shoulder ↑ 0.0 Head SE on Gable Rd towards HWY 30
1500
← 1.71 Turn LEFT onto Pittsburg Rd → 0.8 Turn RIGHT onto HWY 30
← 2.021400
Turn LEFT onto Sunset Blvd → 2.3 Turn RIGHT onto Millard Rd
→ 2.481300
Turn RIGHT onto Columbia Blvd → 2.8 Turn RIGHT onto Bachelor Flat Rd
3.30 Sykes Rd ← 2.9 Turn LEFT onto Saulser Rd
↑ 1200

→ 3.62 1100
Turn RIGHT onto Gable Rd 3.0 Exchange 18 (Columbia County Fairgrounds)
← 3.98 Turn LEFT onto Bachelor Flat Rd
1000 EXCHANGE NOTES
→ 4.19 Turn RIGHT to follow Bachelor Flat Rd Parking: At Columbia County Fairgrounds.
900
5.23 Exchange 18 (Columbia County Fairgrounds)
800
Exchange 18 sleeping only permitted in designated, roped off
Provisions:700Course Fundraiser sleeping areas. Tents ARE allowed at Exchange 18. Race DQ if
Fuel: No found sleeping on ground next to vehicle!
600

500
400
Elevation (ft)

300 5.23 mi
200
elevation GAIN/LOSS: 257/-63ft
100
NET: +194ft
000

0 .2 .4 .6 .8
1.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
2.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
3.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
4.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
5.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
6.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
7.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
8.0
Distance (mi)
40
HTC18
VAN 1 ROUTE TO EXCHANGE 24
24

HWY
47

APIARY RD
RACE COURSE
VAN 2 ONLY
HWY
47

PITTSBURGH RD

KAPPLER RD
SC
AP
PO
OS
E-
VE
HWY RN
47 ON SYKES RD
IA R D
HW
Y CA
T ER 18

van 1 route
exch 18-24

Only Van 2 with a COLORED "race vehicle" sign in window will be


allowed to proceed on the course between Exch 18 and 23.
van 1 DIRECTIONS FROM EXCH 18 TO EXCH 24
0.00 Exchange 18 (Columbia Co. Fairgrounds)
0.00 RIGHT out of van parking onto Saulser Rd
0.37 LEFT onto Sykes Rd
1.14 Continue onto Cater Rd
2.58 Slight RIGHT to stay onto Cater Rd
5.77 Continue onto Scappoose Vernonia Hwy
20.05 RIGHT onto HWY 47
30.99 Continue (slight left) onto HWY 202
32.24 Exchange 24 (HWY 202)
41
HTC18
VAN 2 5.89 Mi | very hard
LEG DESCRIPTION: Long leg over challenging up and down hills on paved backcountry roads.
EXCH 19 ADDRESS: 30732 Pittsburgh Rd St. Helens, OR 97051
GPS: 45.901569, -122.93397
NOTES: Cell phone coverage unreliable until after Leg 32.

19 ONLY VAN 2 WITH COLORED


PITT
SBU
SIGN IS ALLOWED ON THIS LEG

RD
RG
R D

AN
M
NS
GE

PITTSBURG
RD
YANKTON ARTHUR SCHOOL

BRINN RD

W. KAPPLER RD
FLAGGER ENFORCES ONLY VAN 2
WITH
COLORED SIGN ALLOWED ER
BR
OO PPL
course Fundraiser KS ONTO W. KAPPLER/PITTSBURGH
RD KA
SYKES RD E. D
R
2000 local community family CATER ROAD
SYKES RD

FRIDAY 12:00PM - CLOSE VAN 1 ROUT


E

SAULSER RD
1900 FOOD: Hot meals, deli sandwiches, assorted COLUMBIA
variety of snacks COUNTY

NORTH
1800
BEVERAGES: Hot beverages (coffee, tea, etc.) 18 FAIRGROUNDS

1700

DIRECTIONS
1600 FROM EXCH 18 TO EXCH 19 EXCHANGE NOTES
0.00 Exchange 18 (Columbia County Fairgrounds) Parking: In field on the left. No vans on right side of the road

1500
0.37 Turn LEFT onto Saulser Rd near exchange or blocking neighbor driveways.
→ 1.141400Turn RIGHT onto Kappler Rd Provisions: Coffee and snacks at fundraiser
Fuel: No
→ 1.881300Turn RIGHT onto Brinn Rd
← 1.901200Turn LEFT onto Pittsburgh Rd
Highly encouraged to wear high visibility
↑ 2.78 Gensman Rd
1100
5.89 Exchange 19 (Pittsburgh Rd)
1000
! clothing (no dark colors), and for non-
participating teammates outside van to wear
a reflective vest & LED flasher (6pm-9am).
900

800
only van 2 with colored “race vehicle” sign is allowed to
700
proceed along the race course between exchanges 18-23.
600

500
5.89 mi
400
Elevation (ft)

300

200
elevation GAIN/LOSS: 448/-305ft
100 NET: +143ft
000

0 .2 .4 .6 .8
1.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
2.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
3.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
4.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
5.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
6.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
7.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
8.0
Distance (mi)
42
HTC18
VAN 2 5.75 Mi | very hard
LEG DESCRIPTION: Very challenging up and downhills on partially paved and gravel backcountry roads.
EXCH 20 ADDRESS: 9.75 mi on Pittsburgh Rd (near Janshaw Rd). St. Helens, 97051
GPS: 45.890793, -122.997456
NOTES: Cell phone coverage unreliable until after Leg 32. A bandana or scarf is recommended to ease
breathing due to dust on gravel road.

ONLY VAN 2 WITH COLORED


SIGN IS ALLOWED ON THIS LEG
PIT
TSB
U
RG

CONIBEAR RD
CANAAN RD
H
RD

19
GRAVEL FIRE
BEGINS DISTRICT
BRIDGE BARN SIGN

PITTSBURGH RD

20
PITTSBURGH RD
WELCOME TO
TRENHOLM
SIGN

NORTH

DIRECTIONS
2000 FROM EXCH 19 TO EXCH 20 EXCHANGE NOTES
0.00 Exchange 19 (Pittsburgh Rd) Parking: On Willark Rd to the left of exchange.
1900
↑ 3.03 Gravel section begins
↑ 3.90
1800
Large barn on right Do not drop walker off near exchange (causes immediate back-
5.75 Exchange 20 (Pittsburgh Rd)
1700 up). It is recommended that only Leg 20/21 participants get out
at this tight exchange.
1600

1500 Provisions: No
Fuel: No
1400
Highly encouraged to wear high visibility

! 1200
clothing (no dark colors), and for non-
participating teammates outside van to wear
a reflective vest & LED flasher (6pm-9am).
1100

1000
1300

1200

1100

1000 5.75 mi
900
Elevation (ft)

800

700

600 elevation GAIN/LOSS: 916/-339ft


500 NET: +577ft
400

0 .2 .4 .6 .8
1.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
2.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
3.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
4.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
5.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
6.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
7.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
8.0
Distance (mi)
43
HTC18
VAN 2 5.06 Mi | MODERATE
LEG DESCRIPTION: Flat, slightly downhill terrain near a creek on gravel backcountry roads.
EXCH 21 ADDRESS: 4.7 miles on Schaffer Rd, Vernonia, OR
GPS: 45.945578, -123.043629
NOTES: A bandana or scarf is recommended to ease breathing due to dust on gravel road. Cell phone cover-
age unreliable until after Leg 32.

DIRECTIONS FROM EXCH 20 TO EXCH 21


0.00 Exchange 20 (Pittsburgh Rd)
→ 0.30 Turn RIGHT onto Schaffer Rd (at Camp
RD 21 Emerald Forest sign take the far right fork)
RY
AP
IA
↑ 2.00 Blue gate on left
↑ 2.28 House on left with many old cars
5.06 Exchange 21 (Schaffer Rd)
APIARY SPRING SCH
AF
FE
RR
D

EXCHANGE NOTES
Parking: On right side of Schaffer Rd beyond
exchange. Vans must park and leave access to road
SCH
AFF

open and unblocked. Do not block Camp Emerald


ER R

Forest’s drive.
D

HOUSE

2000 Do not drop walker off near exchange (causes im-


BLUE GATE mediate back-up).
1900

1800 Provisions: No
Fuel: No
1700

1600 PI
4.1 miles on Schaffer Rd from Exchange
RD TTSB
SCHA

U 20 there is a spring where teams can fill


1500
RG
H
up water jugs with fresh water.
FFER R

1400
D

CAMP EMERALD
FOREST SIGN
1300

ONLY VAN 2 WITH COLORED


PIT
RD
TSB

1200
U RG

SIGN IS ALLOWED ON THIS LEG


SMALL
H

1100 BRIDGE

1000 20
900

800 PITTSBURGH
NORTH RD

700

600 Highly encouraged to wear high visibility


500
400
! clothing (no dark colors), and for non-
participating teammates outside van to wear
a reflective vest & LED flasher (6pm-9am).
1100
elevation GAIN/LOSS: 36/-234ft
1000 NET: -198ft
Elevation

900
5.06 mi
800

0 .2 .4 .6 .8
1.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
2.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
3.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
4.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
5.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
6.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
7.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
8.0
Distance (mi)
44
HTC18
VAN 2 6.70 Mi | hard
LEG DESCRIPTION: Gradual up and downhills on paved but narrow backcountry roads.
EXCH 22 ADDRESS: 6.70 miles on Apiary Rd Vernonia, OR (at ODOT gravel stockpile)
GPS: 45.949276, -123.149365
NOTES: Be aware of potentially fast moving non-race traffic on this leg. Cell phone coverage unreliable until
after Leg 32.

ONLY VAN 2 WITH COLORED


22 API
SIGN IS ALLOWED ON THIS LEG
ARY
RD
RD
ARY
API
BLUE GARAGE
& HOUSE
GOLDEN YELLOW
GATE 21 NOTE:
Participant goes up a short
dirt road directly to Apiary Rd.

SC
HA
ROCK FF
QUARRY ER
RD

RD
10
MP
CA

CAMP WILKERSON
NORTH
2000
DIRECTIONS
1900 FROM EXCH 21 TO EXCH 22 EXCHANGE NOTES
0.00 Exchange 21 (Schaffer Rd) Parking: In large field on left side of Apiary Rd.
1800
← 0.03 Turn LEFT onto Apiary Rd
Watch your footing! Some uneven terrain at Exchange 22.
↑ 1700
1.67 Wilkerson County Park
3.60 Water Station
1600
Provisions: No
↑ 3.77 Rock Quarry
1500 Fuel: No (nearest fuel - 10 miles south on HWY 47: Bridge
↑ 4.57 Golden-yellow gate on left St Mini Mart, Vernonia)
1400
↑ 6.57 Small blue house and garage
1300 on left
6.70 Exchange 22 (Apiary Rd)
1200 Highly encouraged to wear high visibility

1000
1100
! clothing (no dark colors), and for non-
participating teammates outside van to wear
a reflective vest & LED flasher (6pm-9am).
900

1300

1200 elevation GAIN/LOSS: 401/-598ft


1100
NET: -197ft
1000
900
Elevation (ft)

800

700
6.70 mi
600

500
0 .2 .4 .6 .8
1.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
2.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
3.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
4.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
5.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
6.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
7.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
8.0
Distance (mi)

45
HTC18
VAN 2 4.23 Mi | easy
LEG DESCRIPTION: Basically flat terrain on narrow country roads with minimal shoulder.
EXCH 23 ADDRESS: 67528 Nehalem HWY N, Vernonia, OR 97064
GPS: 45.974329, -123.198666
NOTES: Cell phone coverage unreliable until after Leg 32.

HW
NATAL Y 47
GRANGE
23

HW

ONLY VAN 2 WITH COLORED


Y4
7

SIGN IS ALLOWED ON THIS LEG

PETERSON 22
FIRE STATION
APIARY RD.

2000
1900 HWY 47
(VAN 1 ROUTE CONNECTS
NORTH
1800 BACK ONTO RACE COURSE HERE)

1700

DIRECTIONS
1600
FROM EXCH 22 TO EXCH 23 EXCHANGE NOTES
0.00 Exchange 22 (Apiary Rd) Parking: At Natal Grange and across street in hay field as
1500
→ 0.76 Turn RIGHT onto HWY 47 (Nehalem HWY) instructed by volunteers.
↑ 0.99
1400Peterson Fire Station on left
Do not drop walker off near exchange (causes immediate back-up).
4.23
1300Exchange 23 (Natal Grange)

1200 Provisions: Course Fundraiser


1100
Fuel: No (nearest fuel - 12.4 miles south on HWY 47: Bridge St Mini
course Fundraiser Mart, Vernonia)
1000 NATAL GRANGE
FRIDAY 2:00PM - CLOSE
900
FOOD: LUNCH/DINNER (2:00PM-1:00AM): BBQ Highly encouraged to wear high visibility

!
beef sandwiches, burgers, hotdogs, cowboy
800 beans, baked potatoes, and assorted sweets clothing (no dark colors), and for non-
BREAKFAST (1:00AM-CLOSE): Pancakes, eggs & participating teammates outside van to wear
700 ham, breakfast burritos
BEVERAGES: Hot beverages (coffee, tea, etc.) a reflective vest & LED flasher (6pm-9am).
600

500
400

elevation GAIN/LOSS: 109/-220ft


Elevation (ft)

800

700
NET: -111ft
600
4.23 mi
500
0 .2 .4 .6 .8
1.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
2.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
3.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
4.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
5.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
6.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
7.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
8.0
Distance (mi)

46
HTC18
major van exchange
VAN 2&1 4.87 Mi | EASY
LEG DESCRIPTION: Flat terrain along Nehalem River and through pastoral setting on HWY 47 and HWY 202.
EXCH 24 ADDRESS: 13950 HWY 202 Birkenfeld, OR 97016 m.p. 44.9
GPS: 46.002792, -123.278399
NOTES: Cell phone coverage unreliable until after Leg 32.
DICK’S SPORTING GOODS
TENT CITY SLEEPING AREA

24 7
Y4
HW

HW
Y
20
2

MIST

Catch 40 winks in one of 400


tents at the DICK’S Sporting
Goods Tent City, a free first-
come-first-served sleeping
area for Portland To Coast HWY 47
participants. Just check-in, use NATAL
a tent as long as you need it GRANGE
and check out. Simple as that. HWY 47 23
Just remember it’s “BYOSB”
(bring your own sleeping bag).
2000 BATTLE CREEK
BRIDGE
1900

1800
NORTH
1700
DIRECTIONS FROM EXCH 23 TO EXCH 24 EXCHANGE NOTES
0.00
1600 Exchange 23 (Natal Grange) Parking: In two large fields along right side of the road.
↑ 1500
0.83 Country Museum on left
Do not drop walker off near exchange (causes immediate back-up).
↑ 1.15
1400
Battle Creek Bridge
↑ 3.55 Nehalem Valley Automotive
1300 Exchange 24 sleeping only permitted in designated, roped off sleeping areas. Tents
↑ 3.66 Continue on HWY 202 ARE allowed at Exchange 24. Race DQ if found sleeping on ground next to vehicle!
4.87
1200 Exchange 24 (Mist - HWY 202)

1100 Provisions: Course Fundraiser


Fuel: No (nearest fuel - 13.2 miles north on HWY 30)
1000
900 course Fundraiser
vernonia hs equestrian
!
Highly encouraged to wear high visibility clothing (no dark
800 FRIDAY 4:00PM - SATURDAY 9:00AM
colors), and for non-participating teammates outside van FOOD: Hamburgers, cheeseburgers, vegetarian
to700wear a reflective vest & LED flasher (6pm-9am). chili, biscuits/gravy, bagels & cream cheese,
muffins, assorted snacks.
BEVERAGES: Coffee, soft drinks, water
600

500 4.87 mi
400
Elevation (ft)

300
elevation GAIN/LOSS: 90/-90ft
200
NET: 0ft
100

000

0 .2 .4 .6 .8
1.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
2.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
3.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
4.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
5.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
6.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
7.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
8.0
Distance (mi)
47
HTC18
VAN 1 3.80 Mi | EASY
LEG DESCRIPTION: Gently rolling terrain (last 2 miles) on paved country roads.
EXCH 25 ADDRESS: 11249 HWY 202 Birkenfeld, OR 97016 m.p. 41.29
GPS: 45.995729, -123.334103
NOTES: Cell phone coverage unreliable until after Leg 32.
FIS
HH
AW
K RD
.
HWY 47

BRIDGE
HWY 202

SILO
BIRKENFELD 24
COMMUNITY
CHURCH 25 MIST
BIRKENFELD

HWY 202

2000
1900

1800 NORTH
1700

DIRECTIONS FROM EXCH 24 TO EXCH 25 EXCHANGE NOTES


1600
0.00 Exchange 24 (Mist - HWY 202) Parking: In Birkenfield Chuch lot on on right side of the road.
1500Nehalem River Bridge
↑ 1.19 Exchange is on left.
↑ 1.761400Mist/Birkenfield Fire Station
Provisions: The Birk restaurant
↑ 3.10 Fishhawk Rd Fuel: No (nearest fuel - 17 miles north on HWY 30)
1300
3.80 Exchange 25 (Birkenfield Community Church)
1200

1100

1000 Highly encouraged to wear high visibility


!900

800
clothing (no dark colors), and for non-
participating teammates outside van to wear
a reflective vest & LED flasher (6pm-9am).
700

600
3.80 mi
500
400
Elevation (ft)

300
elevation GAIN/LOSS: 103/-54ft
200
NET: +49ft
100

000

0 .2 .4 .6 .8
1.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
2.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
3.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
4.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
5.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
6.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
7.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
8.0
Distance (mi)

48
HTC18
VAN 1 5.65 Mi | HARD
LEG DESCRIPTION: Beginning with gently rolling hills, long uphill toward the end, finishing downhill for half
mile on paved roads.
EXCH 26 ADDRESS: 5.65 miles on HWY 202, Clatskanie, OR 97016
GPS: 45.97556, -123.416774
NOTES: Cell phone coverage unreliable until after Leg 32.
BIRKENFELD
COMMUNITY
CHURCH
25
CAHILL RD. THE BIRK STORE
BIRKENFELD
BRIDGE
2
HIGHWAY 20
JONES RD.

BRIDGE
“B” RANCH HWY 202

CLATSOP
CO. SIGN
02
Y2
HW

26

2000
1900

1800

1700
NORTH
DIRECTIONS
1600
FROM EXCH 25 TO EXCH 26 EXCHANGE NOTES
0.00 Exchange 25 (Birkenfield Community Church) Parking: In cleared field on hill on right side of HWY 202.
1500
↑ 0.48 Nehalem River Bridge
1400 Provisions: No
↑ 1.98 Welcome to Clatsop City sign
Fuel: No
↑ 1300
2.48 Nehalem River Bridge
↑ 2.58
1200 Jones Rd
↑ 3.57
1100
Cahill Rd
5.65 Exchange 26 (HWY 202)
1000 Highly encouraged to wear high visibility
900

800
! clothing (no dark colors), and for non-
participating teammates outside van to wear
a reflective vest & LED flasher (6pm-9am).
700

600

500 5.65 mi
400
Elevation (ft)

300

200
elevation GAIN/LOSS: 320/-385ft
NET: -65ft
100

000

0 .2 .4 .6 .8
1.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
2.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
3.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
4.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
5.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
6.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
7.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
8.0
Distance (mi)

49
HTC18
VAN 1 6.36 Mi | MODERATE
LEG DESCRIPTION: Rolling hills on paved rural country road.
EXCH 27 ADDRESS: near 79156 HWY 202 Jewell, OR 97138
GPS: 45.933928, -123.5061
NOTES: Cell phone coverage unreliable until after Leg 32.

NO
RT
RO HR
AD UP
CR
EE BRIDGE 26
K

2
20
Y
HW
BRIDGE

course Fundraiser HWY 202

jewell school pto


RH
OD
FRIDAY 6:00PM - SATURDAY 2:00PM

ES
SHOWERS: Yes

02
RD
SLEEPING SPACE: Quiet, indoor sleeping area

Y2
.
FOOD: Oatmeal, bagels & cream cheese, eggs,

HW
sausage, pancakes; sandwich bar, assorted
snacks & other lite fare W
AG
2000
BEVERAGES: Coffee, tea, hot chocolate, water
MASSAGES: SAT 6:00AM - 12:00PM 27 HW
Y1
E RD
.
03
1900
JEWELL
JEWELL
1800 SCHOOL

1700 NORTH
1600
DIRECTIONS FROM EXCH 26 TO EXCH 27 EXCHANGE NOTES continued
1500
0.00 Exchange 26 (HWY 202) Provisions: Course Fundraisers
↑ 0.60 Northrup Creek Rd Fuel: No
1400
3.40 Water Station

1300
3.40 Nehalem River Bridge course Fundraiser
↑ 5.11 Rhodes
1200 Rd ELSIE VINEMAPLE FIRE & RESCUE
FRIDAY 6:00PM - SATURDAY 1:00PM
↑ 5.46 Wage
1100 Rd FOOD: Biscuits & gravy, pancakes, chili,
hotdogs, sandwich bar, assorted snacks &
↑ 6.30 HWY 103 other lite fare
1000 BEVERAGES: Coffee, tea, hot chocolate, apple
6.36 Exchange 27 (Jewell - HWY 202) juice, water
900 FIRST AID AND EMERGENCY MEDICAL
EXCHANGE NOTES SERVICES AVAILABLE
Parking: To800
the left of exchange. Entrance for van parking is
before the 700
exchange as directed by volunteers in field.

600

500 6.36 mi
400
Elevation (ft)

300

200
elevation GAIN/LOSS: 246/-271ft
100 NET: -25ft
000

0 .2 .4 .6 .8
1.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
2.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
3.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
4.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
5.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
6.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
7.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
8.0
Distance (mi)
50
HTC18
VAN 1 3.83 Mi | EASY
LEG DESCRIPTION: Gradual uphill on paved road. Narrow HWY with limited shoulder.
EXCH 28 ADDRESS: near Lee Wooden County Park Jewell, OR m.p. 25.3
GPS: 45.954195, -123.573884
NOTES: Cell phone coverage unreliable until after Leg 32. Route passes by Elk Preserve. NO stopping at,
use of bathrooms, or sleeping at Elk Viewpoint.

HI
28 GH
WA
Y2
M.P. 02
25.3


ELK
VIEWPOINT
M.P. 27.9
COUNTY

MAINTENANCE AREA
M.P. 28.5
HI

2000
GH

27
WA
Y2

JEWELL
02

HIGHWAY 103
1900
JEWELL
SCHOOL
1800
NORTH
1700

1600
DIRECTIONS FROM EXCH 27 TO EXCH 28
1500
0.00 Exchange 27 (Jewell - HWY 202)
↑ 0.82
1400 County Maintenance Yard on left

↑ 2.35
1300
Elk Viewpoint on left
3.83 Exchange 28 (HWY 202 m.p. 25.3)
1200

1100

EXCHANGE NOTES
1000
Parking: In large field along left side of the road. Very narrow...
be careful!
900

800
Provisions: No
Fuel: No
600

500
400

700
3.83 mi
Elev.

600
elevation GAIN/LOSS: 258/-68ft
500 NET: +190ft
400

0 .2 .4 .6 .8
1.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
2.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
3.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
4.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
5.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
6.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
7.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
8.0
Distance (mi)
51
HTC18
VAN 1 5.97 Mi | VERY HARD
LEG DESCRIPTION: Very challenging up and downhills through winding wooded section of HWY 202.
EXCH 29 ADDRESS: m.p. 19.4 HWY 202 Astoria, OR 97103
GPS: 46.020736, -123.625101
NOTES: Cell phone coverage unreliable until after Leg 32.

DIRECTIONS FROM EXCH 28 TO EXCH 29


0.00 Exchange 28 (HWY 202 m.p. 25.3)
↑ 0.33 Lee Wooden Park on left (m.p. 24.9)
↑ 2.42 m.p. 23 sign
X PARKING
AREA
↑ 3.47 Crest of hill (m.p. 21.8)
M.P. 5.97 Exchange 29 (HWY 202 m.p. 19.4)
19.4
BRIDGE

29 EXCHANGE NOTES
Parking: 0.4 miles past exchange through white steel gate up
HI

long side road shoulder on the right.


GH
W
AY
20
2

Provisions: No
Fuel: No

2000
CREST
1900 OF HILL
M.P. 21.8

1800 SUNKEN
GRADE SIGN
M.P. 22.1
1700
HI
GH

1600
W
AY
20

1500
2

M.P.
23
1400 SIGN

1300

1200

1100 LEE WOODEN PARK


M.P. 24.9

M.P.
1000 HI
GH
25.3
WA
Y2
02
28
NORTH
900

1300

1300

1200 elevation GAIN/LOSS: 598/-470ft


1100
NET: +128ft
1000
900
Elevation (ft)

800
5.97 mi
700

600

0 .2 .4 .6 .8
1.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
2.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
3.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
4.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
5.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
6.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
7.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
8.0
Distance (mi)

52
HTC18
major van exchange
VAN 1&2 5.32 Mi | MODERATE
LEG DESCRIPTION: Gradual uphill and steep downhill on winding narrow back road with minimal shoulder.
EXCH 30 ADDRESS: 87232 HWY 202 Astoria, OR 97103
GPS: 46.065768, -123.692707
NOTES: Cell phone coverage unreliable until after Leg 32.

DIRECTIONS FROM EXCH 29 TO EXCH 30


0.00 Exchange 29 (HWY 202 m.p. 19.4)
↑ 3.37 m.p. 16 sign
↑ 3.53 Nehalem River Bridge (m.p. 15.8)
5.32 Exchange 30 (Astoria - HWY 202)
SLEEPING
AREAS ROCK
QUARRY

30 HIGH

M.P.
WAY
20 2 EXCHANGE NOTES
14.0 Parking: On right and left side of highway
near exchange. Follow volunteer directions.

ABC CERAMIC
SHOP
• Do not drop walker off near exchange (causes
M.P. 14.8 BRIDGE immediate back-up).
M.P. 15.8

Exchange 30 sleeping only permitted in


2000 designated, roped off sleeping areas. Tents
1900
are NOT allowed at Exchange 30. Race DQ if
M.P.
found sleeping on ground next to vehicle.
1800 • 16 SIGN
1700
Provisions: Course Fundraiser
Fuel: No (nearest fuel - 13miles on HWY 202
1600 into Astoria)
HI
GH

1500
W
AY
20
2

1400

1300
SUNKEN
GRADE SIGN
M.P. 18.3
1200
course Fundraiser
1100 M.P. 29 local community family
19.3 FRIDAY 10:00PM - CLOSE
1000 FOOD: DINNER: Hamburgers, chicken burgers,
potato salad. BREAKFAST: Eggs, bacon,
ham & cheese croissants, muffins. LUNCH:
900 hamburgers, hotdogs, yogurt, fruit, bagels
NORTH
800

900

800

700

600
elevation GAIN/LOSS: 217/-740ft
NET: -523ft
500
Elevation (ft)

400

300
5.32 mi
200

0 .2 .4 .6 .8
1.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
2.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
3.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
4.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
5.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
6.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
7.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
8.0
Distance (mi)

53
HTC18
VAN 1 ROUTE TO FINISH
NOTES
This route takes
45-50 minutes
to Seaside and is
substantially faster
van 1 route than following the
exch 30-finish race course.

30

RACE COURSE
VAN 2 ONLY

SHUTTLE
PARKING
finish

Only Van 2 with a COLORED "race vehicle" sign in window will be


allowed to proceed on the course between Exch 31 and seaside.
van 1 DIRECTIONS FROM EXCH 30 to finish
0.00 Exchange 30 (87232 HWY 202)
0.00 Continue north on HWY 202 following race course
4.30 Exchange 31 - continue north on HWY 202 (Van 2 breaks off here)
13.55 At the traffic circle take the 2nd exit onto HWY 101 S towards Warrenton/Seaside
Continue on HWY 101 S for 25 miles to Seaside
27.00 Shuttle Parking available at North Coast Family Fellowship Church off of Lewis &
Clark Rd, or continue to and park elsewhere.
The Finish is on the beach at the end of Broadway St (commonly called “the turnaround/
prom”) in Seaside. See Seaside Shuttle Map, pg 62 for parking options. Park in shuttle area or
other and meet your anchor walker one block north of the turnaround on the beach where
Oceanway Ave dead-ends at the beach.
54
HTC18
VAN 2 3.96 Mi | moderate
LEG DESCRIPTION: Gradual hills on narrow paved back country road.
EXCH 31 ADDRESS: 89386 HWY 202 Astoria, OR 97103
GPS: 46.097719, -123.749397
NOTES: Cell phone coverage unreliable until after Leg 32.

HWY 202
(VAN 1 ROUTE
TO SEASIDE)

.
1.3 RD
OLNEY

P.1 S
M. LENA
31
HWY 202

LIL
OLNEY
SCHOOL
M.P.
10.8 D.
RD YR
KLASKANINE RIVER CCO 12.4
• M .P.
N
BRIDGE & FISH
TAI

M
HATCHERY M.P.12
UN
MO
EN
GRE

• M.P. 13 SIGN

HW
Y2
02
OLD BROWN BARN
•M.P. 13.6

SLEEPING AREA
(NO TENTS)
2000 SLEEPING AREA
(NO TENTS)
1900
30
M.P.
14.0
1800
NORTH
1700

1600
DIRECTIONS FROM EXCH 30 TO EXCH 31
1500
0.00 Exchange 30 (Astoria - HWY 202)
↑ 0.85
1400
m.p. 13 sign
↑ 1.56 McCoy Lane

1300
2.06 Klaskanine River Bridge and Fish Hatchery (m.p. 12)
course Fundraiser
↑ 2.67
1200Lillenas Rd (m.p. 11.3) ASTORIA HS BASKETBALl & olney grange
kitchen restoration
↑ 3.13
1100Olney Lane FRIDAY 6:00PM - CLOSE
SLEEPING: Free indoor/outdoor sleeping areas
3.96 Exchange 31 (Coastline Christian Fellowship (donations accepted)
1000 FOOD: Breakfast burritos, pancakes, eggs,
Church) bacon, cinnamon rolls, fruit, hamburgers,
900 hotdogs, BLT wraps, cookies
BEVERAGES: Gatorade, coffee, hot chocolate,
EXCHANGE800NOTES water, soft drinks

Parking: In Olney Grange lot on the left and church parking lot on
the right.700
600
Provisions: Course Fundraiser
500
Fuel: No (nearest fuel - 9 miles on HWY 202 into Astoria)
400
Elevation (ft)

300

200
elevation GAIN/LOSS: 150/-309ft
3.96 mi NET: -159ft
100

000

0 .2 .4 .6 .8
1.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
2.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
3.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
4.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
5.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
6.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
7.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
8.0
Distance (mi)

55
HTC18
VAN 2 4.20 Mi | moderate
LEG DESCRIPTION: Basically flat terrain on narrow country roads around Young’s River.
EXCH 32 ADDRESS: 3.86 miles on Youngs River Rd. (from HWY 202) Olney, OR 97103
GPS: 46.069758, -123.787865
NOTES: Cell phone coverage unreliable until after Leg 32.

HWY 202
VAN 1 ROUTE
BACK TO SEASIDE NORTH
OLNEY
31
YOUNGS OLNEY HWY 202
SCHOOL
ROAD
RIVER
RED BRIDGE
BARN
• EY
OLN FF RD
O
CUT
SAD
DLE

JORGENSEN
MO
.

ROAD
RIVER RD

UNT
AIN
RD
D.
YOUNGS

VER R

2000
GS RI

1900
YOUN

1800

1700
32
1600

DIRECTIONS
1500 FROM EXCH 31 TO EXCH 32 EXCHANGE NOTES
0.00 Exchange 31 (Coastline Christian Fellowship Parking: VERY LIMITED, follow volunteer instructions.
1400
Church) NO PARKING ON ROAD SHOULDER. Expect heavy
← 0.34
1300 Turn LEFT onto Youngs River Rd traffic delays due to limited parking.
→ 1.04 Bridge, (Y in Rd), continue RIGHT on Youngs River Rd
1200
↑ 1.07 Saddle Mountain Rd Provisions: No
1100
↑ 1.61 Red barn Fuel: No (nearest fuel - 11 miles north in Astoria)
↑1000
2.58 Jurgensen Rd
4.20
900 Exchange 32 (Youngs River Falls)

800

700

600
only van 2 with colored “race vehicle” sign is allowed to
500 proceed along the race course, van 1 must turn onto hwy 202
400

300
and proceed to seaside (see page 54)
200 elevation GAIN/LOSS: 175/-247ft
Elevation (ft)

100 NET: -72ft


000
4.20 mi
0 .2 .4 .6 .8
1.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
2.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
3.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
4.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
5.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
6.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
7.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
8.0
Distance (mi)

56
HTC18
VAN 2 7.72 Mi | hard
LEG DESCRIPTION: Rolling hills on narrow country roads.
EXCH 33 ADDRESS: 92179 Lewis & Clark Rd Astoria, OR 97103 ONLY VAN 2 WITH COLORED
GPS: 46.147492, -123.846048
NOTES:
SIGN IS ALLOWED ON THIS LEG
DIRECTIONS FROM EXCH 32 TO EXCH 33
0.00 Exchange 32 (Youngs River Falls)
3.67 Water Station
NORTH
LEWIS
AND ↑ 3.67 Tucker Creek Rd
33 CLARK RD
↑ 5.12 Binder Slough Rd
LEWIS AND
CLARK ↑ 6.18 Dow Rd
SCHOOL
WIRELESS ROAD ↑ 6.60 Wireless Rd
← 7.29 Turn LEFT onto Lewis & Clark Rd
7.72 Exchange 33 (Lewis & Clark School)
YOUNGS
RIVER ROAD

DOW ROAD

EXCHANGE NOTES
Parking: At Lewis & Clark School.

BINDER SLOUGH
ROAD
Provisions: Course Fundraiser
2000
Fuel: No
1900

1800
HOWARD
JOHNSON
course Fundraiser
1700 ROAD
lewis & clark cal ripken baseball
SATURDAY 4:00AM - CLOSE
1600 FOOD: Hamburgers, hotdogs, doughnuts,
TUCKER CREEK candy bars
1500 ROAD BEVERAGES: Coffee, soft drinks
PETER JOHNSON

YO
RI UN
VE G
ROAD

1400

RR S
OA
RED D
1300
BARN

1200
K
ROAD CLAR

• BARNS
1100 WHITE
D

1000
N
IS A
LEW

900

800

700

600
32
YOUNGS
500 RIVER FALLS
400

300
elevation GAIN/LOSS: 240/-251ft
200
NET: -11ft
Elevation (ft)

100
7.72 mi
000

0 .2 .4 .6 .8
1.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
2.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
3.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
4.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
5.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
6.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
7.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
8.0
Distance (mi)

57
HTC18
VAN 2 4.12 Mi | easy
LEG DESCRIPTION: Very short leg in length with gently rolling hills along paved country roads.
EXCH 34 ADDRESS: 90886 Fort Clatsop Rd, Astoria, OR 97103
GPS: 46.104487, -123.866126
NOTES:

DIRECTIONS FROM EXCH 33 TO EXCH 34


VOCATIONAL
CENTER 0.00 Exchange 33 (Lewis & Clark
MILES
CROSSING • School)
↑ 0.61 Lynstad Heights

YOUER LOO
RIV
NGS P
33 ↑ 1.82 Mudd Rd
RD
•LEWIS &
CLARK SCHOOL ↑ 2.43 Kee Rd/Reith Rd
K
AR
CL
WI
S& ↑ 2.66 Lewis & Clark Cemetery
LE
→ 3.32 Turn RIGHT onto Lewis & Clark Rd
LYNSTAD
HEIGHTS
→ 3.43 Turn RIGHT onto Fort Clatsop Rd
← 4.08 Turn LEFT onto Lewis & Clark
Mainline
4.12 Exchange 34 (Lewis & Clark
Mainline)
MUDD ROAD

2000 EXCHANGE NOTES


1900
Parking: In log scale in station near corner
of Fort Clatsop Rd / Lewis & Clark Mainline.
1800

1700
REITH ROAD KEE ROAD Provisions: No
1600
Fuel: No
1500 • LEWIS &
CLARK CEMETARY

1400
CLARK ROAD

1300
LEWIS AND

ONLY VAN 2 WITH COLORED


1200

1100

1000
FT. CLATSOP RD
NETEL
TUCKER CREEK RD SIGN IS ALLOWED ON THIS LEG
34 GRANGE
900
RD
CLA IS &

LOGAN RD
RK
LEW

800
S

700
N
VA

600
NORTH
500
400

300

200
elevation GAIN/LOSS: 192/-136ft
Elevation (ft)

100 NET: +56ft


4.12 mi
000

0 .2 .4 .6 .8
1.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
2.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
3.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
4.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
5.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
6.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
7.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
8.0
Distance (mi)

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VAN 2 7.07 Mi | HARD
LEG DESCRIPTION: Gently rolling terrain along a combination of paved and gravel roads.
EXCH 35 ADDRESS: 6645 Lewis & Clark Rd Seaside, OR 97138
GPS: 46.007615, -123.867294
NOTES: Do not litter or drop water bottles on the Lewis & Clark Mainline Trail!
DIRECTIONS FROM EXCH 34 TO EXCH 35

CLARK
PARK 0.00 Exchange 34 (Lewis & Clark

RD
LEWIS &
LOG SCALING
STATION • FT. CLATSOP
ROAD
School)
↑ 0.92 Lewis & Clark Rd
34 ← 1.92 Turn LEFT onto Lewis & Clark Rd

RD ARK
VAN
LEWMAI
3.80 Water Station

& CL
IS &NLIN
↑ 6.43 Lewis & Clark Mainline

CL E

IS

LO
LEW
AR

G
AN
K
7.07 Exchange 35 (Lewis & Clark

RD
Mainline)
S N

driver notes - VANS DO NOT FOLLOW COURSE


VA

0.00 Exchange 34 (Lewis & Clark


School)
0.00 Head southeast on Fort Clatsop Rd
→ 0.67 Slight RIGHT onto Lewis & Clark Rd
2000 ← 7.58 Turn LEFT onto Lewis & Clark
Mainline
LEWIS

1900
8.1 Exchange 35 (Lewis & Clark
MAIN CLARK

Mainline)
&
LINE

1800

1700

EXCHANGE NOTES
VANS

1600
Parking: Down private road (Lewis &
1500 Clark Mainline). NO PARKING ON ROAD
LE

SHOULDERS.
WI

1400
RD CLA
S&

Provisions: No
RK

1300

Fuel: No
LEWIS

1200
MAIN CLARK
&
LINE

1100
S
VAN

1000
900

800
ONLY VAN 2 WITH COLORED
LE AINL
M
WI IN
S& E

700
SIGN IS ALLOWED ON THIS LEG
CL
AR
K

600
35
K
AD AR
RO & CL

500
NORTH
S
WI
LE

400

300 7.07 mi
200
Elevation (ft)

elevation GAIN/LOSS: 302/-90ft


100
NET: +212ft
000

0 .2 .4 .6 .8
1.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
2.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
3.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
4.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
5.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
6.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
7.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
8.0
Distance (mi)

59
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VAN 2 5.19 Mi | moderate
LEG DESCRIPTION: Challenging up and steep downhills on winding paved roads to finish on sand near
Broadway turnaround.
EXCH 36/FINISH ADDRESS: 30 North Promenade, Seaside, OR 97138
GPS: 45.993835, -123.930111
NOTES: PACIFIC WAY

GEARHART

INE
INL
D
CLA IS AN
MA
VAN 1

RD CLARK
HOLDING
TEAM

RK
PROMENADE

LEW

ND
FINISH

IS A
MEDALS
WATER
PROVIDENCE HOOD & PORTLAND TO COAST

BEACH PARTY MAP

HWY 101

LEW
PHOTOS

E
DIC LOST D RULE SULT SSAG

BEACH ACCESS

VAN 2
MA
S
RE
S
TEAM SUITE
GENERAL

ENTER
&
UN

SEASIDE
35
POOL

FO
AL

RECYCLING CTR

NDORS
ME
ENTER/
EXIT

MERCH

VE

RD
FUNDRAISING
TEAM VIP

LEWIS & CLARK RD.

A
FREE SHUT TL

WAHANN
E BUS
SEASIDE
ENTER/
EXIT

TO FINISH
(RUNS EVERY
BEACH ACCESS
15 MINUTES, 7:00AM-
ENTER

14TH ST. 11:00PM)


ENTER/ FOOD

VAN 2
PROMENADE

12TH ST.
EXIT
BEER & WINE

2000
GARDEN

PROM
BEER/
WINE

ONLY VAN 2 WITH COLORED


HWY
ENTER/
EXIT

THE FINISH!
1900 BROADWAY
BEACH

SIGN IS ALLOWED ON THIS LEG


STAGE
1800 MAIN

NORTH
1700

DIRECTIONS1600FROM EXCH 35 TO finish driver notes - vANS DO NOT FOLLOW COURSE,


0.00
1500Exchange 35 (Lewis & Clark Mainline) see pg 54 for directions
← 0.79 Turn LEFT onto Lewis & Clark Rd

1400
2.75 “The Retreat” condos EXCHANGE NOTES
Parking: See page 62 for driving directions and parking/shuttle
← 3.12 1300
Turn LEFT onto Wahanna Rd
maps.
→ 3.75 1200
Turn RIGHT onto 12th Ave
→ 3.94 1100
Turn RIGHT onto movie theatre parking lot Provisions: Yes, Finish Party food & beverage vendors and nearby
↑ 4.05 14th Ave/HWY 101 (Temporary pedestrian bridge) Seaside restaurants
1000 Fuel: Yes
← 4.20 Turn LEFT onto Holladay St
900
→ 4.31 Turn RIGHT onto 12th Ave
Plastic bottle recycling, ATM, basic first aid within Beach Party. See
← 4.63 Turn
800 LEFT onto Promenade
pages 10 & 11 for more.
5.19 FINISH
700 on sand at turnaround!

600
Open containers on promenade or walking on streets isn’t allowed.

500
400
Elevation (ft)

300 elevation GAIN/LOSS: 115/-414ft


200
NET: -299ft
100

000
5.19 mi
0 .2 .4 .6 .8
1.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
2.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
3.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
4.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
5.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
6.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
7.0 .2 .4 .6 .8
8.0
Distance (mi)

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directions to seaside shuttle parking
26TH AVE
driving directions
25TH AVE
Vans follow walker route until
reaching Wahanna Rd/HWY 101.

NEAWANNA ST

OREGON ST

QUEEN ST
PINE ST
RACE COURSE
24TH AVE
Vans must turn RIGHT onto HWY
VAN PARKING LOTS WITH SHUTTLE
SERVICE TO CONVENTION CENTER
INDIAN
WAY
LEWIS AND CLARK RD 101. The best place to turn around
VAN PARKING LOTS WITH NO
VILLAG
E TERR is about 0.9 miles north at the
SHUTTLE SERVICE
SEASIDE
NORTH COAST FAMILY
FELLOWSHIP CHURCH
Pacific Way signal light. Proceed
SHUTTLE DROP OFF/PICK UP
HIGH
SCHOOL
to any of the shuttle lots or other
DR available parking.

RD
DAY

18TH
course Fundraiser

N WAHANA
AVE
LLA

17TH AVE
HO

17TH AV
E
16TH AVE broadway middle school
16TH AV
E SATURDAY 6:00AM - 3:00PM
15TH AVE SHOWERS: $5 (includes towel & soap)
FRANKLIN ST

15TH AVE
14TH AVE 14TH AVE
14TH AVE
101
ADE

13TH AVE 13TH AVE 13TH AVE


MEN
PRO

12TH AVE 12TH AVE 12TH AVE


FRANKLIN ST

UM RIVER

QUEEN ST

11TH AVE 11TH AVE 11TH AVE


K
PACIFIC OCEAN

10TH AVE 10TH AVE 10TH AVE


NA CREE
NECANIC

9TH AVE 9TH AVE


LN ST

9TH AVE

shuttle info
DOWNING ST

8TH AVE
LINCO

NEWAN

7TH AVE R
TER
7TH AVE
DR

6TH AVE
E
ADAY

OR
DR

6TH AVE
FREE Seaside Shuttles run every
SH
N WAHANA RD
ICUM

5TH AVE
HOLL

5TH AVE
15-20 minutes from 7:00AM -
NECAN

4TH AVE
4TH AVE
11:00PM on Saturday. Shuttles
DOWNING ST

3RD AVE
101
3RD AVE

2ND AVE 2ND AVE pick-up from North Coast Family


TY!

1ST AVE SEASIDE


Fellowship Church and Seaside
EDGEWOOD

CONVENTION 1ST AVE


H PAR

CENTER
OCEANWAY OCEANWAY
High School. Shuttles drop-off at
COLUMBIA
FINIS

BROADWAY BROADWAY
the Seaside Convention Center
BR
OA

ALDERCREST
D

AVE A AVE A
WA

AVE A
(corner of 1st Ave/Columbia).
Y

AVE B
AVE C AVE B CEDAR
ALPINE

HILTOP

AVE C
Riders can catch a shuttle at the
LINCOLN ST

AVE D
AVE E WHISPERING PINES
DR

MAPLE
Convention Center back to their
BEACH

AVE E
AVE E
E
ENAD

respective parking lot.


FERNWOOD
G ST

AVE G
BIA

AVE F AVE F
PROM

DOWNIN
COLUM

AVE G PROVIDENCE
AVE G
SEASIDE
AVE H HOSPITAL
AVE I
AVE I
*After midnight all parking areas
D

KING ST
EDGEWOO

HOLLADAY DR

S WAHANA RD

will close and all vehicles should


AVE K AVE J
G ST

AVE L AVE K
be removed. Please respect
BIA

DOWNIN
COLUM

AVE M

property and leave the area as


H DR

AVE M
101 SPRUCE DR
BEAC

clean as you found it!

SHUTTLE PARKING LOTS


North Coast Family Fellowship Church - 2245 N Wahanna Rd, Seaside, OR 97138
Seaside High School - 1901 N Holladay Dr, Seaside, OR 97138

other PARKING LOTS with no shuttle


Broadway Middle School - 1120 Broadway St, Seaside, OR 97138
Broadway Park - 1300 Broadway St, Seaside, OR 97138

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2018 COMMITMENT TO
PORTLAND TO COAST TRAFFIC SAFETY
To keep the roads safe for all 17,400 participants, team vehicles and community residents, we annually part-
ner with law enforcement to create a ‘Safety Agreement’ that all teams must follow. Teams and drivers are
responsible for their own safety, as well as the safety of others traveling along the relay route. Motorists and
relay participants rightfully deserve and appreciate safe roads. Thanks for driving safely!
This agreement must be signed and turned in at the Start Van 1 Check-In Area in order to proceed to
the start line and begin Leg 13.

The Portland To Coast Relay is conducted on open roads and is open to all traffic (unless specifically
stated by Race Organizers). All teams agree to abide by the following regulations:

All state traffic laws shall be obeyed at all times while operating your Team Vehicle.
Violators of any Motor Vehicle laws are subject to ticketing by law enforcement at all times. (PTC is exempt
from any responsibility or liability for illegal acts, and will report illegal acts if witnessed).
Team Vehicles must completely pull off to the side of the road when stopping to assist teammates, and not
block the path of walkers. (Vehicles are required by law to be over the fog line and not in traffic lanes. Walkers
are required to use the shoulders when available; team vans must exit the roadway completely to be clear of
traffic and racers on the shoulder).
Team Vehicles shall not block the roadway or race course at any time.
Team Vehicles shall not block private residential driveways or roadways.
Team Vehicles shall respect neighborhoods and others along highway and roads. The use of a horn (unless
as a reasonable warning) and playing loud music may be unlawful.
Team Vehicles may need to drive slower than the posted speed limit, but shall not impede traffic or follow
on roads behind a walker.
Team vehicles shall obey the speed laws at all times.
Open containers of alcoholic beverages are prohibited in any motor vehicle at all times when on a public
highway.
Team vehicles shall obey drinking and driving laws at all times.
Team vehicles shall obey littering laws at all times.
Teams agree to use approved rest rooms and porta-potties, exclusively at all times.
Except in an emergency, all drivers shall obey Oregon's cell phone law. Avoid distractions -no texting. Use
hands-free devices.
On behalf of my teammates, I have read the above ‘Safety Agreement’ and concur that our team will
abide by all Oregon traffic safety laws and Main Race Rules (page 18-19). Failure to adhere to this
agreement could result in my team's disqualification.

SIGNATURE ________________________________________ TEAM # _____________

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2017 RESULTS & RECORDS
Category #19: MEN'S OPEN
Any age, at least one walker under 30. Time Pace
Category #27. MIXED OPEN
At least half women. Any age,at least one under 30.
Course Record The High Fibres (2001) 19:28:53 09:04 Course Record Racewalk West (2000) 19:02:00 08:51
2017 Results 1 Loud and Proud 24:20:39 11:19 2017 Results 1 Between A Walk and a Hard Pace 21:14:07 09:53
2 Faith Walkers 25:36:57 11:55 2 Road Kill Grill 25:50:47 12:01
3 Holy Walkamolies 26:01:21 12:06 3 You Walkin' To Me? 26:32:19 12:21
4 Roadkill Rascals 27:53:15 12:58 4 Sole Survivors 27:35:36 12:50
5 Broken Hipsters 29:21:56 13:40 5 Slow Motion to the Ocean 27:51:35 12:57
6 Blink & Brawn 31:04:44 14:27 6 Franks N Beans 28:19:59 13:11

Category #20. MEN’S MASTERS Category #28. MIXED MASTERS


Min age of all walkers is 40. At least half women. Min age of all walkers is 40.
Course Record RWNW - In Your Pace?(2000) 18:31:06 08:37 Course Record No Walkin' Til The Van Passes (2001) 19:42:49 05:32
2017 Results 1 Soulful Masters 28:09:34 13:06 2017 Results 1 Antiques Roadshow 22:54:42 06:30
2 RWNW - No Fun Intended - Masters Edition 26:34:29 06:36
Category #21. MEN’S SUPER MASTERS 3 Out to Lunch 26:44:57 06:59
Min age of all walkers is 50. 4 Souls In Training 29:42:41 07:29
Course Record RWNW - Older than Dirt! (2010) 20:53:06 09:43 5 Great Strides to Seaside 30:39:50 07:31
2017 Results 1 N/A 6 Old Qeezers and their Walkers 30:54:35 07:37

Category #22. CORPORATE MEN’S OPEN Category #29. MIXED SUPERMASTERS


Any age, ALL from the SAME business. At least half women. Min age of all walkers is 50.
Course Record Trekking Tekkies (2010) 23:33:05 10:57 Course Record Beware-A-Sierra's Silver Streak (2010) 22:11:40 10:19
2017 Results 1 Trekking Tekkies 26:40:03 12:24 2017 Results 1 Team Nice But Slow 30:43:53 14:18
2 Win or Lose We Booze 28:52:47 13:26 2 Zoom! 30:56:48 14:24
3 Kennedy Restoration 30:45:18 14:18 3 16 Feet To The Baech 36:03:51 16:46
4 Thermo Fisher Nanowalkers 32:27:10 15:06
5 Shufflin' Divas & Divos! 32:27:46 15:06 Category #30. CORPORATE MIXED OPEN
6 Walk IT Off 32:49:29 15:16 Any age, ALL from SAME business, at least half women.
Course Record Flav R Pac's Finest (2010) 26:07:49 12:09
Category #23. WOMEN’S OPEN 2017 Results 1 The Walking Q.R.S 26:37:12 12:23
Any age, at least one walker under 30. 2 Hammer Down Beach Bound 28:14:34 13:08
Course Record Six Pistols (2009) 21:45:37 10:07 3 The Standard Iron Dragons 28:42:23 13:21
2017 Results 1 Soleful Strutters 25:23:47 11:49 4 Soar Feet 28:49:00 13:24
2 Manic Mommies 25:24:12 11:49 5 Chicago Title & Friends 29:08:07 13:33
3 Dangerous Curves 26:34:18 12:22 6 CyberSteppers Rebooted 29:55:42 13:55
4 Road Rage 26:59:46 12:33
5 ToeJammin' 27:01:32 12:34 Category #31. MEN’S CHAMPION MASTERS
6 Walkin Winos 27:18:02 12:42 Average age of all participants is 60
Course Record BEWARE-A-SIERRA'S FAREWELL TOUR (2017) 24:06:04 11:13
Category #24. WOMEN’S MASTERS 2017 Results 1 BEWARE-A-SIERRA'S FAREWELL TOUR 24:06:04 11:13
Min age of all walkers is 40. 2 Team S.C.A.A.T.Y. 31:46:43 14:47
Course Record RWNW Ero-Feet (2001) 22:14:58 10:21
2017 Results 1 Rock Bottoms 25:48:34 12:00 Category #32. WOMEN’S CHAMPION MASTERS
2 Quick Chicks 27:56:56 13:00 Average age of all participants is 60
3 Awesome Power 28:35:06 13:18 Course Record Untethered Soles (2017) 27:11:50 12:39
4 Late for Lattes 28:51:00 13:25 2017 Results 1 Untethered Soles 27:11:50 12:39
5 Girls Gone Miled 30:34:35 14:13 2 Step Sisters 28:57:05 13:28
6 We're Goin' In 30:36:55 14:14 3 Spring Chicks 31:20:34 14:35
4 Eight Golden Girls 31:24:23 14:36
Category #25. WOMEN’S SUPERMASTERS 5 Vintage Whine Walkers 31:33:06 14:41
Min age of all walkers is 50. 6 Sassy Spirited Survivors 34:58:11 16:16
Course Record I'm With Stupid (2008) 24:57:44 11:37
2017 Results 1 Street Walkers 27:00:32 12:34 Category #33. MIXED CHAMPION MASTERS
2 Recycled Firststreet Walkers 27:14:27 12:40 At least half women. Average age of all participants is 60
3 Steppin' Out 27:27:07 12:46 Course Record Enlightened Soles (2017) 26:38:51 12:24
4 Nasty Women 27:56:05 13:00 2017 Results 1 Enlightened Soles 26:38:51 12:24
5 Dr. Seuss on the Loose 28:15:21 13:09 2 T-Wrecks Too the NIKE Dinosaurs 28:55:56 13:27
6 Sweat Equity 30:10:53 14:02 3 Bambooozlers 29:16:14 13:37
4 T-Wrecks the NIKE Dinosaurs 29:17:32 13:37
Category #26. CORPORATE WOMEN’S OPEN 5 Second Wind 30:01:55 13:58
Any age, ALL from the SAME business. 6 Mt. Hood Ski Patrol Hoodlums 30:40:13 14:16
Course Record Sole Phenomenon (2010) 25:46:55 11:59
2017 Results 1 Walking Q.R.S. 26:37:12 12:23 Top Providence Cancer Institute Fundraisers (HTC/PTC)
2 Women in Black 26:58:51 12:33 HTC/PTC Record Genworth Financial (2008) $83,000
3 Determined Divas 28:05:11 13:04 2017 Results 1 All In - No Regrets! $42,495
4 Nike Air Baguettes 28:41:16 13:21 2 Vestas Turbinators $31,537
5 Sole M8S 29:35:25 13:46 3 All In, Already Regretting It $30,595
6 SOLE/Soul BURNERS 30:23:38 14:08 4 Hell No H2O $26,220
5 Green Feets $20,254
6 Where the Wild Things Run $18,635

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PENALTIEs FORM
• All completed penalty forms must be turned in to the finish area ‘Penalties’ table within 30
minutes of finishing. Be specific! We must have a team number to identify teams.
• The Rules Committee will review completed penalty forms throughout Saturday. They will
not be available to discuss the penalty/protest. Teams can fill out a written protest/penalty if
they do not agree with the penalty posted.
• Penalty times will be added to team finish times. These new times will then be posted on
the results.
• All Rules Committee decisions are final.
Please use this form to report all alleged rule infractions, giving details and names of
witnesses. ALL FORMS ARE TO BE TAKEN TO THE FINISH LINE AND TURNED IN AT THE
PENALTIES TABLE WITHIN 30 MINUTES OF YOUR TEAM’S FINISH TIME ON RACE DAY.

Violation involves team #______________ Name of team ___________________


(must have to process)

Day ____________ Time ____________(am) (pm) Leg or Exchange #___________

Description of person(s) involved_____________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________

Describe rule infraction ____________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________

Witnesses ____________________ _____________________

____________________ _____________________

Your Team # _________________ Your Team Name ____________________


(must have to process)

****FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY: ASSIGNED PENALTY ___________________________****

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We can help you reach the beach!
Rehab Bandanna
Stretch and roll, and KT TAPE ® Grab a bandanna at exchange 18.
assessment at exchanges 6 and 18. Strike a pose in front of our map.
Post-race recovery at the beach! And show us how you tie one on!
Sunscreen Relaxation
Sun protection at exchange 12. Meditation studio available at
Walkers, don’t forget to enjoy Jewell School near exchange 27.
coffee and donuts here too!
First Aid Water Please recycle returnable
Limited medical care available at Fresh cool water on leg 35.
exchanges 18 and 30. AEDs on-board bottles, cans and glass at
van exchanges E12 and on!
Providence Team vans on course.
In support of !
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BY ANY MEASURE
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starting out in sports, competing at a high level or committed to remaining active, Providence
Sports Medicine offers a full range of services to nurture and extend your athletic journey.

PREPARATION RECOVERY PERFORMANCE


• Sports physicals • Surgical and • Injury prevention
nonsurgical treatment
• Heart screenings • Sports-specific
• Sports rehabilitation video analysis
• Youth and community and therapy
programs • Body composition
• Concussion care testing

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