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Summer Sundae Run

Sunday July 4, 2021

Magnolia to West Seattle


Coronavirus COVID-19 Expectations

These protocols have been put in place to keep runners and volunteers healthy and safe:

  1.  Start line will be staggered with groups of no more than five people starting from 7am-8am for proper social distancing.
  2.  Face coverings must be worn at the start, aid, finish and/or when you are less than six feet apart.
  3.  The course is open to traffic so please watch for cars, follow traffic laws and be safe.
  4.  Print and carry the map below and/or download the map on your phone as some turns will not be marked.
  5.  To register, email bcjill@msn.com your Name, Age on race day, birthdate, city, state and distance you plan to run.  (26.2, 13.1, etc.)
  6.  Please bring a donation on race day to cover our cost, suggested donation, $20.
  7.  Cutoff is 3 PM although we will provide some flexibility if needed.
  8.  You want a finisher medal?  This year we will provide you a custom Wood-al (medal) at the finish line!
  9.  Please email bcjill@msn.com if you would like to volunteer.
  10. Our final request is to run and have fun!!!


Course Directions:


This course starts in Magnolia down behind the Interbay golf course near the train tracks.  You will park on the local streets and begin your run at Thorndyke Ave W. and 20th Ave W.  You will run down the 20th Ave W. road and see the trail straight ahead of you.  Follow the Elliot Bay Trail south all the way to Myrtle Edwards Park and the Sculpture Park where the trail spits you out onto Alaskan Way.  Continue South on Alaskan Way even though MapMyRun wants you to leave Alaskan Way, stay on it until you see a trail on your right, take this trail, the Elliot Bay Trail.  Stay on the trail and Alaskan Way until it turns into E. Marginal Way.  Before Spokane St. the trail goes to the right to head West.  The trail now becomes West Seattle Bridge Trail and will take you up and over the lower West Seattle Bridge.  Follow the trail until you take a Right on Harbor Ave. W.  You will now follow this trail all the way to South West Seattle and Lincoln Park.  Just past the Colman Outdoor Pool in Lincoln Park you will turn around and return the same way you came.

The Marathoners will turn around just past the Me-Kwa-Mooks Park at S.W. Jacobson Rd.

The 50Kers will turn around just past the Colman Pool where the two trails merge.

If you are doing the half marathon, you would turn around at the Duwamish Waterway just when the trail turns in to the West Seattle Bridge Trail.

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