Cancelled – 3rd Annual Deception Pass Challenge 2014

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Date(s) – 06/14/2014
8:00 am – 12:00 pm

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ChallengeLogoFinalThe 2014 Challenge has been cancelled due to the small numbers we’ve had register. The Challenge will take place again in 2015.

All proceeds support education and resource protection at Deception Pass State Park

Race Info: 

Swim: 1/2 mile in Cranberry Lake. Note: water temperature is typically between 55 and 60 degrees at this time of year so wetsuits are recommended.

Bike: 13 miles with a mixture of road and trail. Mountain or cross bikes are recommended.

Run: 4 miles from West Beach to top of Goose Rock. Elevation rise is 484 feet and back to sea level.

If you have questions about the Deception Pass Challenge, if you are interested in being a volunteer, or you are a business interested in sponsoring this event, please email us at deceptionpasschallenge@gmail.com  or contact Estelle Johnson at 360.720.2756.

Registration Information: Registration is $50 for an individual or $100 for a team of two or three. Late registrations, after 1st June, is $60 for individual and $130 for team.

Entry Cancellation Policy: Full refunds can be issued until June 1st.  After this date, the fees from cancelled entry fees will be considered donations to the Deception Pass Park Foundation a 501c(3) non-profit organization.

Misc Information:

  • Dry weave shirts (free for participants who register before June 1st) feature the Challenge logo
  • Trophies to top 3 male, female and teams
  • FREE State Park entry day, no Discover Pass required for 2014 Challenge Click here to learn about other ways of getting to the park.
  • Click here to download the course map.

Challenge Results 2013

Thank You to our Sponsors!

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