Agenda - Seawall 100

Best you print this and the course description off if you don't want to get lost! 

Saturday, October 26,  2013

6:30  Get up. Check the weather. Be sure to print off this agenda and the course description!
7:30  Arrive at Dundarave Park in West Vancouver.
7:45  Welcome message from the Premier, exchange of gifts and final briefing.
    7:55  Photo of our lovely group of Ultra Runners.
8:00  Start by The Globe.

Sunday, October 27, 2013

   4:00 am  First finisher arrives
  2:00 pm  Last of the finishers
   Go home, make yourself real clean and neat, take a nap, dress to make your Mama  proud and get your chunky butt to the Post Event Party.
  Post Event TBD


Despite the detailed description and warnings (e.g. If in doubt, read the directions!!), people will get lost on the course. Consider it a rite of passage.

This is an informal, environmentally-friendly event. Be sure to print this agenda and the course description and bring them with you on event day as there are no flags, marshals or other directions. (I recommend you put them in a plastic baggie, as they will otherwise surely turn to mush.) Better yet, train on the course and bring the directions.

Gmap link: http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=2229356

Getting to the Start

From Lions Gate Bridge / Highway 99,  take the exit to Marine Dr. going West. Drive 4.3 km (2.6 miles) to 25th Street. Take a left, Dundarave Park is at the South end of 25th Street. There's parking on your left just before the park. 

What to Bring?


  • Bring your own aid (if you don't know what that is, better wait another year)
  • Bring your own official timing system (a watch will do, even if the second hand doesn't work)
  • Bring multiple change of clothes and options for cold/rainy weather.
  • Suck a friend / family member to crew or mule you. By car or by bike.
  • Oh! One last item, body lubricant. Chaffing sucks!

Post-Run Get Together


  • Mosquito Creek Pub - North Vancouver, BC


If you need accomodation, there are plenty of options Downtown Vancouver from the most modest of shelters to the most outrageous. Westin Bay Shore is right smack on the course (at around 9.6 km). It's not cheap but how pleasant it would be to go up your luxury suite for a quick nap or shower. Be nice, invite a friend.



  • It's not a race, but we do keep track of your times so you have something to compare to next year.
  • We hope everyone will run the same course, but won't disqualify folks for getting lost and running extra distance.
  • This event is not sponsored, sanctioned, permitted or anything else that would qualify it as an official event.
  • Expect sunshine, rain, maybe snow (just kidding), pavement, a lot of it, some concrete, some dirt, old friends and maybe some new.