Agenda - Sweet Go Deep

2012 Sweet Go Deep logo

Sunday 3 November 2013

06:30? Get up. Check the weather. Print off this agenda so you can be sure to find the start.
08:00 Arrive at Panorama Park in Deep Cove. Find a parking spot. Check-in.
08:20 Welcome and final briefing
08:25 Photo
08:30 Start
09:30 First Go Sweet 14K finisher?
11:00 First Go Home 20K lap finisher?
13:30 First Go Deep 40K finisher?
12:00 Finisher party See details below

How to get to the start?

  • From Trans-Canada Highway (Highway #1) in North Vancouver, take Seymour Parkway exit heading eastward approximately 4 kilometers toward Deep Cove. At intersection with Deep Cove Road/Dollarton Highway, go left.
  • continue 10 blocks along Deep Cove Road. Turn right onto Gallant Road heading toward the ocean. (Note Kayak shop on your left.) Take first left (Panorama Drive) and park in or near the parking lot
  • start/finish is in Panorama Park next to the playground between the parking lot and the beach
  • additional information at http://www.deepcovebc.com/deepcovebcparks.html

What to Bring?

  • bring your own food and fluids. There is a water tap at the start, but be prepared in case it is out of service. 
  • bring your own official timing system (a watch will do, even if the second hand doesn't work.) There will be a pen and paper at the start/finish and likely someone to record your split times.
  • Don't forget a towel and change of clothes for afterward.

Post-Event -  cheeky


  • For those left standing, a post event celebration will be held at Honey Doughnuts & Goodies immediately following the event. Honey Doughnuts & Goodies is only a few steps (literally!) from the finishline at 4373 Gallant Ave. Their telephone number is 604-929-4988
  • Come and celebrate your accomplishment together with other runners, crew and friends. Please be sure to note how many people you plan to bring with you on your registration form so we can be sure to accommodate them

Other Notes

  • Join us after the event at Honey Doughnuts & Goodies
  • the 40K course is 2 loops of the 20K "Go Home" course
  • expect difficult terrain, very technical trails with lots of ascents and descents