72.3 BEASTMAN Triathlon
1.2mi Swim/58mi Bike/13.1mi Run
Are you up for the challenge? As the jewel of triathlons here in the Northwest, the Pacific Crest 72.3 BEASTMAN has become a destination race for athletes from across the nation and around the world. Not only do you have to do an extra 2 miles on the bike compared to a typical Half Iron, but you also have to deal with a starting altitude of 4359 feet above sea level, and you gain an additional 2814 feet of elevation during the bike course. Plus you're also typically dealing with high temperatures, so once you cross the finish line, it's quite an accomplishment and definitely not for the faint of heart! We think you will all agree that if you conquer Pacific Crest, you are definitely a BEAST and that's exactly what we will announce as you cross the finish line. It's an absolutely stunning course, and if put your mind to it, you can do anything! Are you ready to Swim, Bike & Run amongst the fittest Triathletes across the country? You will definitely earn your Deschettes Brewery post-race hydration! #YOUAREABEAST
Olympic Distance Triathlon
1.5k Swim/28mi Bike/10k Run
Although half the distance of the 72.3 BEASTMAN, the Olympic Distance Triathlon, Duathlon & AquaBike will still challenge you while rewarding you with absolutely incredible views.
Ultra-Sprint Distance Triathlon
1/2 mile Swim/28mi Bike/5k Run
We've shortened the Swim and Run for the Ultra-Sprint Distances (1/2 mile Swim and 5k Run) but maintained the longer 28 mile bike (we have to since we haven't been able to figure out how to move the lake closer to the village ;) This makes our Ultra-Sprint a little harder than a Sprint Distance and a little easier than an Olympic Distance. A perfect mid-distance! You'll get all the beauty at a manageable distance, so you still have the energy to party!
Marathon, Half Marathon, 10k & 5k Run/Walks
Marathon: 26.2 Miles
Half Marathon: 13.1 Miles
10K: 6.2 Miles
5K: 3.1 Miles
These courses circle Sunriver Resort on wide, paved, very scenic bike paths that will take you through meadows and forests, past rivers, and beautifully landscaped golf greens and summer homes. Each course has minimal elevation gain to navigate and a fast downhill and flat finish. Runners and Walkers will finish the race at the Sunriver Village Mall (Athlete Village) to the cheers of the enthusiastic crowd. Once finished, runners can enjoy the finish line festivities, including the Sports & Fitness Expo and live entertainment.
28K & 50K Trail Run
28K Trail Run: 17.4 Miles
50K Trail Run: 31.1 Miles
An extremely scenic, point-to-point course starting at Wanoga Snow Park and finishing with the last few miles running the paved paths of Sunriver ending at one of the best multi-sports finish lines in the Pacific Northwest.
Tour de Crest 26 Miles & 55 Mile Bike Rides
These non-competitive 26 mile & 55-mile bike tours offer fantastic scenery allowing friends and family to ride parts of the Long Course, Olympic & Ultra Sprint Distance bike courses. It's also a great way for our athletes to preview parts of the course at an easy pace before race day. These rides offer a chance for the whole family to participate together in the same event. The roads used are very well-maintained with very little traffic. The routes chosen are also moderate in that they do not include any ultra-steep grades, and the scenery will take your breath away. With that said, these courses aren't kid-friendly. If you want to ride with your kids, stay on the Sunriver Bike paths - much safer and flat so the kids won't be complaining the whole time! Make the Tour de Crest events part of your family getaway and enhance your enjoyment of the Pacific Crest Weekend Sports Festival. This is a supported event with water, energy drink, fruit and energy bars at the water stations along the course and a post-event meal once you finish.
Triple Crown Challenge
An alternative to completing one event during race weekend is to take on the Triple Crown Challenge! Complete one event in each of the three disciplines over three days and earn the coveted Team In Training Triple Crown Award in one weekend