On, June 23 Ironman 70.3
will take place in Mont
Tremblant, Canada on an
The rustic village of Mont Tremblant, located in the Laurentian Mountains of Quebec, is home of the
North American IRONMAN Championships. The surrounding area is known for its hiking, skiing, kayaking, golfing, and cycling, making it an idyllic location for IRONMAN athletes.
Athletes will start the 1.2-mile swim in Tremblant Lake, which in June boasts slightly chilly, wetsuit-legal temperatures.
The quarter-mile run to T1 (Transition one), is lined with a soft red carpet, and cheering spectators. The 66-mile bike course runs through Mont-Tremblant’s forests and low lying mountains, offering challenging elevations and highly spectator-friendly vantage points.
The 13.1-mile run course takes full advantage of the famous Le P'tit Train du Nord, a former railway bed turned into the longest linear park in Canada. The crushed gravel is soft on the feet, and lined with
enthusiastic spectators. The run takes runners past a waterfall alongside Tremblant Lake and into the heart of the pedestrian village of Tremblant Resort.
Mont Tremblant Half-Ironman is going to be quite the adventure and one for the record books.
Distance is 70.3 miles = Suggested Minimum Donation $70.30 Next Race