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Google Maps & Google Earth Files

Google Maps & Google Earth Files
Google Earth KML File: If you have Google Earth installed on your computer and would like a more in-depth look at our Swim, Bike, and Run courses, this link will allow you to download the Google Earth file for our event: Google Earth KML file.
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Run Course: 0k, 22.1k, or 42.2k

Run Course: 0k, 22.1k, or 42.2k
Departing T2, the EPIC Dartmouth run course heads North, following Dartmouth’s paved multi-use trail, circling around the East and North shores of Lake Banook. A few blocks through a residential section will bring you under Highway 111, to join the Lake Charles Trail heading through Shubie Park. The Shubie Park portion is a wide and smooth crusher dust surface winding through the park and leading back to pavement and the highest point on the run course at the top of John Brenton Drive.
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Cycle Course: 180km

Cycle Course: 180km
Departing T1, the EPIC Dartmouth cycle course heads north out of Dartmouth, following the chain of lakes that forms the start of the historic Shubenacadie Canal: Lake Banook, Lake Micmac, and Lake Charles. Next comes the community of Waverly with a rolling section along Lake William, then Lake Thomas. Followed by the community of Fall River with Fletcher’s Lake, and one of Nova Scotia’s largest lakes, Shubenacadie Grand Lake, where the cycle route turns east. Crossing over Highway 102, the course takes a right onto Oldham Road, and soon after, the only notable climb on the course. Starting about kilometer 36, and with a maximum slope of 9.5%, you’ll climb from 14M to the high point on the course of 162 M over the next 10 kilometers.
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Swim Course: 3800m

Swim Course: 3800m
The swim portion of EPIC Dartmouth will take place in the waters of Lake Banook. Lake Banook is home to three long established Canoe and Kayak clubs - the Banook Canoe Club, Senobe Aquatic Club, and Mic Mac Amateur Aquatic Club, in addition to having hosted four World Championships in the last few decades. The same features that make it a fantastic venue for watching rowing and paddling competitions, also will make for an unusually great view of the swim portion of EPIC Dartmouth, as the swim course parallels the spectating area. Two loops of 1900 Meters each will complete your swim, and you're out of the water with a short run to T1.
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