RACE DAY INFORMATION (Frequently Asked Questions)
The Event’s main gathering site is the Parc au Fil-de-l’Eau/Hôtel de Ville de Mont-Tremblant, located at 1145, rue de Saint-Jovite. You will find the following activities and services :
- Registration Office to pick up your registration kits
- Finish line for all our distances
- 1km and 5km starts
- Bus departure point for the 10K and 21.1K races
- Main parking lots
- Participant lunch (August 14)
- Event Booths: Booths that offer services to participants only, such as: Plaza Store, Beer Sales, etc.
- Main Stage, Entertainment, Music
- Medal ceremony
- Changing rooms (for personal effects)
- First Aid
All participants registered for the 1km, 5km, 10km or 21.1km will receive a registration kit when they check in at the registration desk located at the Event Site. *Registration kits will not be distributed at the 10km and 21.1km starts.
We strongly recommend that all participants pick up their registration package on Friday, August 12 or Saturday, August 13.
Friday, August 12: 17:00-18:00
Saturday, August 13: 10:00-16:00
Sunday, August 14: 6:30-8:30. We strongly recommend that you pick up your registration package on Friday or Saturday – very limited capacity on August 14 , long delays to be expected. We are not responsible if you miss your start time.
Pick-up of the registration kit by another person:
You may pick up another participant’s kit, or have your kit picked up. You must present a copy/proof of this participant with photo and date of birth. (e.g. photo in your phone of a health insurance card or driver’s license of the participant).
Participant kit includes:
- Bib (with timing chip)
- Gift bag (to be confirmed for 2022)
- T-Shirt (purchased online) or possibility of purchasing T-shirts on site
Online registration closes at 8:00 pm on Saturday, August 13.
On-site registration: Possible on Friday, August 12 and Saturday, August 13 during the registration office hours. No on-site registration on Sunday, August 14.
➡️ Transfer and bib sale policy
Start of the 21.1km:
Place St-Bernard, 135 Chem. de Kandahar, Mont-Tremblant, QC J8E 1E2.
Parking available (Parking lots surrounding the Tremblant tourist center; P1, P2, P3, and others…)
Start of the 10km:
Château Beauvallon, 6385 Montée Ryan, Mont Tremblant, QC J8E 1S5. No parking for participants or spectators, drop off only.
Numerous free parking spaces are available at some merchants and in the surrounding streets within a 500m radius of the Rally Site.
RED ZONE: No vehicles may park in this zone on the day of the event. These spaces are reserved for road traffic only and primarily for buses and emergency vehicles (towing at your expense).
DETAILS OF THE RED ZONE :
Rue Mercure between de St-Jovite and Suppère
Rue de la Forge between de St-Jovite and Suppère
Lauzon Street between mercury and Léonard
Suppère street between mercury and Léonard
|21.1KM||Place St-Bernard, 135 Chem. de Kandahar, Mont-Tremblant, QC J8E 1E2
|10KM||Château Beauvallon, 6385 Montée Ryan, Mont Tremblant, QC J8E 1S5. No parking for participants or spectators, drop off only. No return shuttle service. Entertainment, warm-up area, toilets, water and energy products X1, first aid.||9:00|
|5KM||Parc au Fil-de-l’Eau/Hôtel de ville, 1145 rue de Saint-Jovite, Mont-Tremblant, J8E 3J8 (in front of the Post office)||8:45|
|Parc au Fil de l’Eau/Hôtel de ville, 1145 rue de Saint- Jovite, Mont-Tremblant, J8E 3J8. (in front of the post office)||11:45|
A free checkroom service is available to all participants at the Event Site. You can leave your personal belongings (minimum quantity) in a bag provided by the organization or a small personal bag. Participants will be able to retrieve their bag upon presentation of their race number. Please note that there are no showers or lockers to lock your equipment on the site.
TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONAL BELONGINGS
10km and 21.1km participants: All participants wishing to take advantage of the personal belongings transportation service must hand in their personal belongings at the designated area at the start line. These bags will be transported to the checkroom.
We currently do not have a procedure to follow. However, we strongly recommend wearing a mask on the buses leading to the 10km and 21.1km starting lines.
ON COURSE PARTICIPANTS SERVICES
The refreshment stations serve water and X1 energy drink; vaseline and mini first aid kit (ointments and bandages) are also available. At each start and finish, a refreshment station is set up. Hydration belts and vests can be filled at the various refreshment points set up at the assembly site and at each of the start areas.
Station 1: km 3,2 (eau seulement)
Station 2: km 6,1
Station 3: km 7,8
Station 4: km 11,8
Station 5: km 14,5
Station 6: km 17,6
Station 7: km 20
|10KM Château Beauvallon
Station 5: km 3,4
Station 6: km 6,5
Station 7: km 8,9
|5KM Rona Forget Mont-Tremblant
Station 8: km 2,5
POUR VOUS PROCURER X1 ET GELS X4 : https://boutique.procircuit.ca
The pace bunnies program is back in 2022! Our pace bunnies will help participants cross the finish line according to their goals. They will accompany the participants in all distances: 5 km, 10 km and 21.1 km. More than 20 bunnies will offer varied racing rhythms in order to reach and encourage as many participants as possible. Whether participants are beginners or experts, if they want to reach or improve their goals and enjoy the race, the pace bunnies are there to accompany them!
Created for the 2021 edition, our PYellow Polka Dots are back in 2022. They are visible and easily identifiable resource people who encourage runners by running alongside them for a few meters or by providing technical advice at strategic places on the course. ; climbs, descents, etc. They are running regulars who know the sector well. Yellow Polka Dot Shirts can be mobile (on a bike) or fixed (on foot or at a specific location). They are familiar with the course as well as the communication and first aid procedure.
Our bike route openers dressed in yellow shirts, easily spotted, are essential resources to accompany the leaders of each distance from the start to the finish line. They ensure the safe and efficient passing of our elite athletes.
A first aid medical team is ready at departure and arrival areas. A bike patrol team is present along the courses to make sure everything goes smoothly.
Headphones: we strongly discourage the use of headphones for your safety and the safety of everyone else on the course. However, if you choose to run with headphones, we advise you to use only one headphone and to be aware of surrounding participants and other participants on the course, including emergency vehicles. Thank you.
Overtaking: When you have to overtake a participant, please make sure to leave as much distance as possible between the two of you, (details to come)
PLAN YOUR STAY
Unfortunatly, with many manpower challenges, this service will not ne available in 2022.
The Ville de Mont-Tremblant’s public transit service is free for all users. Consult the website for the schedule: http://www.villedemont-tremblant.qc.ca/fr/citoyens/transport/transport-en-commun-de-mont-tremblant-tcmt. Public transportation is a good way to get back to your hotel after the event
Come cheer on our runners on the 21.1km, 10km, 5km and kids’ 1km courses. Here are the different possible access points for each of the distances.
|21.1km||Start – Place St-Bernard|
|21.1km||Lac Tremblant : Beach & Tennis Club|
|21.1km||KM 7,5 ; Ch. Claude-Lefebvre/Multi-functional trail junction|
|10km et 21.1km||Tourist Information Office (Roundabout Montée Ryan, Rue Labelle) No parking available.
Parking at the Grand Lodge, accessible from Rue Labelle Nord
|10km et 21.1km||Golf Labelle Gray Rocks (Rue Labelle). Parking on ch. Champagne access by Rue LabelleNorth|
|10km et 21.1km||Km 17,6 of the 21.1km – Km 6,5 of the 10km,
Village des Soleils, 1400 rue Labelle. Multiple parking lots
|10km et 21.1km||Parc du Voyageur (Intersection between rue Labelle and rue Coupal). Multiple parking lots|
|10km et 21.1km||Km 20 of the 21.1km – Km 8,9 of the 10km,
Karma Shala Yoga Studio (Rue Labelle and Rue Mercier)
|5km, 10km et 21.1km||MED Tremblant Health Clinic (intersection of rue Labelle and rue De L’École) Several parking lots|
|5km, 10km et 21.1km||Rue de Saint-Jovite (600m section between rue Labelle and the finish line)|
|5km||Km 2,5 RobFit, 5km water station
(Intersection Rue de Saint-Jovite / Rue Vaillancourt)
|5km, 10km et 21.1km||Finish line; Rue de St-Jovite. Event site|
In order for you to plan your travels between 4:30 am and 2:00 pm on Sunday, August 14, here are the changes to the road traffic
- Chemin des Voyageurs will be closed between Chemin de la Forêt and Chemin Curé Deslauriers between 8:30am and 8:50am.
- Chemin Deslauriers will be closed between Chemin des Voyageurs and Chemin Duplessis until all runners have passed, between 8:30am and 8:50am.
- Saint Jovite street will be closed between Leonard street and Mercure street from 4:30am to 1:30am.
- Saint Jovite street will be a one way street (traffic will be eastbound) between Léonard street and Labelle street between 8:15 a.m. and 12:45 p.m.
- All services: restaurants, stores and grocery stores will remain accessible. Approximate duration: 4:30 am to 1:00 pm
MONTÉE RYAN :
- Montée Ryan will be a one-way street (traffic will be northbound) between the tourist office roudabout (Montée Ryan / rue Labelle) and the Lac Tremblant roundabout. Approximate duration: 8:30am to 11:00am
- Labelle Street will be a one-way street (traffic will be northbound) between Saint-Jovite Street and the tourist office roundabout (Montée Ryan / Labelle Street). Approximate duration: 8:30am to 12:00pm
- Once the runners have arrived at Rang 8, Labelle Street will be partially reopened for traffic in both directions. This will be done as the runners progress along the course.
Lost and found items will be brought to the organization office. They will be kept until Friday, August 19, 2022. After this date, they will be donated to the Samaritan. For any request, write to us at email@example.com