Course Map

The Camel Trot 2021 Course

(course changes effective 07/28/2021)

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Course Notes (updated 07/28/2021):

  • Upon arrival, all persons will enter the main terminal entrance and walk through the building to the registration desk. Volunteer staff will be present to assist you.
  • All persons must stay within the red-dotted line shown on the map and must stay in the area between the Camel Caravan advocacy bus and the terminal building when outside. Persons are permitted anytime in the common areas of the terminal building, such as the restrooms.
  • The Green section of the course map is the same going out and returning to the start/finish. The Red section is a one-way loop and is all on the property of DirectLink.
  • In the DirectLink area, there may be a few workers using the parking lots. Use caution and watch for moving vehicles.
  • The course will be marked with flour and there will also be "The Camel Trot" directional signs at strategic locations.
  • The course is mostly pavement in good condition. As shown on the map, there is a section of grass and a section with rough and broken pavement in both directions. There are two moderate hills in both directions.
  • Weather permitting, there will be a water station near the entrance of the DirectLink property (the Red section of the course map).
  • Map/notes accurate as of 07/28/21. Changes may occur due to updated Covid-19 or security rules, and other concerns.
  • Thanks to everyone for attending and for your cooperation in making this another great Camel Trot!

 

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