WA/Seattle - Barefoot Mile

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  1. Barefoot TJ

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    The Barefoot Mile

    The Barefoot Mile is Seattle's first Barefoot race. The entire course is on well maintained grass for your foot's enjoyment. We will have a shoe check in area if you wish to check your shoe's with our volunteers. Yes, we will allow the 5 fingered shoes if you are dying to try them out but no racing flats or other shoes. Our second of the two races we will encourage all to go barefoot.



    Date & Time:

    Sunday, August 28 - we will have two races one at 4pm as well as another at 4:30pm. Your entry allows you to run both events if you wish!

    Day of registration and pre-registered pick up : 2:45pm-3:45pm

    Free Barefoot Kids Dash: 3:45pm

    Barfoot Mile Race #1: 4pm

    Barefoot Mile race #2: 4:30pm wh

    Where:

    The Sports Meadow at:

    Sand Point Way NE and NE 65th St
    Seattle, WA 98115


    Directions:

    Use the 74th St Entrance, and follow the map below.

    From Interstate 5 you can exit at either N.E. 45th Street (Exit #169) or N.E. 65th Street (Exit #171).

    From the N.E. 45th Street exit, go east on 45th, past the University of Washington, and down the 45th Street ramp. Continue east past University Village Shopping Center. Bear left and continue about 2 miles on Sand Point Way. You will pass Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center and Sand Point Village/Princeton Avenue.

    From the I-5 N.E. 65th Street exit, head east approximately four miles on 65th (stay on the arterial!) until you have crossed Sand Point Way N.E. into the N.E. 74th Street entrance to Warren G. Magnuson Park.

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  2. monkeywaxwell

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    Is there a walkway/sidewalk option around the grassy area for those who prefer asphalt or concrete?
     
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  3. griffin

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    Or a dirt/gravel path?
     

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