Fragrance Lake Half Marathon
ElevationAscent: 2,731' 833 m
Descent: -2,854' -870 m
High: 1,906' 581 m
Low: 77' 24 m
GradeAvg Grade: 8% (4°)
Max Grade: 45% (24°)
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“A tough early season half marathon popular with those preparing for the Chuckanut 50k.”— Tad Davis
Race - Feb 29, 2020
After crossing the wooden walkway, head right and turn left through the wooden access gate. Head down Fragrance Lake Road for about 200m and turn left onto Lost Lake Trail. You'll climb for about a mile and half and then drop for close to mile before seeing the Rock Trail on your left. Head up the Rock Trail with it's many switchbacks and stairs. Head up Chinscraper to the very top before coming down to the Chuckanut Ridge Trail. Continue on the Chuckanut Ridge Trail for about 2.5 miles where you'll see Dan's Traverse on your left.
At the end of Dan's Traverse you'll come to a dirt road. Take a left and run up Cleator Road a mile where you'll see a small parking area. Take a right on the Fragrance Lake Road extension trail. Head down this trail until it turns into a dirt road. Take a right through the wooden gate.
Take a left onto Fragrance Lake Trail and head down to the Interurban Trail. Turn left and watch for a small trail to your right which will take you down to Chuckanut Drive. Cross this paved road and continue down a gated paved access road to the Clayton Beach Parking Lot. Head down the walkway to the band shell to complete the half marathon course.
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Land Manager: WSP - Larrabee State Park