This fast, scenic course begins at Southridge High School, home of the Skyhawks, then travels through the Greenway neighborhood and up Hall Boulevard toward the south edge of Old Town Beaverton. Breathe in the aroma of freshly baked bread from the Oroweat Baking Company as you make your way to the Fanno Creek Greenway Trail, where the sights and sounds of nature will soothe you from mile 7.5 to mile 9.5. When Southridge High comes into view, you are in the home stretch to the finish line, as your friends and family cheer you on!
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Road Closures and Participant/Volunteer Parking
Many roads will be closed 6:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (noon), May 28. The routes to all three schools from Beaverton, using Hall Blvd and from 217 using Hall, and from Scholls Ferry are all so posted.
Have your race bib handy as you travel to the start so it can be shown to Beaverton Police Department that you are registered so you can get through if stopped.
Addresses of School Lots for Parking and Walking Distance to Start Line
12250 SW Conestoga Drive (Beaverton OR 97008)
Approximately 1/3 of a mile ~ 10 minutes
9150 SW Downing Drive (Beaverton OR 97008)
Approximately 1/2 mile ~ 10-15 minutes
13800 SW Brockman Road (Beaverton OR 97008)
1 mile ~ 20 minutes
Drop your kid and run!
Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District is offering childcare for ages 6 months to 12 years during the 2017 Rose Festival Half Marathon at the Conestoga Recreation and Aquatic Center (adjacent to Southridge High School) from 6:15 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Interested parents must sign up for a free THPRD account before pre-registering their children at $35 per child. Activities will include games, arts & crafts, snacks and other age appropriate activities.