Weather

Mid-March can be tricky weather...it'll probably be cold and rainy, but we will run, rain or shine!  Our post-race pie party will be indoors in Hangar 30 to help you keep warm and dry.  Fear not!

 

Parking

Limited parking is available in Magnuson Park, but leave enough time to find street parking when the lots fill up! (Click for map)

 

Gear Check

Gear check is available in Hangar 30 for all participants.  Bring layers and stash something warm to wear for the pie party!

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Course

We heard your feedback and are changing our course for 2020!  The Pi Day Dash will be a one-loop 3.14 mile run inside Magnuson Park!  The course will be mostly flat and partially paved/partially gravel trail.

 

Aid

Medical Aid will be available to all participants and EMTs are on standby for any course mishaps!

 

Pie Party

The biggest Pi Day Celebration in Seattle will be in Hangar 30 after the race!  All finishers will get a slice of pie!

 

Photography

Look for our cameras and make sure you're smiling!  Photos will be available and tagged after the race within a couple of days.

 

Risks

As with most sports, participating in a race involves a number of inherent risks, including but not limited to tripping and falling, contact with other participants or spectators and the effects of weather, traffic and road conditions. Because the course is run on park paths and trails, there are posts and possible potholes. Additionally, there may be other foot and bicycle traffic on the course. All participants need to be prepared to avoid obstacles and traffic. In submitting your entry, you are acknowledging your awareness and assumption of all risks associated with your participation. You are certifying that you are medically and physically fit to safely compete in this event.