Ironman road closures, detours, course maps; Sand Hollow advisory

ST. GEORGE – Whenever big events like the St. George Marathon or Ironman St. George  come to town, questions from the public about the race route – and the road closures and detours that accompany it – aren’t far behind.  To help answer questions motorists and perspective spectators may have about the  route, quick reference guides have been provided by Ironman St. George and are detailed below. Click on images to enlarge.

Attention: Spectators planning to attend the swimming portion of the Ironman at Sand Hollow Reservoir must arrive at the Washington County Fairgrounds between 5:30 a.m. and 6:30 a.m. Shuttle service will be provided for the remainder of the drive to Sand Hollow. Spectators will not be able to return to the Fairgrounds until the last triathlete has cleared the water and left the area.

Road Closures and Detours

The following roads will be closed on May 5, alternative detours are also listed below.

Image courtesy of Ironman St. George.
Image courtesy of Ironman St. George

Parking map

Image courtesy of Ironman St. George.

Downtown St. George 

Image courtesy of Ironman St. George.

Diagonal Street and Main Street area 

Image courtesy of Ironman St. George.

Castle Rock/200o North Exit

Image courtesy of Ironman St. George.

Paradise Canyon area

Image courtesy of Ironman St. George.

Tuweap area

Image courtesy of Ironman St. George.

Bike route

Image courtesy of Ironman St. George.

 

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2 Comments

  • Doug Gordon May 5, 2012 at 6:23 am

    I know it probably is hard to put together maps and info on traffic closed etc. but I am older and even with a magnifying glass, I couldn’t read much of the information. This is meant as suggestion not to criticize. I’m’ sure it is an awsome task. Thanks

  • -Mike- May 5, 2012 at 12:53 pm

    Even on my phone I am able to clearly read the maps… Thanks for the consolidated info.

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