ST. GEORGE – Whenever big events like the Ironman 70.3 St. George come to town, questions about how local traffic will be affected follow. What streets will be closed and for how long? To help answer questions about the route and traffic impacts, quick reference guides have been provided by Ironman St. George 70.3 and the City of St. George which are detailed below. Click on images to enlarge.
Road closures, maps and detours
Road closures will affect the area around Sand Hollow State Park/Hurricane, St. George, Snow Canyon State Park and Ivins on Saturday. Various portions of the race route will be affected from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Additional information can be found on the Ironman 70.3 St. George website.
Closures for the cycling portion of the Ironman 70.3 are as follows – Click to enlarge as needed
Biking route map
Closures for the running portion of the Ironman 70.3 are as follows
Running route map
Locations where police will allow individuals to cross the race route – expect delays
Getting around St. George while the Ironman 70.3 takes place, courtesy of the St. George Police Department.
- If possible avoid Telegraph Road, Washington Parkway, Buena Vista Boulevard and Green Springs until noon.
- State route 9 access from Telegraph – Use Interstate 15 access at Exit 10
St. George detours
- Red Cliffs Parkway – use 700 South
- St. George Boulevard westbound – use 700 South
- St. George Boulevard eastbound – use Bluff Street to 700 South to 400 East
State Route 18 northbound – use Sunset Boulevard to Dixie Downs Drive to 1800 North to Tuweap to South Canyon Parkway to SR-18
SR-18 southbound – use Snow Canyon Parkway to Tuweap Drive to 1800 North to Dixie Downs Drive to Sunset Boulevard to Bluff Street
Snow Canyon Parkway eastbound – use Tuweap Drive to 1800 North to Dixie Downs Drive
Snow Canyon Parkway westbound – use Tuweap Drive to Snow Canyon Parkway
Winchester Hills – Ledges Southbound on and off ramp closed. Use 5745 North. Follow the pilot car.
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