Answers for those basic questions.
When is XTERRA Laguna Beach?
XTERRA Laguna Beach will take place on Sunday, September 25, 2022.
How Do I register for XTERRA Laguna Beach?
Register online HERE.
How much does the race cost?
Entry Fees can be found HERE.
Are strollers allowed on the course?
Are dogs allowed on the course?
NO! While we love pets, we ask everyone to leave their animal family members at home.
Are there restrooms at the event?
YES! There are plenty of restrooms located the Transition Area and around the park.
Where do I park?
The event is at CRYSTAL COVE STATE PARK, just 10 minutes south of Newport Beach in Orange County, CA. The park is located off Pacific Coast Highway between Corona del Mar and Laguna Beach, California with easy access from I-5, 405 and 73.
From the 405 South, take the 73 South to Macarthur Blvd. Take this to PCH and go south to El Moro/Crystal Cove State Park. Turn left into the park and follow the signs! Parking is $15.00 at the State Parks. Correct change is appreciated. Support your State Parks and park in the lots (and don’t park in the dirt)!
From South OC – take PCH to the Park. Or the 73 Toll Road if you wish (exit El Toro and take this to Laguna Beach). Once you reach PCH – turn north to Crystal Cove State Park.
For a map – CLICK HERE.
Are there age/division awards?
YES! Age group awards will be distributed to the XTERRA Long and Short Courses and the 13k & 6k Trail Run. The top 3 in each age division get awards and they will be available for pickup race day at the Awards Tent at the Expo.
Where can I find race results?
Race results can be found here <will go live after event>.
Can I ride a Gravel Bike?
Yes! We are excited to announce that the 2022 event is part of the new USAT Gravel Triathlon Series (gravel bikes are allowed)! Click HERE for more info.
Can I volunteer?
I have suddenly changed my mind, can I get a refund?
XTERRA Laguna Beach does not authorize refunds at any time, NO EXCEPTIONS.
Natural Disaster Policy – If an Act of God/Terrorism/Community Disaster occurs, what happens?
1. We make decisions based on safety first.
2. The government entities that manage the areas we are permitted to use, will also make a decision.
3. Race courses and race date will be altered as seen fit by race management and California State Parks.
4. Athletes in a postponed race will be transferred to the rescheduled date at no charge.
5. Generic Events cannot accept the risk of a disaster for everyone. Each athlete needs to accept the risk of his or her entry fee. There will be NO REFUNDS. The money you paid is spent developing the race.
Why? We do not save any money if the race is postponed or you choose not to participate. We have paid for every supply and service needed for that race. We pay for all race supplies or services associated with that race, regardless of the outcome. These include paying for permits, our staff, offices, and administration costs all year. It’s not ideal, and nobody likes wasting money, but we unfortunately cannot predict what will happen on race day.
Race Conduct – We will not tolerate any inappropriate behavior to any of our volunteers or staff. If you have a complaint please direct these to Brennan Lindner at [email protected]. Failure to follow this guideline will result in disqualification from the event and possibly being banned from future events. Seriously. We’re all out here for some fun, so let’s have some!