Spectator Information
Designated Viewing Areas
See the Course

Mile 2: The intersection of Las Amigas and Duhig Road

You must access this spot from Hwy 121 to Cuttings Wharf Rd to Las Amigas Rd. Parking is located on Las Amigas Rd or at or at Liana Winery; do not park on Duhig Rd. Remember, there is NO Parking at the start area and cars are not allowed on the course.

Mile 7.5 @ the intersection of Burndale Road and Highway 121

Arrive by 7:00am to park at Carneros Brewing Co. or park at Fremont Diner (good breakfast!) and walk over 1/4 mile.

Mile 11.4 @ Denmark and 7th St.

Park along Denmark between 5th St E and 7th St. E.

The Final 1/4 mile

You may view the finish along East Napa St. between 2nd St. E and Sonoma Plaza. Please be mindful of cars turning left onto Napa St. from Broadway if watching from the plaza.

Several organizations in the region have great resources for helping you plan your visit to the Napa and Sonoma areas. Thumb through the organizations listed below for recreational activity ideas, restaurant suggestions, winery maps, and more.

Visit Napa Valley

Welcome to the official travel website for the legendary Napa Valley. Find a place to stay with our hotel and lodging listings, discover world-acclaimed wineries, Michelin-star restaurants, healing spas, cultural arts, outdoor recreation, and special offers at Napa Valley hotels, resorts, and bed & breakfast inns.

For more information, visit visitnapavalley.com.

Visit Sonoma Country

With more than 425 wineries, miles of rugged Pacific coastline, towering redwood forests, and its close proximity to San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, Sonoma County is a traveler’s dream vacation spot in California. Sonoma County represents the best of Northern California — premium wine, farm-to-table dining, unique resorts and spas, and over 50 state and regional parks. Breathtaking Highway 1 delights visitors with crashing waves, sea lions and otters sunning on the beaches, and fantastic sunsets that color the sky in brilliant hues. Tasting rooms in the world-class Sonoma wine region range from simple and rustic to elaborate wine castles

For more information, visit www.sonomacounty.com.

Sonoma Valley Visitor’s Bureau

It’s a magical state of mind, a historic legacy, a leader in sustainable tourism, a home to America’s first CittaSlow or “slow” city, a mecca for the senses and a pastoral slice of paradise. And just 45 miles north of San Francisco, you’ll find our paradise makes for an incredibly convenient getaway.

For more information, visit www.sonomavalley.com.

Sonoma County Vintners

Whether you are looking for an old favorite or hoping to discover a new gem, you have come to the right place.

Search for Sonoma County wineries by region, by name, or by feature.

Need tour ideas? Take a look at our suggested tasting routes.

Sonoma County has 13 distinctive wine regions offering a wide range of world class wines. Our geographical diversity and coastal locale mean that our wines are well-balanced and food friendly.

Where will you go today?

For more information, visit www.sonomawine.com.

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