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Camping, Lodging & Supplies

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Tent camping at The Mountain Institute is highly suggested due to the remote location. There is no additional fee to camp. There are showers and bathrooms, and supplemental portojohns.

Five person dorm rooms are available on site for $15/occupant/night if you do not care to camp. Contact Dave Martin at  dmartin@mountain.org to make arrangements.

For those who do not care to camp or stay in the dorm rooms check out Nelson Rocks lodging in Circleville. It is approximately 30 minutes for the race start. NRocks is offering a 20% discount to Trilogy entrants. Go to their website for reservation information,
http://www.nrocks.com/plan-your-visit/lodging/#guest-rooms

You should bring whatever supplies you may need. There is a Chevron and a small store in Circleville, a 40 minute drive from The Mountain Institute on Rt. 28 as the nearest store and gas is a 40 min drive.

The Upper Falls of Seneca Creek will be passed on the 50k & 50 mile courses
Photo courtesy of Jonathan Jessup

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