Day 6 – Bahia Drake (Osa Peninsula Corcovado Park)
The final day is very much a procession. Depending on the overall standings of the race, this day is very much like the last day of the Tour de France. It’s a beautiful circular route over 23.7km that manages to encompass everything that has gone before it. An early morning run down the middle of a river, climbing and scrambling, dense forests followed by open pastures and then some of the most incredible beaches and coves will bring the 10th edition of the 2014 TCC to a close. Nestled at the rear of the beach at San Josesito, the only checkpoint of the final day waits at 13km. Scenery and courses don’t come much better than this. Each and every runner will witness Corcovado Park in all its glory. The evening beach fire, beers and awards BBQ will be a memory that will last in each and every runners minds for a long time to come.
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