|Half Iron Triathlon (70.3) :|
|Triathlon : Swim 1.2 Miles, Bike 56 Miles, Run 13.1 Miles|
|Half Iron Aquabike :|
|Aquabike : Swim 1.2 Miles, Bike 56 Miles|
|Olympic Triathlon :|
|Triathlon : Swim 1500 Meters, Bike 24.9 Miles, Run 6.2 Miles|
|Olympic Aquabike :|
|Aquabike : Swim 1500 Meters, Bike 24.9 Miles|
|Sprint Triathlon :|
|Triathlon : Swim 500 Meters, Bike 12.4 Miles, Run 3.1 Miles|
|Sprint KayaTri :|
|Triathlon : Kayak/Canoe/SUP 2 Miles, Bike 12.4 Miles, Run 3.1 Miles|
|Sprint Duathlon :|
|Duathlon : Run 1.6 Miles, Bike 12.4 Miles, Run 3.1 Miles|
|Sprint Aquabike :|
|Aquabike : Swim 500 Meters, Bike 12.4 Miles|
|Super Sprint Triathlon :|
|Triathlon : Swim 200 Meters, Bike 6.2 Miles, Run 1.6 Miles|
2022 High Cliff Triathlon & Multi-Sport Festival:
High Cliff is the only state-owned recreational area on Lake Winnebago, Wisconsin’s largest lake. The park has a marina, historic sites, a campground, picnic areas and shelters, a beach, watchable wildlife, an observation tower, and play areas. Many facilities including a specially-designed cabin, are accessible for people with disabilities.
High Cliff gets its name from the limestone cliff of the Niagara Escarpment, which parallels the eastern shore of Lake Winnebago. This ledge extends northeasterly to the Door County peninsula and on to Niagara Falls, New York.
A 125-acre area within the 1,147-acre park is designated as a state natural area, recognizing its excellent cliff environments, an undisturbed wet-mesic forest, and more than a mile of Lake Winnebago shoreline. Effigy mounds are important archaeological features.
HISTORY OF THE AREA
The Niagara Escarpment, often called “the ledge,” was formed by the settling and hardening of limy ooze at the bottom of the Silurian Sea, which covered much of Wisconsin nearly 400 million years ago. Later, the flat-lying dolomite was tilted downward to the southeast by earth forces, leaving its higher western edge exposed at the earth’s surface.
Between 1,000 and 1,500 years ago, nomadic Siouan Indians built effigy mounds in what is now the park. There are four panther-shaped mounds, two buffalo-shaped mounds, conical mounds, and a linear mound.
As long ago as the 1880s, this area was noted for its breathtaking views of Lake Winnebago.
From 1895 to 1956, a limestone quarry and a kiln to extract the lime from the stone operated here. Workers drilled holes in the stone and used dynamite to blast it loose. The lime extracted in the kiln was sent throughout the Midwest for use in plaster and cement and to apply to soil to reduce acidity. Other limestone from the quarry was used for brick mortar and crushed into gravel. Horses pulled dump wagons of limestone to an area above the kiln until 1946, when they were replaced by a dump truck.
As many as 40 people worked at the operation, including drillers, a blasting specialist, stone crushers, teamsters, barrel makers, laborers, and a blacksmith. Many were recent immigrants from Hungary. In its heyday, the lime industry supported a small “company town” consisting of 16 houses for workers, a store (including a post office, telegraph office, and company office), and a tavern, all owned by the Western Lime and Cement Co.
The state bought the land in 1956 and opened the park in 1957.
A beautiful park with its cliff popping out of the ground. Swim deep water is about 50m off shore in Wisconsin’s largest lake. Being the largest lake it can get rough but that is up to mother nature. The bike course is rolling much of the way on smooth county roads. The run course will utilize much of the parks groomed trails as well as area roads.
- -) 2004-2021 Race Results:
2021 Results: not available ???
2020 Results: Cancelled due to Covid-19
2019 Results at: athlinks.com or USAT
2018 Results at: athlinks.com or USAT
2017 Results: not available ???
2016 Results: not available ???
2015 Results: not available ???
2014 Results at: athlinks.com
2013 Results at: athlinks.com or USAT
2012 Results at itiming.com: Searchable
• 2012 Half Results: Division / Age Group - .pdf files
• 2012 Sprint Results: Division / Age Group - .pdf files
2011 Results at itiming.com: Searchable
• 2011 Half Results: Division / Age Group - .pdf files
• 2011 Sprint Results: Division / Age Group - .pdf files
2010 Results at itiming.com:
• 2010 Half Results: Division / Age Group - .pdf files
• 2010 Sprint Results: Division / Age Group - .pdf files
2009 Results at itiming.com:
• 2009 Half Results: Division / Age Group / Searchable
• 2009 Sprint Results: Division / Age Group / Searchable
2008 Results at: itiming.com or athlinks.com
2007 Results at: itiming.com or athlinks.com
2006 Results at: itiming.com or athlinks.com
2005 Results at: itiming.com or athlinks.com
2004 Results at itiming.com: Overall / Age Group / Searchable
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