The Island Lake Classic 10K & 5K race starts and ends in picturesque Island Lake Conservation Area, in the Town of Mono, next door to Orangeville. The course is largely groomed trails with plenty of bridge crossings of the lake to guarantee an enjoyable event. The event is fun for the whole family, and admission to the park is free for participants and volunteers. A virtual option is also available.
Ultra Trail Harricana presented by The North Face has become a respected event on the ultra and trail racing scene and takes place in the stunning Charlevoix region of Quebec. Courses take participants deep into the backcountry of Mont Grand-Fonds and pass pristine Boreal forest, shimmering lakes and several mountain ascents, all affording impressive panoramic views. Post-race amenities and refreshments make for an overall memorable experience
The Lost Soul Ultra Marathon takes place in Lethbridge, Alberta and offers a 100M, 100K, and 50K event options. This trail course runs through the river valley coulees on public and private land. Runners are not only challenged by the elements, but also the unrelenting hills, there are elevation changes of approximately 1,200 meters with 16 significant hills over the 54K lap.
The Whistler Alpine Meadows encompasses all of the wonder that Whistler and coastal British Columbia has to offer. Runners will be treated to expansive alpine meadows, blooming wildflowers, a suspension bridge crossing, and views out over a half-dozen backcountry lakes. Not to mention the 360 degree panoramic mountain views as far as the eye can see from atop Whistler and Blackcomb mountains. Participants can choose between the ascent race, 25K, 50K, 100K, or the 100M challenge.
Sample some of the country's finest wines and cuisine as you wind your way through the vineyards of Oliver Osoyoos Wine Country. This race is all about having fun. If you are looking to set a personal record, this probably isn't the event for you. Half Corked Weekend starts with the famous Primavera Dinner on Friday night, and wraps-up Saturday evening with Dinner at the Farm. Enjoy a weekend of delicious food and wine with spectacular views of wine country.
The Haliburton Forest Trail Race takes place in the privately owned Haliburton Forest and Wild Life Reserve Ltd. Participants experience the primal beauty found along the trails at Haliburton Forest, running through the heavily forested, hilly and lakes and streams filled area displaying nature at it's best. The event offers a distance option for all level of runners, from 12K to 26K, to 50K and 50M, all the way up to the signature event, the Haliburton Forest 100 Miler.
The Central Alberta Region defines beautiful trail running and this race is an opportunity to run surrounded by high mountain peaks as you pass through alpine forests. The Canmore Nordic Centre course is combination of groomed double-track & single track mountain bike and x-country ski trails. 5 Peaks races are known for their incredible staff and volunteers, abundant food, great swag, and commitment to sound environmental practices.
Heart Lake Conservation Area, located within the Etobicoke Creek watershed, takes its name from the spring-fed kettle lake, which is roughly shaped like a heart. Runners participating in Race 4 of the Ontario Trail course will experience terrain that is a combination of single-track, x-country ski trails, and hiking trails. This is a true trail run from start to finish. 5 Peaks races are known for their incredible staff and volunteers, abundant food, amazing swag, and a commitment to sound environmental practices.…
The Queen City Marathon is the largest and most popular event in Saskatchewan’s provincial capital offering a distance for everyone runner. All races start near the Conexus Arts Centre and run along the lake and around Wascana Park, one of Canada's largest urban parks. The marathon loops the lake once then follows a flat and scenic out-and-back along the creek using Regina's pedestrian pathway system. *Participants are able to choose between an in-person event and/or virtual race experience.