Fat Dog 120 Trail Race

Fat Dog 120 Trail Race Manning Park, British Columbia, Canada

The Fat Dog 120 Trail Race may be the most scenic ultra race in Canada. The challenging point to point race straddles 3 stunning provincial parks, and one recreational area in British Columbia's Cascade Mountains. Expect stunning alpine views, meadows of wildflowers, a good mix of technical and non-technical trails, very little forest service road, a challenging profile, enthusiastic volunteers, and a lake at the end for soaking.    

The Middle Path Ultra and Trail Race

Middle Path Ultra Kawartha Nordic, Ontario, Canada

The Middle Path Ultra is a chance to enjoy the beautiful and challenging trails of Kawartha Nordic. Organized by the Kawartha Lakes Lightning, enjoy the beautiful and challenging trails of Kawartha Nordic.

The ENDURrun

ENDURrun Conestogo, Ontario, Canada

The ENDURrun is an eight day, seven stage event that totals 80K of running and racing. The “ultimate” competition is for individuals looking to test their maximal endurance.  All stages take place in and around the region of Waterloo and offer excellent organization and race day amenities.    

Dirty Feet Heartbreak 100

Hearthbreak Ultra Kamloops, British Columbia

The  Dirty Feet Heartbreak 100 is a very runnable 100K or 50K course at the Stake Lake Nordic Centre.  The course has a mix of single track, double track, hills, rocks and roots along the way. This run is for all levels of runners, and there is also a 25K and Relay option. The trails are awesome and have great views, a lush landscape with lots of birds and ponds along the way. Expect great swag, a professionally marked course,…

Uniformed Services Run

Uniformed Services Marathon Bowring Park, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

The Uniformed Services Run is oldest marathon in Canada having first been run in 1950, and the third-oldest in North America (after New York and Boston). This is one of the biggest races in Newfoundland & Labrador which also includes a relay and half-marathon, and 10K options. The races utilize a 21.1K loop —which marathoners complete twice—that starts and finishes in Bowring Park and offers a scenic tour of downtown St. John's and Quidi Vidi Lake.    

Uniformed Services Run 10K/Half Marathon/Relay

Uniformed Services Run 10K/Half Marathon/Relay St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

Uniformed Services Run 10K/Half Marthon/Relay is organized by the Athletics NorthEAST running Club. The USR was created to support charities chosen by our Uniformed Services, and all proceeds are donated to the charity chosen by the previous year's Battle of the Badges winner.      

Fernie Half Marathon

Fernie Half Marathon Fernie, British Columbia, Canada

The Fernie Half Marathon is a 21 km run through the extensive trail system in Fernie, B.C. The trails follow along the Elk River, across the foot of Mount Fernie, along wooded areas in Coal Creek and through Fernie’s beautiful James White Park. The event also offers a 3 person relay or a 10K Run/Walk option. All races start and finish at the Fernie Annex Park.  

Grizzly Canmore Ultra Marathon and Relay

The annual Grizzly Canmore Ultra Marathon and Relay is one of Canada's largest and most popular ultra races. Trail runners come from near and far to tackle the 50km course solo or team up for the two- or five-person relays. This destination trail race offers challenging trails surrounded by beautiful mountain landscapes.  

Prince Edward Island Marathon

Prince Edward Island Marathon Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada

PEI Marathon weekend is a two-day event that includes categories for every runner or walker in the family. The Marathon is a scenic point-to-point course starting inside the National Park,  Brackley Beach Entrance and ends in downtown Charlottetown with breath taking scenery during the entire route. Event categories include: Marathon, Half Marathon, 16K Run & Walk, 10K Run & Walk, 5K Run & Walk, Corporate/Team Relay and Kids Run. New for 2022, the PEI Marathon offers a combo rate for…

Legs for Literacy

Legs for Literacy Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada

Legs for Literacy was started in 2000 by a small group of local runners and a team of enthusiastic volunteers. They saw a need for a community running event and decided that any funds raised would go to local school literacy programs. The first event included 5 and 10 km distances. Over the years the race grew to include the half marathon distance, and due to amazing support from the running community and business sponsors, the race has continues to…