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An ever popular event on the Quebec trail racing circuit, Tour du Lac Brome offers a unique and challenging experience for participants of all abilities. For those craving a challenge, the 22.2K race takes place on Saturday, and navigates the rolling country roads of the Eastern Townships on a point-to-point course. The popular 20K on Sunday features a complete loop on the rolling hills around Lac Brome complete with incredible countryside views.  A 4.5K, 9K on trails and 5K ,…

Cape to Cabot is one of Newfoundland and Labrador’s premier road racing events  and it has been called “the toughest race in Eastern North America.” The 20K course is one of the most challenging around, with four significant climbs and very little flat running. It is point-to-point and covers beautiful and historic ground along the way, including two national historic parks and the St. John’s waterfront.      

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The Valley Vertikiller is a challenging point-to-point trail race offering multiple distance options. The distances feature a grueling ascent up the peak of Sumas Mountain, complimented by views of the picturesque Chadsey Lake, and a flowy descent through the beautiful Fraser Valley. The majority of the course is on single-track trails, expect this race to test your skills.  

The Beaver Flat 50 is the best worst thing you’ll do in September. The course is a hilly, hard-as-hell trail run at Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park. The terrain is off-camber very narrow animal trail, lined with cacti, juniper bushes, rocks, and sand. Prepare for over 2300 meters of vertical gain across 50 kilometers; it will feel like hill repeats in the worst kind of way. If you are looking for a challenge this is the event for you.  

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 Spartan Race series features several events across Canada. All races are timed, judged and incorporate natural and artificial obstacles to create a highly unique and challenging race experience. All participants receive a signature race shirt, an awesome finisher’s medal, and best of all, bragging rights over all their friends. After the race, stick around for the post-race festival. Charity Shriners Hospitals for Children  

The Spartan Race series features several events across Canada. All races are timed, judged and incorporate natural and artificial obstacles to create a highly unique and challenging race experience. All participants receive a signature race shirt, an awesome finisher’s medal, and best of all, bragging rights over all their friends. After the race, stick around for the post-race festival. Charity Shriners Hospitals for Children

The Spartan Race series features several events across Canada. All races are timed, judged and incorporate natural and artificial obstacles to create a highly unique and challenging race experience.  All participants receive a signature race shirt, an awesome finisher’s medal, and best of all, bragging rights over all their friends. After the race, stick around for the post-race festival. Charity Shriners Hospitals for Children

The Iron Legs Mountain Races are held near Bragg Creek in Kananaskis Country, and can be run either solo or as a relay team of 2 or 3 runners. All 3 distance options, 100K, 60K, or 50M, offer amazing views of the Canadian Rockies and fantastic single track that will challenge every runner. The course is mostly on single track trails with some fire roads and lots of elevation change. **2020 event will be a virtual race

The Herring Run is run on a 10K loop, run once or twice depending on your gumption. It is mostly on single and double track with 2 paved road crossings. The trail runs by two inland ponds and about a 1/2 mile along the rocky shore of Passamaquoddy  (pass-uh-muh-kwoddy) Bay. The route also crosses a good size cove at low tide. Many private landowners have been gracious enough to open up their property for the event.