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Nimble Bear is one tough cookie of a race. Whether you participate in the 10K, 25K or 50K events, you’ll be sure to feel challenged. The 50K course will roughly be 2 loops of the 25K, which is notably one of the hardest of its distance within BC, with 3350 feet of technical and steep terrain. The 10K is no small potato either with 1,400 feet elevation gain. The terrain in all 3 distances is mostly single-track. Registration opens January…

The Fat Ass Trail Run started 10 years ago with 23 people and has grown to over 700. The event is held on private property so there are limits to what, when and how things are marked, as well as, limiting the impact on the natural surroundings. Trail running typically requires runners to be more vigilant about their surroundings and requires them to take the responsibility of knowing where they are. Everyone is welcome; fast, slow, young, old, runners and…

The Phantom Run is a relaxed and fun winter fundraising race through the lower reaches of the North Shore undulating trails near the Seymour River. Run technical and non-technical trails, with some steep climbs and descents. Post race enjoy, hot soup, and other delights. Participants are encouraged to bring some packaged food to donate the Harvest Project. Fee(s) $45-60 (25K/19.5K); $40-60 (12K) Charity Harvest Project

The Beav Trail Race is named after the Beaver Dam Trail that runs through Hilton Falls Conservation Area. Hilton Falls is hidden gem for outdoor enthusiasts and is known to have some of the best trails around. The course is primarily made up of fast, groomed trails with some short but tougher and more technical sections thrown into the mix. Fee(s) $80-95 (50K); $65-80 (25K); $50-65 (10K) Charity Movember Foundation

The Valley Vertikiller is a challenging point-to-point trail race offering both 16K and 25K distances. The 25K is a killer race with nearly 1,500m of elevation gain, and the 16K is a vertical beast with over 1,100m. Both 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…

This race is based on a 5K loop around Christie Lake. The loop is non-technical and mostly flat making the course fast and runnable. The trail surface consists primarily of dirt and is non-technical. Fee(s) $80-95 (50K); $65-80 (25K); $50-65 (10K); $40-50 (5K) Charity Hamilton Conservation Authority

The Bromont Ultra contributes to a better world, one step at a time! Organized 100% by volunteers, the event is also supported by many sponsors. Since its founding in 2014, the Bromont Ultra has quickly become the rendezvous of choice for people and businesses who want to excel at all levels but especially in their social involvement. All funds that are raised by the participants of Bromont Ultra will be attributed to various causes through Ultragiving foundation that maximizes the…

Run for the Toad is among Canada’s most vibrant and popular trail races. Participants complete several loops of the 12.5K course that is generally non-technical, but contains some rolling hills, twists and turns. The start and end of each loop is at the race headquarters designated “Tent City.” In addition to an exceptionally organized event, and a fun, family-friendly atmosphere, participants rave about the sit down, white table cloth, post race dinner and great swag. Fees $103-133 (50K); $99-129 (12.5K &…

With a mission to create fun and challenging running experiences, UpRiver Running has created the Fall Races 10K, 25K, 50K. The races are run on mostly single track. The 10K event is a single loop course that heads from into Shuniah Mines and back, this a great race for anyone new to trail running. The 25K event is run on and out and back course that tours Shuniah Mines, then making its way to Cascade Conservation area, and then head…

Come be a part of Northern Ontario’s longest, toughest and most remote trail run.  Enjoy breathtaking scenery of the Laurentain Mountains in the peak of the autumn colours. The course is 100% trail and completely remote, it is you, your footsteps and the quiet of the wilderness. The course is a 12.5 K loop with a mix of terrain from various single track sections, old forest logging roads, rolling hills, super steep hills, fast flatter sections, technical rocky sections, creek crossings…