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The Cap Crusher is a quad-crushing course around the upper Capilano Canyon, staring and finishing alongside Cleveland Dam. If you are unfamiliar with this trail system you will most certainly be surprised at the beauty and challenge of the Cap Canyon network. On a clear day your eyes will be continually darting between the terrain underfoot, the river to your side, and the scenery overhead. Celebrate spring and St Patrick’s Day, costumes are encouraged.    

La course du Demi-Marathon des Microbrasseries est un événement thématique de course / marche de 5-10-21K chronométré. Des défis de course incroyables pour tous les âges et niveaux. Dégustation de bières de microbrasseries locales et il y a un repas d’après-course inclus à l’arrivée.    

Run Ridge Run is a race offering challenging climbs, descents and technicality over either 13K or 25K routes. The 13K course skirts around Sasamat Lake on the Buntzen Ridge Trail and glimpses Buntzen Lake. The 25K course continues on to attack the Diez Vistas Ridge before following the Lakeview Trail, and then grazing Buntzen Lake before the final climb back up and over to the finish at Sasamat Lake. These trails are local favourites and showcase the beautiful lakes and…

Run Collingwood Half Marathon & 10K is a fast, downhill run through the beautiful fall colours. The Half Marathon course runs right down Collingwood’s “Main Street” then continues out to the rolling countryside towards the Niagara Escarpment. The 10K provides an equally fast, scenic rural run. Charity My Friend’s House  

The 2021 Zoo Run will definitely offer a  virtual race with hopes of in-person events as well. The Zoo Run is a popular and family-friendly event and part of the acclaimed Canada Running Series. The 10K and 5K courses provide a winding tour of the Toronto Zoo including near constant views of the park’s wildlife, but be prepared for a number of hills. Participants enjoy exceptional event organization, race amenities and a family-friendly atmosphere as well as on-course support and entertainment.…

La Course Bryan Liew est un 5K, 10K, et 1K 12 ans et moins, plus un 400 mètres gratuit 6 ans et moins. The 5km race route traces the roads of the magnificent Saddlebrook area of St-Lazare passing small ponds and many beautifully wooded streets. Our young athletes will run a 1K route starting in front of the park on Westwood Street and will finish at the start/finish arch on the track next to the chalet. Charity  Bryan Liew Foundation…

The Candle Creek Half Marathon, hosted by the Wells Gray Outdoors Club with support of many local businesses and organizations, promises to engage and attract runners from near and far to experience a fun race day in Clearwater.  The race has something for everyone, a 5K, 10K, or 21K course option, plus the unique terrain of the Candle Creek trail system will challenge every level of runner. The trails wind through old growth inland rainforests offering scenic views overlooking the…

Taking place in ‘the outdoor recreation capital of Canada’ the Squamish 50 Trail Running Festival begins early on Saturday with the 50 mile (80K) race starting at the Squamish Oceanfront. Participants ascend some 3350m before descending to the finish at Pavilion Park. Incredible climbs, technical trail and inspiring scenery are to be expected. 50K and 23K participants depart on Sunday and should expect similar scenic views and a tough but unforgettable trail running experience. For those wanting a special challenge,…

Located in the picturesque resort town of Mont-Tremblant, this half-marathon event is surely one of Quebec’s most scenic. Half and 10K runners are shuttled to their respective starts north of the town centre where they begin their point-to-point and net downhill journey back to the finish in the downtown Parc au Fil-de-l’Eau. Participants can expect incredible views of mountain lakes, rushing rivers and lush forest along the way and then enjoy the post-race celebrations in one of Canada’s most treasured…

This mountain Half Marathon is a unique race on the circuit, and will be your most memorable. Starting near treeline, you climb over 2000 feet to the summit of Babcock Mountain. There you claim your reward in the spectacular open terrain at the top of the mountain as you begin the descent home. The skyline to the west is a tableau of rugged limestone and snow of the Northern Rockies in summer.