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Niagara Falls is truly an international experience. It is one of only a few events to start in one country and finish in another. The point-to-point marathon course begins in Buffalo, N.Y., then participants cross the Peace Bridge into neighbouring Fort Erie, Ontario. After completing a loop of the historic city, participants follow the scenic Niagara Parkway along the mighty Niagara River toward the world famous finish at the majestic Horseshoe Falls. Participants can expect an exceptional level of organization,…

The Lewiston Ultra is a 60KM solo & relay (2 & 3 person) mountain trail event connecting the communities of Salmon Arm and Sicamous in the gorgeous Shuswap, British Columbia. This point to point ultramarathon starts at Klahani Park in Salmon Arm, runs through the South Canoe trail system, then journeys into into the gorgeous Larch Hills Traverse where runners experience viewpoints overlooking Shuswap and Mara Lake(s). Runners are encouraged to stick around for post race food and drinks.  

First run in 1983, the Klondike Road Relay offers breath-taking scenery, team camaraderie, physical challenge and gracious northern hospitality.  The 175km race, from Skagway to Whitehorse, commemorates the Gold Rush Stampeders who climbed the famous White Pass to the Yukon over 100 years ago. The race starts on Friday evening and continues non-stop until Saturday afternoon for the finish in Whitehorse. Teams complete ten individual legs which range from about 10K to 25K and offer incredible and scenic views to…

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In Ragnar Trail Relays, teams of 8 or 4-members run relay-style on three different single track loops that start and finish at Ragnar Village. Teams run day and night until each member has completed all three trail loops.  

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The TranSelkirks is a multi-day, point-to-point trail running experience based out of Revelstoke. The run is a multi-day trail running adventure which allows athletes to access and traverse wild and remote landscapes, while building camaraderie, overcoming adversity and sharing a singular adventure. Runners may choose to enter the race as a team of 2-5 people, or run solo, plus runners can choose to participate in the 3 or 5 day trail run.  

Every August long weekend in the town of Grande Cache, hundreds of eager participants embark on one of the world’s most challenging courses in what has been dubbed “Canada’s toughest race.” The 125K course at the foot of the majestic Rocky Mountains includes extreme trails, mountain summits, a major river crossing and over 5,000m of elevation change. The event includes both individual ultra or marathon distances, or a team relay options. Make it a family event and bring the kids…

The Sinister 7, inspired by the treacherous Seven Sisters Mountain which looms over the course, may prove to be the greatest challenge a runner ever faces. The 100 mile or 50 mile course can be covered individually or as part of a team relay with up to seven members. The course takes participants through some of the most rugged, remote but beautiful terrain in Alberta’s majestic Rocky Mountains and is split into seven stages, each featuring a unique geographic and…

This popular relay is among Alberta’s top-rated road races and limited to 180 teams (who can pay extra to guarantee their spot). The 100 mile (161K) course begins among the rolling hills of Longview in southwestern Alberta and includes ten legs that range in distance from 10K to 20K and in difficulty based on the length and elevation profile. The race starts early on Saturday morning and participants make their way along highway 541 towards the majestic Rocky Mountains. The…

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Bear Mountain is a true gem that many in the Fraser Valley running community adore. With challenging climbs and flowy single track, you’ll be inspired regardless of the distance you choose. The 21K route also showcases neighbouring, Red Mountain, giving runners a great taste of the beautiful Fraser Valley location. All the routes are loop-based and will tour through mossy forests, tall trees, and openings displaying the surrounding mountain ranges.    

The Cedar Ultra is a 3/6/12/24/48 hour ultramarathon in beautiful Hemer Provincial Park. You will compete against the clock to see how far you or your team can go. The race takes place on a 3.3K loop on the trails in Hermer Park and participants will run as many laps as possible until the last half hour where runners move to a smaller out and back of 1km until the time ends then your distance will be noted. The one…