Ontario boasts over 80,000 km in trails. Whether you're in downtown Toronto or North of Superior, we have a trail for you.
The Ontario Trails Council is a registered charity, led by volunteers who promote the development, management, use and conservation of Ontario's trails.
You'll find everything from gentle walking trails to rock faces for climbing and water routes to canoe and kayak.
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Monday, January 5, 2015
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A team based snowshoe race combined with navigation by map and compass. Competitors travel on and off-trail to checkpoints located throughout The Blue Mountains stunning forests and parklands. Go as hard, or as easy as you like, however the more checkpoints you collect the higher you’ll rank. Teams of two have up to 3-hours to collect as many checkpoints as possible.
The official training event for this year’s Snowshoe Raid Adventure Run is the Icebreaker Adventure Run. The Icebreaker event includes many of the same adventure running navigation and running skills that will be tested in the Snowshoe Raid. Train as a team or train on your own. Sign up for the free pre-event navigation clinic. DontGetLost Adventure Running also offers advanced navigation clinics.
*no pets permitted at race headquarters or on course.
Teams of 2 (Coed, Male, Female, Masters Coed, Masters Male, Masters Female, Family, Juniors).
Masters teams must have a combined age of 90 or over. Family teams consist of one parent and one child (<= 13). Junior teams have both team members between the ages of 14 and 18. Ages as of Dec. 31, 2015.
RULES & REQUIRED GEAR
All participants are required to review the DontGetLost Adventure Running Series rules and carry the required gear during the race.