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Run Off the Grid Trail Run

September 29, 2018

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Deanne Taenzer Race Director 416-553-8555

Races

12K

September 29, 2018 (Saturday) - 08:00
Running
12 kilometers
Trail Solo
 

Ontario’s race with the smallest footprint.

Be a part of the first annual ‘Run Off-the-Grid’ trail run – Ontario’s greenest run offering some of the most breathtaking scenery the province has to offer.

New to trail running or long distance running? Take part in the “Learn to Trail Run”, which encourages participants to walk, jog or run the trails at your own pace. The focus is on ‘completion’ and not the time that it takes to get it done.

The race start/finish and all trails will be right here at Nature’s Harmony. Camping is available all weekend with a post-race dinner and after party celebration on Saturday evening, including bonfire, hot sauna and live accoustic entertainment. Bring your instruments!

Race Details:

Start Location: Nature’s Harmony Ecolodge, Mattawa, ON
Start Time: 8:00 am
Course: 100% trails (double and back)
Time limit: 8 hours. Must make the first 25 km loop in under 4 hours to continue for the 50 km.
Entry Fees:

•25K – $50 Early Bird (Before August 31, 2010), $60 After
•50K – $60 Early Bird (Before August 31, 2010), $70 After
Entry limit: The race will be capped at 100 entries for the first year. Race day registration available, unless cap is reached.
Awards: First male & female overall for each category

What else do I get?
Early birds are guaranteed a T-shirt, all racers will receive sponsorship packages.
Prizes: Burned wood stamped medallion. Prize table.
Facilities: Washrooms & showers at start/finish, water stations, swimming in the Ottawa River
Aid Stations: Start/finish and roughly every 5 km. Water, heed and snacks.
Post Race: Post race meal, awards and evening after-party including bonfire and guest musical performance.
Directors: Jen & Tzach Elnekave, Dustin Demille and Deanne Taenzer
Directions: Click on “Contact Us” button.

Accommodation:

•Free group camping available at Nature’s Harmony event site for both Friday and Saturday

50K Trail Run

September 29, 2018 (Saturday) - 08:00
Cut off: 08:00 hours
Running
50 kilometers
Trail Solo
 

Ontario’s race with the smallest footprint.

Be a part of the first annual ‘Run Off-the-Grid’ trail run – Ontario’s greenest run offering some of the most breathtaking scenery the province has to offer.

New to trail running or long distance running? Take part in the “Learn to Trail Run”, which encourages participants to walk, jog or run the trails at your own pace. The focus is on ‘completion’ and not the time that it takes to get it done.

The race start/finish and all trails will be right here at Nature’s Harmony. Camping is available all weekend with a post-race dinner and after party celebration on Saturday evening, including bonfire, hot sauna and live accoustic entertainment. Bring your instruments!

Race Details:

Start Location: Nature’s Harmony Ecolodge, Mattawa, ON
Start Time: 8:00 am
Course: 100% trails (double and back)
Time limit: 8 hours. Must make the first 25 km loop in under 4 hours to continue for the 50 km.
Entry Fees:

•25K – $50 Early Bird (Before August 31, 2010), $60 After
•50K – $60 Early Bird (Before August 31, 2010), $70 After
Entry limit: The race will be capped at 100 entries for the first year. Race day registration available, unless cap is reached.
Awards: First male & female overall for each category

What else do I get?
Early birds are guaranteed a T-shirt, all racers will receive sponsorship packages.
Prizes: Burned wood stamped medallion. Prize table.
Facilities: Washrooms & showers at start/finish, water stations, swimming in the Ottawa River
Aid Stations: Start/finish and roughly every 5 km. Water, heed and snacks.
Post Race: Post race meal, awards and evening after-party including bonfire and guest musical performance.
Directors: Jen & Tzach Elnekave, Dustin Demille and Deanne Taenzer
Directions: Click on “Contact Us” button.

Accommodation:

•Free group camping available at Nature’s Harmony event site for both Friday and Saturday

25K Trail Run

September 29, 2018 (Saturday) - 08:00
Cut off: 08:00 hours
Running
25 kilometers
Trail Solo
 

Ontario’s race with the smallest footprint.

Be a part of the first annual ‘Run Off-the-Grid’ trail run – Ontario’s greenest run offering some of the most breathtaking scenery the province has to offer.

New to trail running or long distance running? Take part in the “Learn to Trail Run”, which encourages participants to walk, jog or run the trails at your own pace. The focus is on ‘completion’ and not the time that it takes to get it done.

The race start/finish and all trails will be right here at Nature’s Harmony. Camping is available all weekend with a post-race dinner and after party celebration on Saturday evening, including bonfire, hot sauna and live accoustic entertainment. Bring your instruments!

Race Details:

Start Location: Nature’s Harmony Ecolodge, Mattawa, ON
Start Time: 8:00 am
Course: 100% trails (double and back)
Time limit: 8 hours. Must make the first 25 km loop in under 4 hours to continue for the 50 km.

Entry Fees:

  • 25K – $50 Early Bird (Before August 31, 2010), $60 After
  • 50K – $60 Early Bird (Before August 31, 2010), $70 After

Entry limit: The race will be capped at 100 entries for the first year. Race day registration available, unless cap is reached.
Awards: First male & female overall for each category

What else do I get?
Early birds are guaranteed a T-shirt, all racers will receive sponsorship packages.
Prizes: Burned wood stamped medallion. Prize table.
Facilities: Washrooms & showers at start/finish, water stations, swimming in the Ottawa River
Aid Stations: Start/finish and roughly every 5 km. Water, heed and snacks.
Post Race: Post race meal, awards and evening after-party including bonfire and guest musical performance.

Directors: Jen & Tzach Elnekave, Dustin Demille and Deanne Taenzer

Accommodation:

  • Free group camping available at Nature’s Harmony event site for both Friday and Saturday