Trail Series

Races 25-34km

Forest Lea Trail Run

Join in the inaugural running of the Forest Lee Trail Run!

The Beav Trail Race

Come join us for one of our most popular events: The Beav. Hilton Falls Conservation Area is known to have some of the best trails around. This course is primarily made up of fast, groomed trails with some short but tougher and more technical sections thrown into the mix.

Sticks N’ Stones Trail Race

Race date and details to be confirmed.

The Sticks n’ Stones Trail Race takes place on the beautiful trails of the Christie Lake Conservation Area in Dundas, ON.  The course is a 5k loop on groomed, rolling trails that will have participants run around the lake and across the dam. The course is well marked, non-technical, and has 2 aid stations each loop; the first aid station is 2k into the loop and the second is at the start/finish area.

Suntrail Pure Grit Trail Race

Proceeds from this event go to support Georgian Bay Nordic, a youth cross-country ski race team.

Distances: 2.5, 5, 7.5, 15, 30, 52.5 km

Start Times:

7:30 am - 30 km and 52.5 km (distances not exact)

8:30 am - 2.5 km—12 and under

Participants age 6 and under on the day of the race will need an adult to run with them.

9:00 am - 5 km, 7.5 km and 15 km runners (distances not exact)

The 15 km course runners will complete two laps, 30 km will do 4 laps, 52.5 km will do 7 laps.

All runners must start their final lap by 3:00 pm

Register before June 1st for Early Bird Pricing.

PRIZES AND AWARDS

Awards will be given for the first 3 runners in each category.
Prizes will be presented following finish of the 15 km and 30 km and 52.5 km.
All competitors are eligible for excellent draw prizes.


Lead Sponsor
Suntrail Outfitters


The Fat Ass Trail Run

The Fat Ass as we lovingly call it began 19 years ago with 23 participants who didn't quite know what they had gotten themselves into and who fell in love with running the trails of the Batawa area. Over the years the Fat Ass has grown to be one of the biggest trail races in Ontario, and despite the size of it, we maintain the inclusive atmosphere so everyone feels welcome; fast, slow, young, old, runners and walkers.

Conquer the Canuck

Many thanks to all runners, volunteers and sponsors for believing in our trail race and being so patient over the last two years. Over 90% of all pre-registered runners have shown us their wonderful support by staying on board for the 2022 Conquer the Canuck Marathon Ultra Trail Weekend and we greatly appreciate your support and understanding during the pandemic.

Our 2022 event is officially booked for June 11/12, 2022 and we will try our best to make it a safe race for everyone involved. 

Run Off-The-Grid

At long last – it ‘s time to break the radio silence!  It’s been quite a year as a business owner enduring this covid reality.  Covid has challenged us to adapt, to get creative and has propelled us forward in many positive ways.  However, it has been exhausting as we pivoted each new covid curve ball that was thrown our way.

Haliburton Forest Trail Run

2022 will mark the 28th annual occurrence of the event which saw its inaugural race take place in 1993. The race has grown steadily since its inception and once again we will offer your choice of 12K, 26K, 50K, 50 mile, and of course, our signature event, the Haliburton Forest 100 Miler.

The race takes place in the privately owned Haliburton Forest and Wild Life Reserve Ltd. starting Saturday, September 10, 2022 and ending Sunday, September 11, 2022.

The Limberlost Challenge

Hello Limberlost fans and participants! We are so excited to be opening registration for our 2022 in person event! We want to sincerely thank everyone for your ongoing support throughout this unique time in history where there has been so much disruption to live gatherings! This year, we are happy to once again offer an in-person event set for Saturday July 2nd, 2022.

Horror Trail Race

Race date and details to be confirmed.

On a 2.5km loop: Well maintained and marked trail through the forrest on Camp Heidelberg property of the Optimist Club of Kitchener Waterloo.