Join us for the sixth annual running of TLC! You will love it!
The Limberlost Challenge 2015 promises to be better than ever. Experience the very best of trail courses. The Limberlost Forest and Wildlife Reserve is the trail runner’s dream with its challenging terrain that will take you alongside pristine lakes, through a wetland with its tier of beaver dams, up and over some steep inclines and either tiptoeing or splashing through the occasional creek or mud hole.
You will run through technical areas that will require the nimblest of footwork and on trails that allow you to open up to your best speed, plus everything in between. You will marvel at the extraordinary beauty of this privately owned Reserve that we are so privileged to enjoy. It will leave you breathless in more ways than one!
We promise you a well marked course, enthusiastic volunteers and a post-race meal that you will write home about.
Join us on Saturday July 11th, 2015.
You will love it!
NEWSFLASH!!! There will be a training run at 10:00am on Saturday 30 May. We will run the entire 14km loop. Two groups, one faster and one slower, will be guided by members of the race team. We will show you where the aid stations will be on race day. Bring your own snacks and hydration for this run though. This run is free and is open to everyone. There is an Events invite on our Facebook page.
Get Out There Magazine – 2013 Race Report: Two Thumbs Up!
The custodians, staff and volunteers at the Limberlost Forest and Wildlife Reserve have spent countless hours restoring these historic wilderness trails and are pleased to be able to welcome local residents and visitors to experience them.
The date: Saturday, July 11th, 2015
The location: The Limberlost Forest and Wildlife Reserve, South Limberlost Road,
Township of Lake of Bays . It is halfway between Huntsville and Dwight. Google Map
Race distances: 14km, 28km and 56km.
The Limberlost Challenge supports the excellent work of Trails Youth Initiative, and will be making a donation to them following the race. www.trails.ca