Alone or as a team, you WILL find your appropriate distance. Trail runs of 6km, 12, 25, 55 , 80 et 160 km will make sure your challenge is personalized. An Extra 2km loop will assure even the little ones can go beyond their usual 1k or 1 mile runs.
The race week-end is being held on October 10th and 11th and so we should be privileged to have amazing fall colors but that also comes with usual tough running conditions. Leaf covered trails as well as slippery conditions could make for a much longer run than you can anticipate. Planning a little more time than normal might be a good idea.
Despite the fact we will have perhaps as much as 75% trail and single track, these are very "runnable" trails for the most part and especially for the shortest distances, up to 25km. After that, there will be quite a bit of up and down as you will summit as many as 4 different peaks around Mont Brome. These 55, 80 and 160km races WILL be challenging, tell your quads ahead of time :)
As this just might be your longest race ever, a PR (PB) is guaranteed anyway.
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The minimum levels wanted are quite low but we are expecting people to go beyond in their generosity as well.
EVERYONE WORKING ON THE EVENT IS DOING SO FOR CHARITY AND WE ARE ENCOURAGING ALL OF OUR PARTNERS TO DO THE SAME, RUNNERS INCLUDED :)
We will make sure you have all the tools necessary to get backing from your friends and family.
For Canadians, fundraising is done for the Ultragiving Foundation, an endowment fund, founded by an ultrarunner and dedicated to going beyond in philanthropy.
FOR OUR AMERICAN GUEST RUNNERS Ultragiving and the Bromont Ultra have partnered with IMPOSSIBLE 2 POSSIBLE (i2P), an US based registered charity, in order to give its American cousins an opportunity to get tax receipts but also to be able to contribute to their own community as well.
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