Moose Mountain Trail Races take place in West Bragg Creek Trails. They stretch all the way to Moose Mountain as well as around the local trails on demanding singletrack. There are 3 race length's available 16km, 29km and 42km. These races are part of the Trailrunner Trophy Series
Yep, the Big Kahuna. This is an Alberta favourite, a classic, the one that started it all and a ‘must-do’ for any trail runner. The Powderface 42 serves up 44.4km (bonus!) and 1671m of elevation gain on some wickedly beautiful K-Country singletrack. We're going back to the classic format and offering up a half marathon distance as well. There are only 150 spots total so we suggest you register early before it sells out
The Annual Blitz Duathlon is held in beautiful Bragg Creek west of Calgary, AB. The course features an intermediate trail run, road bike on Hwy 66 (out and back), and ends with a shorter easier trail run. This race sells out every year and is open to individual athletes or teams of two (1 runner/1 cyclist). Fun and challenging for all ages and abilities.
Welcome to the Iron Legs 50 miler and relay. It is a 50 mile trail run that loops around Moose Mountain, in Kananaskis Country and offers fantastic single track and stunning views of the Canadian Rockies. The course is mostly on single track trails with some fire roads and lots of elevation change. There is approximatly 20,000 feet of elevation change in the race with about 15,000 of it coming within the first 50k, which makes this one of the toughest ultras in the series.
This is a beautiful, rural, 21.1 km, point-to-point race, starting at 7 a.m. in Black Diamond, running through Turner Valley and finally heading through rolling pasturelands to end at the Millarville Farmers’ Market as it opens for its 30th season.
Invite friends and family to cheer you crossing the finish line, then join them in spending the rest of your morning exploring the food, crafts and music of southern Alberta’s largest and oldest outdoor Market.
We have a clay-fired Finishers’ Medal, fashioned by one of our pottery vendors, waiting for you!!!
The 100 mile course begins among the rolling hills of Longview in south western Alberta. The first heat of leg one runners will make their way along highway 541 towards the majestic Rocky Mountains. The course traverses the Highwood Pass on the highest paved highway in Canada and takes you into the Kananaskis Valley. Leg nine and ten runners will travel cross-country to finish at Nakiska, the site of the alpine events of the XV Olympic Winter Games.
Rundle’s Revenge is a fun, two-day pain-athon that includes mountain biking and trail running. No, it’s not a duathlon. The North Face Rundle’s Revenge is so much more than that! Where duathlons combine the two events into one day, Rundle’s Revenge gives you a full day for each event. The distances are longer and more challenging. And if you only want to do the mountain biking on Saturday or just the trail running on Sunday, then you can.
Voted Best National Running Event and Best Race Kit four years in a row, in the Get Out There's 2010 Readers' Choice Awards! 5 Peaks is the premier trail running company in Canada. Our goal is to provide an exciting atmosphere, a challenging course, a competitive field, and an amazing off road experience, all while practicing & promoting sound environmental ethics.
The Rocky Mountain Soap Women's Run & Walk was initially started in Canmore in order to:
create safe, fun and inclusive events for women, that inspire the
pursuit of an active, healthy and environmentally responsible
- build a community platform that offers
knowledge and expertise of selected professionals, as well as supports
charitable organizations both culturally and financially.
A healthy post-race reception, well-being stations along the course, a
non-competitive atmosphere and amazing swag will make this event an
unforgettable experience for women of all ages and fitness levels.