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Apr 26 Kileepi Piseesi Cove Fun 5k and Walk CANCELLED North Vancouver, BC
May 3 Wild Goose Chase 8k, 3.5k Vanderhoof, BC
May 9 Stag Leap May Long Trail Running Weekend Fernie, BC
May 9 Harriers 2:18 Run Elk/Beaver Ultras POSTPONED Victoria, BC
May 23 Iron Knee 24k, Tender Knee 10k North Vancouver, BC
May 23 Hurt'n Bear Trail Race Half, 10k, 5k Prince George, BC
May 24 Loveland Bay Trail Race Campbell River, BC
Jun 5 Bear Mountain Trail Race Mission, BC
Jun 6 Skeena River 142k Relay Prince Rupert to Terrace, BC
Jun 13 The Lone Wolf Fernie, BC
Mar 7 Dirty Duo 15k, 27k, 50k North Vancouver, BC
Feb 29 Pan Am Cross Country Cup at Bear Mountain Victoria, BC
Feb 22 Run Ridge Run 25k, 13k Port Moody, BC
Oct 24 BC Cross Country Championships (LMXC #6) Saanich, BC
Nov 7 BC High School XC Championships Abbotsford, BC
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Cross-Country & Trail Running in British Columbia 


Cross country, trail and mountain running is the sport of running over unpaved, natural terrain. Traditional cross-country is run primarily on grass in parks or across open countryside, involving multiple laps of a relatively short distance. Trail races are more typically single loop, or point-to-point events. The paths are narrower, the footing rougher, and the hills steeper than might be experienced in traditional cross-country. Mountain races tend to feature more extreme forms of uphill and downhill running. They may be uphill only races, usually from the bottom to the top of a mountain; or they can include both uphill and downhill sections. Ultra trail running refers to distances beyond a marathon (42.2K), most commonly 50K, 50 miles, 100K, or 100 miles.

The short lap format of cross country makes it suitable for young children as well as older athletes, whereas trail and mountain races cater primarily to adults.


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