Registration is now open. Click Here! Get entered to win a North Face Jacket! (approx $200 value) Register for this event by January 5th! The more snowshoe runs you register for by Jan 5th, 2016 increases your entries and your chance of winning!!
The Dirty Feet Snowshoe Fun Run will be a fun running and walking event
The event will be held at Sun Peaks and will consist of 2 distances – Approximately 5km and 10km in distance for all ages.
Lots of prizes and snacks for everybody. Awards and prizes will be inside at the Cahilty Creek Bar and Grill. Stay tuned for a food and drink specials too!
Snowshoe Fun Run and Walk Distances:
5km, 10km distances are available. Snowshoe Walkers are welcome and encouraged to register for 5 km.
Race Package Pick-up
Pick up your race package on Saturday February 27th at the North Face store from 1:00-2:00pm. If you are not around during the day on Saturday you can pick up your race package starting at 4:30pm at the start/finish area.
Participant Check In:
Begins February 27th at 5:00pm at Start/Finish.
Need somwhere to stay?? – The Nancy Greene’s Cahilty Lodge will is offering a discounted rate for snowshoe run and walkers. Click here to link to the where to stay page for the discount codes!
Snowshoe Map and Elevation Profile:
The course will be different from the previous years it will start near the clock tower and head towards the Burfield chair on the snowshoe trails and cross the main mountain finishing in the near the clock tower. A map for 2016 will be posted soon. Here’s a link to last years course. . Click here to view the map.
The course will be a 5 km loop and the 10km will be 2 loops.
5km and 10 km starts at 5:30pm
5 km and 10 km fun run and walk early bird entry fee is $30 includes GST January 1st – entry does not include on line processing fee.
Registration changes to $35 starting on January 1st includes GST – entry does not include on line processing fee.
Register Now!! Click Here!
February 26th, 2015 at 6:00pm. (No Race Day Registration)
Jodi is originally from Montréal, Quebec but spent a few years in Northern New Brunswick after graduating from University. She moved to Kamloops in the Spring of 2010 with her family and works as an educational assistant. Her 7 and 8 year old keep her really busy as they love exploring the area and enjoying what Kamloops has to offer!