9 Toe Winter Adventure Race 2018

9 Toe Winter Adventure Race 2018

Snowshoe, fatbike or run your way through the back woods of the Killarney Park region. Courses available for beginners to advanced. This is New Brunswick’s premiere winter adventure race.

Standard Course

Standard Course Approximately 7km total distance. Approximately 20 standard controls and bonus skill stations. Easy navigation. Confined to the park terrain. Safety and rest areas will be available. Participants should know how to use a map and compass but there will be a skills seminar before the race on Saturday as a refresher. Teams should be composed of two or more members. 4 is an ideal number.

Advanced Course

Approximately 15-20km total distance. 20 standard controls. Advanced navigation with difficult terrain. Participants should be experienced navigating with map and compass over long distances, have an understanding of backwoods navigation and safety, and should be relatively fit. Teams should be composed of two to four members.

Fatbike

Approximately 15-20km total distance. 20 standard controls. Mostly groomed trails. Moderate navigation. Participants should be experienced navigating with map and compass over long distances, have an understanding of backwoods navigation and safety, and should be relatively fit. Teams should be composed of two to four members.

Required Gear

  • Map (we provide the map), compass, whistle, matches, knife, winter clothing, pen, marker or pencil. Snowshoes are recommended but not required for the Advanced course.
  • A bike is required for Fatbike! course.

Event Schedule

  • 9:00am – Registration
  • 10:00am – Race start
  • 3:00pm – Race ends
  • 3:15pm – Prizes and social

Contact Information

Registration

Click here for registration.