RACE DATE: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2019
REGISTRATION OPENS VIA ULTRASIGNUP ON JANUARY 12, 2019 @ 8am PST (Pacific Standard Time):
RACE IS CAPPED AT 300 PARTICIPANTS
The Lewiston Ultra is a 60KM solo & relay (2 & 3 person) mountain trail event connecting the communities of Salmon Arm and Sicamous in the gorgeous Shuswap, British Columbia. This point to point ultramarathon was designed by trail runners and will journey you through the impressive traverse with approximately 1800 meters elevation gain, rich with prestine single track and incredible viewpoints.
The race starts at Klahani Park in Salmon Arm and will bring participants into the inviting South Canoe trail system. Runners will journey to the Larch Hills Nordic Chalet & into the gorgeous Larch Hills Traverse to experience seven distinct sections, pristine single track and remarkable viewpoints overlooking Shuswap and Mara Lake(s). The final kilometers will bring you down flowing switchbacks and into unique private trails on Splatsin First Nation land. Once you pop out of the woods, the finish line is a short jaunt on Old Spallumcheen road and into the impressive lake front Hyde Mountain Golf Resort.
We encourage you to stick around for post race eats & bevies. The finish line will also host vendors & sponsors, runners reprieve, raffle prizing, community connection and much more!
Registered runners & volunteers will receive complimentary finish line nosh (food) ticket.
Additional food tickets can be purchased for TBD (portion of all monies collected will be donated to community & The Lewiston Foundation). Tickets will be available at Race Package Pick Up & the Finish Line.
The Lewiston Ultra is inspired by Lewiston James Olstad and community. Lewiston reminded us all to squeeze a little harder, love a little longer and savor the moments we tend to wish away. Lewiston was small and mighty and encouraged community to rise up, persevere and run towards your roar.
Visit the ABOUT LEWISTON page to learn more about Lewiston Olstad’s Journey.
Through the efforts of many hands enthusiastically engaged, it is an exceptional honor to host this event within this community.