SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 12, 2021
This is not your ordinary 8K!
The 1000Peaks bRUNch Run is the perfect event to ‘showoff’ your strength after completing the Ultra! Didn’t complete it? No Problem, you can still run the fun!
*fees increase August 1 and August 27
Pricing does not include GST and online transaction fees.
Fuel up after a grueling Ultra and Sunday bRUNch Run with our post-event meal. Brunch to include:
- Scrambled Eggs
- Shredded Potatoes, Chives&, Cheddar
- Turkey Sausages & Applewood Bacon
- Pancakes, syrups, fruit compotes
- Fresh Sliced Fruit
- Cheese Board
- Jams, dried fruits, grapes
- Toast Station
– gluten free options available
- Assorted Fresh Baked Pastries
with danishes, muffins, croissants & cookies
- Individual Yogurts
- Cereal Bar
– whole milk, 2% milk, soy milk
Race Day Information
Run this 7.3k route and wrap it up with bacon!
Course Cut-Off Time – 90 minutes
Race Day Schedule
Please arrive early to park, check in and warm up prior to your run. Restroom facilities are located near the start line.
Schedule. Sunday September 12
8:30 AM – Packet pickup / race day registration begin
9:00 AM – Race start
10:00 AM – brunch begins!
10:30 AM – race ends…mimosa’s flow freely!
11:30 AM – brunch wraps up – athlete checkout or hangout!
Trail Running & Trash
Please respect the trails and the beauty of these mountains by disposing of any trash at one of our aid stations.
Remember to always remain on the designed trail, no short cutting.
If you decide to use headphones, please be respectful of runners behind you attempting to pass. Also, remove ear buds as you approach aid stations or a road crossing.
If you are fast and attempting to pass, please alert the runner in front of you before flying past them. Likewise, if you hear a runner approaching you from behind, attempt to find a spot to allow the runner to pass.
As a general rule, when passing a runner, announce, “on your left.”
Uphill runners/hikers have the right of way to downhill runners. Remain in control as you descend and respect the other runners.
Everyone is after the same goal here so let’s be respectful of each other’s races and have fun. Please.
We will be utilizing a chip timing system at this event to record your time at the finish. You will be provided with a timing chip attached to the back side of your race bib. It is important to not crease, or fold the the timing chip to ensure your finish time is read.
A drop bag will be allowed at the start area.
The race courses will be well marked with orange plastic ribbons, pylons and/or volunteers at key locations. Trail junctions and turns will be well marked with colored laminated signs.