MEC Halifax Race FOUR: 5K/10K/15K - Musquodoboit Trailway
Join us for a super fast super flat race! Old railway bed with great views and tons of fresh air. This is where you can push it for your new personal best. Also one of the best deals in town for a chip timed race, and afterward you can pop over to the local farmers market or brave a dip in the ocean.
Register online before September 23, 2017.
Note: race day registration is cash only, and is available from 8:00–8:30am on September 24th at the registration tent.
Friday, September 22nd and Saturday, Septmeber 23rd from open till close.
Package pick up deal: Get 10% off purchases you make in store when pick up your race package.
Discount does not apply to clearance items, Blundstones and package deals.
Sunday, September 24th from 8:00am–8:30am at event site
RACE DAY INFO
- Earphones permitted, but not recommended
- Runners are responsible for knowing the course
- No dogs.
9:00am: 5K/10K/15K start
Musquodoboit Trailway, Musquodoboit Harbour
The trail head is around 45mins from downtown Halifax. Follow route 7 or 107 from Dartmouth till you arrive in Musquodoboit Harbour. Turn down route 357 then onto Park Rd. Parking is very limited we encourge you to car pool with friends and members from your running club.
Help us keep our races green by bringing your own water bottle. (Compostable cups and on-site recycling and composting will also be provided.)
*Maps are for general reference. Distances we be marked on the course.
Know someone who wants to come cheer you on and give out high-fives? Volunteering with the MEC events team is a blast. Find out more
Want more? See the full MEC Race Series
We’ll have live unofficial race results within one hour of runners crossing the finish line at the results station. Official standings will be posted on the Atlantic Chip site as well as this page within two business days of the event. Be sure to check back!
We’ll be giving out medals to the top three male and female finishers in each distance category (no age categories awards).
Want to see last year’s results to scope out how fast the course is? They’re on Atlantic Chip's event site.