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|Fork in the Road 5K||2 Km Kids Challenge||Until|
|$25.00||$10.00||January 11th |
*Registration fees are non-refundable. Note they are transferable. Please notify race director for all requests (firstname.lastname@example.org).
**FITR5K race shirts are only given to 5K registrants, participants in the kids race receive a finishers award.
~~The Fork in the Road 5K is for all types of runners! So, if you are a seasoned runner or a first timer, this race will be an exciting way to kick off your 2019 summer season. All runners that register by April 1st will receive a FITR5K race shirt. Awards: 1st Male and 1st Female to cross the 1 Km mark each win a free entry to MudHero Troronto. Overall Male and Female categories, awards are 5 Deep per category. Race Start Time - 9:00 a.m.
~~The 2 Km Kids races (Ages 7 - 11). This shorter course will incorporate sections of the Fork in the Road 5K course so your kids will be also challenges with some decisions on which way to go en route to the finish line. All kids will receive a finisher award!** Race Start Time - 10:00 a.m.
If you are tired of hitting the pavement or if you are getting ready for an Obstacle Race, this is a great event to start off your summer season. So, come and run The Fork in the Road 5 Km trail race. Note that this race is not your typical trail run as it has a twist! You will be challenged with forks in the road where you will have to decide which way to go. Choose correctly and you will run a beautiful 5 Km course. Choose incorrectly and you may be faced with an extra hill or a bonus 500m of single-track trail increasing your total distance to up to 8 Km. Register for 1 of 2 races: The Fork in the Road Challenge or the 2 Km Kids Race. See below for further details.
Where: Woodnewton, Uxbridge, Ontario
Less than an hour Northeast of Toronto
Woodnewton? Originally a Christmas tree farm and cross country ski resort in the 70’s and 80’s. Now the farm is being revitalized as a tree farm with a sustainable vision and for limited events so that the public can enjoy this beautiful 200 acre space. This was the location of the successful MUDNEWTON mudrun.