Run Wild Vancouver’s 2018 Trail Running Calendar is now available for pre-order, featuring 12 stunning photographs from some of the best local trails, as well as dates for 2018 trail races around B.C.
Each year, there are more than 1,600 search and rescue incidences in BC alone. Our local terrain presents unique challenges and yet is so accessible, leading to an increase in these incidences year after year. They involve all types of outdoor enthusiasts, from hikers to skiers, and increasingly trail runners as the sport continues to grow. Fundraising to support SAR … Read More
The 2017 calendar features 12 stunning photographs of the beautiful trails on the North Shore and surrounding areas. Profits from the calendar will be donated to Search and Rescue organizations around the Lower Mainland. Order your calendar now and we’ll ship it to you in time for the Holidays! It makes a great gift for any trail runner. Visit: http://runwildvan.com/product/run-wild-vancouver-2017-calendar/
Join us for burgers and beer to help raise money for local Search and Rescue, in advance of our launch of the 2017 Trail Running Calendar. Tickets come with a burger combo and beer (vegetarian option available), along with the chance to bid on some great silent auction items! Proceeds from both will be donated directly to SAR teams around the … Read More
We feel strongly about the need for a trail user association to act as a voice for the trail running community in B.C., similar to existing organizations for other user groups such as the North Shore Mountain Bike Association. This would likely act as a member club of an organization such as the Federation of Mountain Clubs of BC in … Read More
The goals for the inaugural Vancouver Trail Running Calendar were threefold, and perhaps somewhat ambitious, given that this was the first project by our little group of volunteers known as Run Wild Vancouver. First, we wanted to celebrate the work of our local trail running photographers, without whose contribution of such beautiful imagery this calendar could have never happened. Secondly, we wanted to showcase the beauty that the trails have … Read More
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