In an inagural race year we want to thank YOU for being among the first to join us for Northern Ontario's most challenging trail running event.
Bear In Mind, as we expect very strong numbers in each of the 5 distances, we have capped the first wave of registrations for each distance and will be conducting a lottery for remaining 5 entries per distance. Once all distances have filled after the lottery proceedings, the standard waitlist will go into effect.
Get in FAST!!
email firstname.lastname@example.org to enter lottery for your distance of choice if race has filled. Lottery date TBA if needed at all.
A RACE T-SHIRT INCLUDED - If you register before Sept 21, 2019
A MEAL INCLUDED - If you run long today 15, 32, 55, 83 K
A BEER INCLUDED - For all distances. If you are 19 of course.
Terrain-Soft wide Double track, root laden single track, long grass, serious puddles, there might be one river crossing depending on weather. Back country service road, loose rock and the red carpet rollout with many stretches of maple leaves lining your run. It's October, so we wish you luck keeping your feet dry. Serious climbs await all distances.
Weather-Welcome to Northern Ontario in the Fall. Expect the unexpected. Beautiful sunny skies or a possible snowstorm and every other weather scenario sandwiched into these two forecasts. Bring everything you got for all seasons and be sure to check the forecast Friday night!
Critters-During your run you could encounter any of the following
-Local Gouligan Dogs
Most will move on long before we see them but just in case, we are outfitting everyone with a critter deterrent for extra safety precautions so they know we are coming well in advance. In the SWAG BAG and please, use it.
Gear–Poles are permissible if not recommended at UTSC for all distances. Hydration pack or belt with a minimum of 1 ltr of water available for carry is mandatory for 32, 55, 83 km distances
Pacer Info - Pacer are not authorised for Ultra Trail Stokely Creek.
Crew - 32, 55 and 83 km runners are accessible at CHUCKS TRUCK AID STATION, ROBERTSON LAKE ROAD AID STATION, ROBERTSON LAKE ROAD AID STATION ALLEY, BUTTERMILK SKI HILL AID STATION AND McGAUGHAN ROAD AID STATION ALLEY.
Check Points-You are required to check in with a UTSC Volunteer at ALL staffed aid stations.
Aid Stations – Our aid stations play a critical role in getting you across the finish line! We have a basic set of foods available at each aid station including things like:
After km 38, the aid stations may also have real food that may include:
Drop Bags 55K / 83 km– You can leave one drop bag per distance. Drop bag options are only for ultra distances.
DROP BAGS MUST BE DROPPED AT OUTSPOKEN BREWERY RACE PACKET PICKUP ON FRIDAY NIGHT BETWEEN 4pm and 8pm. NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE. CREW IS ALLOWED TO ASSIST WITH BAGS AT ROBERTSON LAKE ROAD AND BUTTERMILK SKI HILL AID STATION'S IF YOU MISS BAG DROPOFF.
Please follow these guidelines:
Getting your drop bag back: Generally all bags come back about 1 hour after the aid station closes. Because of the long distances between aid stations and the finish line please allow additional time.
If you do not pick up your drop bag on Saturday, they will be available for pick up (near the finish line area) until 9am Sunday morning. If you are not there by 9 you will have one week to request your drop bag be mailed to your the address if your choosing. Charges will be incurred by runners own method of payment. After one week, all contents of drop bags will be donated.