This is an intermediate-level course with a mixture of single-track and double-track trails. The scenery is beautiful as it over-looks the Moose Jaw River. The rolling hills, uneven terrain and quick turns along the bike trails will keep you light on your feet and your heart pumping!
Starting at the pavilion in Connor Park, south of town (just off 9th Ave W), you will loop once around the course for the 5K. Two loops for the 10K runners and walkers. 

Updated: Feb 15

My family from left to right: Nancy Chubey (sister), James and Val Clarke (brother and sister-in-law) and Pat Hicks (Auntie) came to support the event in memory of our grandma, Audrey Clarke.


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