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The Beaver Freezer Marathon
Following over 10 different waterways the Beaver Freezer Marathon travels across pristine wilderness within the Robinson-Huron Treaty territory. These routes were traditionally used for hunting and fishing by Garden River and Batchewana First Nations, as well as Métis People. Competitors can ski, run or fat bike up to 42 kms of lakes, streams and trails following a marked path with specialized rescue crews, volunteers and hundreds of other people. There are several aid stations along the way where people can grab a drink or snack. Distances include 42km, 24km, 14km and 5km races.
This year there is more backcountry for everyone! We will providing busses to get competitors and their steeds (fat bikes) to remote start lines. Open trailers will be available to transport Fat Bikes.
To volunteer or register, click here!