With new events added this year – a 9 km event and a kids event, Mountain of Hope has something for just about everyone.
There are nice gentle, rolling hills, prairie views, some brush, scenic sunsets and mud puddles. Don’t forget the mud puddles. Assuming there are some left by the end of June. Just because there’s always been mud puddles, doesn’t mean there always will be, does it?
The mud puddles might sound unappealing, but if you’re looking for a memorable race, this is it!
Mountain of Hope takes place June 18, in the evening. This is as close as we can get to the solstice this year, so allows for a nice evening run.
The proceeds from this race go to the Burn Unit at Regina General Hospital. Thanks to the participants in MoH, over the past 4 years RRRC has donated $5470 to the Burn Unit.
The race is capped at 100, so register soon!