faster and slower pace groups on each course, so there's something for everyone
trail runners of any ability who would like to discover some popular trails, but might not want to go it alone
trail runners who are registered or thinking of signing up for the popular 5Peaks race at Buntzen Lake on Saturday 29 September 2012. Get to know the trail you will race on so you can kick some butt on race day!
When: Saturday 22 September 2013 at 9:00am
Please register for this free event here. There is no fee and you don't need to be a member of Club Fat Ass to participate in a Flash event, however whining is not allowed. You are responsible for your own well being and safety and should be self sufficient.
the CFA Fluffy Bunny and the 5Peaks Buntzen events use the identical trails. We thought this would be a nice way to contribute another low-key event to the trail running community
Can't make it on the 22nd, but would like to pre-run the courses? Print-off detailed descriptions for Sport and Enduro courses.
Want to lead a group? Group leaders receive a free entry into the Club Fat Ass and 5Peaks event of their choice between now and the end of 2012 ($75 value!) First come, first served. If interested, contact Sibylle
How to get to the start (Buntzen Lake South Beach Parking lot)
Find your way to Port Moody, BC.
From where St. John’s Street meets the Barnet Hwy, take IoCo Road North
IoCo Rd. will turn into Heritage Mountain Blvd. There is a sign to Buntzen Lake here. Continue on Heritage Mountain Road until you hit the traffic circle
Take the first exit out of the traffic circle onto David Street. There is a Buntzen Lake sign here
Go left onto Forrest Park Way. There is a Buntzen Lake sign here.
Take an immediate Left on Aspenwood Dr. (it’s going to look like you are heading into a residential area here…. Your just going to have to trust me… this is the right way)
Aspenwood will turn into East Rd.Follow East Rd. for about 2km then make a right onto Sunnyside Drive.
Sunnyside Drive will take you directly to the Park. Follow the Park Rd. to the South Beach parking lot.