Ultra-Trail® Harricana

Harricana Ultra-Trail®

 

2018 Edition2019 Edition

7th edition

Challenger

 

 

8 SEPTEMBER 2018

125 KM
4.040 M+

 

 

 

 

 

The 2018’s edition of Harricana Ultra-Trail® !

 

As usual, it was an intense and exciting race. You can find the podium of the 7th edition below !

 

Men :

 

🥇 Jean-François Cauchon

🥈 Colton Gale

🥉 David Savard-Gagnon

 

Women :

 

🥇 Sarah Verguet Moniz

🥈 Elisabeth Cauchon

🥉 Karen Holland

 

See below the ranking and the pictures of the race !

 

Distance

125 km

M+

4040

Date

8/09/2018

Location

La Malbaie

CANADA

Start

00 AM

Time

24h15

2018 Ranking

2018 Pictures

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BelandDavid (coureur Guillaume Carrier)
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8th edition

Challenger

 

 

7 SEPTEMBER 2019

122 KM
4.220 M+

 

 

 

 

 

An authentic trail running experience in Canada’s wild backcountry. Trails dense with raw nature and wildlife. A rich ecosystem in a unique UNESCO world biosphere reserve. Summits where the wind carries the scents of the St. Lawrence River and the boreal forest.

What can you expect at the Ultra-Trail® Harricana? To run like the wolf and free your wild!

The race is a perfect mix of flowing and technical terrain. The start is right in the heart of Charlevoix’s wild backcountry. Passing several lakes, runners get the chance to encounter Canadian wildlife, including beaver, porcupine or moose. Farther along, they face four ascents: Mount Lac-à-L’Empêche and Mount Morios, with their breathtaking panoramic views of the area; Noyee mountain, with its ridge shaped like a woman floating on water; and lastly, Noire mountain, on trails specially developed by the Harricana team, that provides a beautiful view of Mont Grand-Fonds.

 

 

Distance

122 km

M+

4220

Date

07/09/2019

Location

La Malbaie

CANADA

Start

2 AM

Time

25h

Course