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Starting off in the historic town site of Wasagaming, runners will make an initial loop along Wasagaming Drive, the town’s main street. From this section runners enter the RMNP campgrounds. This fully paved section takes runners through a tour of Manitoba’s most scenic campgrounds.
Before runners exit the campgrounds, they will pass by the oTENTics section where they will get a glimpse of these unique camping accommodations.
Exiting the campgrounds runners make a right hand turn onto Ta-wa-pit Drive. They follow Ta-wa-pit Drive north until they meet the intersection with Highway 10. Making a left hand turn onto Highway 10 runners proceed along the paved shoulder heading north for an approximate 6-kilometer highway stretch. The scenic beauty of this stretch of highway at fall time will take your minds off the one major climb on this course. Upon passing the turn to the golf course, runners embark on a short one-kilometer climb. Upon reaching the top, runners will continue for another couple of kilometers before they turn west to access the Glen Beag road.
This hard packed gravel road will take runners along the Clear Lake shore line past the historic Wishing Well site and onto a closed paved trail. This trail continues to Deep Bay where runners jog down to the lakeshore trail heading back to the town site. Upon exiting this trail, runners access Wasagaming Drive and make a turn north for a loop through the beautiful historic Wasagaming Cottage country.
Once through this section, there is a final sprint to the finish line.
The “Clear Lake Crew” has made quite the impression on the racers with their enthusiastic support.