Beaver Flat 50 is a hilly hard-as-hell trail run at Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park, SK with over 2300 meters of vertical gain across 50 kilometers. That's almost 8000 feet of total climb. The prairies are flat. This course is #anythingbutflat. Beaver Flat 50 is a tough get-your-feet-wet, wreck-your-shins, and roll-your-ankle kind of run. You're going to love it, hate it, and love it some more. Guaranteed.
Introducing the 2018 BFF and PSR GoCaps
Superb weekend cutting and marking trail. Thanks to the 25 volunteers that braved the heat, ticks, and at times, our poor sense of direction. We knocked off approximately 35km of trail. Also, the park has put up permanent trail markers and we will have a map ready shortly. Hikers, runners, hunters, horse riders, get out there and use those trails!
"Yes, you can run a rugged trail race on the prairies." Thanks MEC!
Samuel Wiebe : 00:54:48 (Saskatoon, SK)
Amy Carlson : 1:04:11 (Regina, SK)
Samuel Wiebe : 00:24:20 (Saskatoon, SK)
Claire Owen : 00:29:23 (Caronport, SK)
Andy Collin : 5:12:08 (Saskatoon, SK)
Brittany Steele : 6:27:07 (Fort Macleod, AB)
Nicolas Jirot : 1:34:24 (Swift Current, SK)
Pamela Groat : 2:02:04 (Saskatoon, SK)