COVID-19 and Dontgetlost Adventure Running

The situation regarding COVID-19 constantly changing, however we are still generally able to put on all our races and kids programs.

Every race/program is different and will have different changes, please visit each individual page for more information.

If we have to cancel anything, we will announce on this site and on Social Media as soon as we make our decision.

JULY 2021 UPDATE

Going forward, we will follow the Canadian Guidelines detailed here, under the 'Outdoors with people from multiple households who are unvaccinated, partially vaccinated, or their vaccination status is unknown' section.

What this means is;

  • If you have had your second vaccination dose MORE THAN 2 weeks ago, no mask or physical distancing is required.

  • If you are not vaccinated or partially vaccinated, consider wearing a mask if physical distancing cannot be maintained, especially if you or others are at risk of more severe disease or outcomes.

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Adventure Running Kids

For ages 6 and up.

Getting kids muddy since 2010

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Weekend Races

Whet your appetite for Adventure

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X-League

Race Alone. Against Everyone.

Weekly socially distant races

Upcoming Races

  • Peak-2-Peak Adventure Run
    Peak-2-Peak Adventure Run
    Hamilton
    Oct. 17, 9:00 a.m.
    Hamilton, Waterdown, Hamilton, ON L0R, Canada
    The Peak-2-Peak Adventure Run has lots of climb with most checkpoints are on the top of peaks (hills, knolls, the odd mountain perhaps). This race has become the must-do event to prepare your team for the Raid the Hammer Adventure Run.
  • 2021 Big ASS Night Run
    2021 Big ASS Night Run
    Café Domestiique
    Oct. 30, 5:30 p.m.
    Café Domestiique, 102 King St W, Dundas, ON L9H 1T9, Canada
  • Raid the Hammer
    Raid the Hammer
    Hamilton
    Nov. 14, 7:00 a.m.
    Hamilton, Hamilton, ON, Canada
    The Raid the Hammer Adventure Run combines road running, trail running, navigation, and trekking together into Ontario's gnarliest running race. Teams of two or three can expect lots of mud, rock and calf killing climbs as they Raid the Hammer.