Take the CHALLENGE and walk, run or stroll up the popular Coquitlam Crunch hiking trail.
You’ll be supporting the Coquitlam Foundation Diversity Fund while having a great time!
We have three (3) ways you can participate:
STAIR MASTER – Who’s the fastest up the 437 west stairs of the lower Crunch?! We’ll find out!
7 am – Registration
8:00 am – Start
8:30 am – Finish
MAKE IT OR BREAK IT – Participants walk or run the entire trail as many times as possible in a 4-hour period and make or break the goal of 4 round trips.
7:30 am – Registration
9:00 am – Start
1:00 pm – Finish
RECREATIONAL – Walk the Crunch at least once. This category is perfect for the whole family and offers a great work out!
8:30 am onward – Registration.
10:00 am – Formal start, but participants may start right after registration *outside of other race start times.
1:00 pm – Finish
Race start location: Scott Creek Community Garden (Crunch parking lot) located east past Scott Creek Middle School at 1240 Lansdowne Drive in Coquitlam, BC.
Participants are encouraged to walk or ride their bikes. If you are driving, below are some options for parking:
Scott Creek Middle School– Adjacent to Coquitlam Crunch and accessed easily through a short trail.
Eagle Ridge Elementary– On the other side the Coquitlam Crunch parking lot. However in order to access this lot, you must enter from Guildford. The Coquitlam Crunch is easily accessed through a short trail.
Lansdowne Drive– Street Parking.
How to get here via Lafarge Lake – Douglas Station:
How Can You Help?
Volunteers: Volunteers are needed for set up, registration, medal presentation, water stations, road crossings, and location tear down.
Please contact organizers at firstname.lastname@example.org or 604-512-5893 if you are available to volunteer.
Donations: Donations of any amount are also welcomed! If you are unable to attend you can still donate now at www.coquitlamfoundation.com.
Any donation over $20.00 is eligible for a tax deductible receipt upon request.
Spread the Word: We would like to see as many people as possible attend the event.
Social Media: Please like us on Facebook.
We are using the hashtags #coquitlamcrunch #coquitlamcrunchchallenge.
A word of caution: The Coquitlam Crunch Trail is very steep in some sections and those steep parts are covered in gravel. New stairs have been added (437 stairs) making it much safer, but caution must still be used coming down the bottom third of the trail. A waiver will be required for all those wishing to participate. Stay safe!
We will have a St. John’s Ambulance First Aid unit on location during the event.