Be Fearless

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Be Fearless

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WHEN: Saturday, June 2nd, 2018
WHERE: Squamish, BC or VIRTUAL!

Race Information

Welcome to our 3rd Annual Be Fearless Trail Race!

Returning this year with our full Trail Marathon Distance! This is the first Marathon in Squamish!

On June 2nd, 2018 we are running to raise money for the Canadian Mental Health Association. Proceeds from your race registration will be donated to CMHA.

“Mental health means striking a balance in all aspects of your life: social, physical, spiritual, economic and mental. Reaching a balance is a learning process. At times, you may tip the balance too much in one direction and have to find your footing again. Your personal balance will be unique, and your challenge will be to stay mentally healthy by keeping that balance.”

Mental health affects all of us… all ages. Help us bring awareness to finding and supporting a healthy balanced life! Visit for more information about Mental Health.

How it Works

This is a local and virtual race. If you live locally or would like to travel then you join us at our local event at Alice Lake Campground in Squamish, BC. If you do not live locally or cannot make it to the local event then you simply have the freedom to register for the Virtual Event and run your chosen distance when you are able to, wherever you live.

  • We have three race distances options Marathon 42km, Half Marathon 21k or 11k.
  • All race distances are in the trails within the Alice Lake Provincial Park in Squamish, BC. June 2nd, 2018.
  • The race fee includes your bib number, a finisher’s gift and a donation to the Canadian Mental Health Association.
  • We will have massage therapists on site offering after run massages by donation. The money raised from massages will also be donated to CMHA.
  • Registration for the Virtual Runners closes April 8th, the reason for this registration closing at this time is to ensure that we can mail and get you your package before the race day.
  • Registration for Local Racers closes May 28th or when we have reached the max number of 200 racers.
  • We have our very own Run Like A Girl Coach, Jen Segger, who would love to help you reach your training goal! A personalized training plan is available for you… details are below.

Registration Info

Registration opens October 25, 2017 for race date June 2nd 2018!


Course Information

We have three race distances options:

  1. Marathon (42km)
  2. Half Marathon (21k)
  3. 11 km


  • $110.00 (early bird register by Dec 10, 2017)
  • $125.00 (after Dec 11, 2017)
  • 8:00am start time (TBA if earlier)
  • 8.5h time cutoff
  • 1300m elevation gain and loss
  • 6 aid stations fully stocked with snacks, medical, water
  • all finishers receive a finishers medal and race gift

Course Maps

Route Map: Click the image to view/download a larger map.

Map image used with permission from TrailMapps

Elevation Chart: Total elevation: 1,300m


  • $85.00
  • race start time: 9:00am
  • cut off time is 2:00pm at the finish line
  • aid stations 1, 2 & 3, stocked with water, snacks and medical
  • 750 meters elevation gain

Course Maps

Route Map: Click the image to view/download a larger map.

Map image used with permission from TrailMapps

Elevation Chart: Total elevation: 750m


  • $65.00
  • race start time: 9:30am
  • 1 aid station stocked with water, snacks and medical
  • cut off time is 1:00pm (crossing the finish line by 1:00pm)
  • 320 meters of elevation gain

Course Maps

Route Map: Click the image to view/download a larger map.

Map image used with permission from TrailMapps

Elevation Chart: Total elevation: 750m

Finish Line Massages!

Call For Volunteers

We need volunteers to make this amazing event happen!

If you are interested in volunteering, please click below to register as a volunteer. All volunteers recieve a limited edition gift!

  • Hold Ctrl/Cmd to select multiple options

Coaching & Training

Want to train with a coach for either of the distances? Looking to reach a new goal?
Our certified coach, Jen Segger, can help you with a personalized training schedule perfect for you!

Find out more info on our coaching page:


Additional Information

Awards & Swag

  • All finishers will receive a finishers gift.
  • All racers will receive a finishers medal.
  • RLAG swag will be for sale at the event.

Your finishers gift is a custom designed dry bag.

Womens Tech T-Shirt available for purchase with registration. Mens t-shirts available for purchase at the event.

Travel Information

Click here to view Squamish BC on Google Maps for directions!

You will need to fly into Vancouver, BC. The airport code is YVR. Squamish can be about a 2 hour drive north of Vancouver so you will need to either rent a car or use one of the services listed below.

How to get to Squamish from YVR:

– If you’re not driving to Squamish via rental car, there are a number of ways you can get here.
- It is 81km/50miles = about 1 hour 20 minute drive


Service between Vancouver International Airport, Downtown Vancouver & Squamish
Pacific Coach Lines (PCL) offers daily, frequent transportation from Vancouver to Squamish. The comfortable coach ride provides spectacular city, ocean and mountain views as well as free WiFi so you can stay in touch on the go.

– this is the link to purchase a ticket and for details

Squamish Connector offers commuters daily non-stop service between Squamish and downtown Vancouver and connecting to YVR. The connector departs daily from the Squamish Adventure Centre.

– this is the link to purchase a ticket and for details!squamish—yvr/cw9x

Tickets for PCL and Squamish Connector can be purchased directly from the Visitor Information Counter at the Squamish Adventure Centre in person for your way home, online or over the phone with a credit card. Call 604.815.5084 or 1.877.815.5084 for ticket information and purchasing.


1. YVR to Squamish:
Vancouver International Airport
3211 Grant McConachie Way, Richmond, BC V7B 0A4

Get on Trans-Canada Hwy/BC-1 W/BC-99 N in West Vancouver from Grant McConachie Way E, Granville St, BC-99 N and BC-1A
44 min (23.0 km)

Follow BC-99 N to Cleveland Ave in Squamish
40 min (54.8 km)

Follow Cleveland Ave and Pemberton Ave to your destination.

2. From anywhere east of Vancouver: Get on the Trans-Canada Hwy/BC-1 W. Take the British Columbia 1 W exit from BC-15 N
17 min (13.4 km)

Continue on Trans-Canada Hwy/BC-1 W to Squamish

3. The start and finish line: is located at Alice Lake Provincial Campground. Located at the North end of Squamish. Once your in Squamish keep heading north on HWY 99. You will drive through town, through Brackendale and will see a flashing street light indicating a road crossing. You will take a right off of HWY 99. Follow the winding road, keeping to the right and you will end up in the main parking lot. The start/finish line is located on the main beach.

Where you will be staying? Squamish has many hotel options here is a list of a few that we recommend!


1. The Squamish Sandman Hotel

2. Exectuive Suites –

3. Mountain Retreat Hotel –

4. Howe Sound Inn –

Plan on camping? You are going to need to plan way ahead for booking any campsites in Squamish as the two main campgrounds will be fully booked the day they open for registration.

Here are a fewy camping options:

1. Alice Lake Provincial Park Campground (camping just a short walk to the beach where the start/finish line is)

2. The Wonderland Valley Campground (a very short drive to the start/finish line)

3. The Klahanie Campground (about a 20 minute drive to the start/finish line)