Soup 2 Nutz
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Welcome to SOUP 2 NUTZ

What is Soup 2 Nutz you ask?
Soup 2 Nutz is the newest child of the Bush Babes & Bro’s Trail series. A super fun Mountain Bike Ride/Trail Running event that can be done solo or as a team!

Held in the village of Stunning Silver Start Mountain Resort!
A Mountain Bike, Trail running adventure race located on the amazing trails off Silver Star Mountain Provincial Park, located virtually at the back door of the City of Vernon. Where they boast 70km of the most epic mountain bike and running trails in BC!
In this duathlon we start the event at lung gasping 5,280 feet where we will start you of with an easy ride up Paradise trail all the way to LTG where you will zip into a sweet decent all the way to the newest (un reveled) trail. From here you will climb all the way back to Silver Shack enjoy some leg crushing climbs, rolling terrain and a cross between technical and cruisey descents.
During the ride portion of your event you will be fortunate enough to be one of the first to ride Silver Star Mountain’s newest trail, which will remain unnamed until race day…..

Your run will take you all the way to the top of Silver Start Mountain where you will be treated with a stunning view of the valley at 6,280 feet.
From there you will run the ridgeline over into Sovereign Lake cross country area to head into the amazing single-track trail that our race is named after, Soup 2 Nutz. From here you will run through undulating trails all the way back to the finish line where we will be waiting with high 5’s and handshakes.

We are here to offer athletes a challenging & scenic racecourse that leaves you feeling overjoyed upon completion. This course is designed for all levels of athletic abilities, with a little something for everyone.
Like all other Bush Babes & Bro’s Trail Running events you can expect priority to be placed on a challenging, crazy fun, well flagged, fantastically aided course with the mightiest of volunteers!


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