11 miles
Distance
1,993 ft
Climb
-2,006 ft
Descent
5,081 ft
High Point

One of the great things about the CNCPP is that there is a great number of trails throughout the venue. The challenging part of that is with so many, it’s hard to mark out a course for the first timer (truth be told even locals get lost). The 24 Hours of Adrenalin is one of only two courses that are actually marked at the venue. The 24 Hours of Adrenalin markers are blue, black, white, yellow and blue stripes. The course length is 17.36km.

Please note that the CNCPP is a provincial park that is open to the general public. While we as organizers begin set up a full week in advance, course markings are limited by the CNCPP to ensure the general public is able to ride unobstructed and we need to respect the general public’s ability to enjoy the Nordic Centre. Our Trail Manager and his team start work on the course marking a week in advance, however the course is lightly marked over the week leading up to the event and only on Friday do we gain the ability to mark the course fully.

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  • Route Type
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  • Altitude start
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