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Louisbourg Race Through Time

259 Park Service Road

(902) 733-2351 or (902) 733-2678


An exhilarating 8-mile road race taking you from 18th century Fortress Louisbourg that the French walked upon nearly 300 years ago to modern day and back again! 

Awards & Fish Chowder meal to follow the race at approx. 7:45 pm. Kit Pick-up will take place on race day from 3:30-5:30 pm at the United Church Hall on Upper Warren Street in Louisbourg.

This race will start at 6:00 pm at the Fortress site & will end back at the Fortress. All runners registered will receive a t-shirt.

Registration Fee: $40 (Run NS Members will receive a $5 discount). Pre-registration deadline: Monday, August 5th – after this date a $10 late fee will apply. 

Online registration will be available at www.raceroster.com until Friday, August 9th at 12:00 noon. Please Note: Registration will not be accepted after this time or on race day!!

Social including a live band performance & cash bar will be held from 9:00-11:00 pm at the Fortress. Limited Showers available. This will be a Chip Timed event with Limitless Race Timing.

 

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