Trail run Sunday at Predator

There will be a trail run/walk Sunday at Predator Ridge Resort.

  • Sep. 23, 2015 12:00 p.m.

Morning Star Staff

There will be a trail run/walk Sunday at Predator Ridge Resort.

The new Okanagan Trail Events company invites all ages to run or walk 2-km, 5-km or 8-km on the beautiful trails at golf course

“Predator Ridge Resort provides a beautiful environment for a trail event,” said event organizer Glenn Bond. “People know Predator provides a world-class golf experience but what they may not know is Predator has a beautiful trail network as well.”

Runners and walkers are asked to check in at the Fitness Centre between noon and 12:45 p.m. with all events starting at 1 p.m. across from the fitness facility.

“I’m very happy to work with Predator with this event and allowing the participants to use the pool and hot tub after the event is a great bonus which hopefully gets more people to participate. It is all about getting people outside, active and experiencing new trails.”

There are separate categories for the run and walk in each distance.

Anybody 17 and under receive custom medals and adults get a custom old fashioned glass. To register visit: www.okanagantrailevents.com

 

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