September 29, 2019


race details

Location: Swangard Stadium (Central Park), Burnaby, BC on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territories of the Coast Salish People
Date: Sunday, September 29th, 2019
Time: 10:00AM (PST)
Pre-Race Details: Face Painting, Music, Warm up
Post Race: Finishers Medal, Food, Hydration, Festivities, other
Entry Fee: $30.00 CDN

race registration

In order to maximize the runner's experience and protect the trails, race entries will be limited for the Rainforest Trail Run.
What's included in your registration:
  • Aboriginally designed Finisher Medal
  • Race Bib
  • Tech Tee ($10.00 additional fee)
  • Water station on course
  • Swangaurd Stadium finish festival with music, food and much more


Pickup Times:
Friday September 27th: 4:00pm - 8:00pm
Saturday September 28th: 12:00pm - 4:00pm
West 4th Running Room - Map
2112 West 4th Avenue
Vancouver, BC V6K 1N6

Sunday (Race Day) September 29th: 8:00 a.m-9:15am
Swangard Stadium SW corner

Please try to be on time Sunday morning for Package pickup. Late arrivals may have difficulty getting their shirt and bib number in time for the race. Shirt sizing cannot be guaranteed when registering on Friday, Saturday or Sunday. T-shirts will be available in some sizes if not paid for on online entry

race policies

Age restrictions:
Age Policy requires that as of race day, all participants must be 16 or older. Parents/guardians must sign the online waiver at registration for participants aged 15 or under. Parents/guardians are also urged to ensure that young runners have the training and pace judgement required to complete the event comfortably.

Entry Fees are non refundable and are not transferable to any one else due to liability reasons. They are also not deferrable to the following year.

Course Time:
The course opens at 10am and will officially close at 11:30am on race day. Swangard Stadium (start/finish) will be open from 9:00am to 1:00pm.

The Rain Forest Trail Run is capped at 1,000 participants.


Orange Shirt Day is an initiative where participants wear an orange shirt to commemorate the generations of children who attended the Indian Residential Schools.

The initiative is an opportunity for healing through Truth and Reconciliation. Orange Shirt Day is recognized annually on September 30th.

Small actions can make a big different.In the spirit of reconciliation and to recognize Orange Shirt Day, athletes are encouraged to wear an orange shirt during the Rainforest Trail Run.

Learn more about the story of Orange Shirt Day by clicking here.

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