Sulphur Springs is one of the stops on the Ontario Ultra Series and one of the best days of running you will experience. The race starts at the Ancaster Community Centre and weaves its way through the beautiful trails of the Dundas Valley. The race offers events for everyone from the casual weekend warrior to the hard-core racer to the corporate team looking for a group challenge. Behind the scenes, the host Burlington Runners come together to make sure that this weekend event is memorable for all.
For 2017, proceeds from the race will once again be donated to the Dundas Valley Conservation Area - Sulphur Springs for use in trail maintenance and marking. BRC and the runners that uses (and love) the trails at Sulphur Springs appreciate the on-going partnership with the DVCA.
Specific race day details are available on the registration site or in the 2017 race guide (coming soon)
Burlington Runners utilizes Race Roster to manage athlete registration and event management.
To register for this race please visit the registration page at:
NOTE: There is NO RACE DAY REGISTRATION option. All racers must pre-register.
Race day details including bib number and participant lists are available on the registration site
Race Guide (coming soon)
|2011 to 2016 Course|
|100 Mile||Men||2016||David Oskvig||15:33:34||Amherst|
|100 Mile||Women||2014||Laura Perry||17:49:54||Orleans|
|50 Mile||Men||2013||Michael Daigeaun||6:07:00||Philadelphia|
|50 Mile||Women||2015||Christina Clark||7:16:41||Guelph|
|50 K||Men||2015||William Walsh||3:41:45||Toronto|
|50 K||Women||2012||Christina Clark||3:59:46||Guelph|
|10K||Men||2014||Mitch Free||34:35:00||St. George|
|100 Mile Relay||2013||dontgetlost.ca||11:24:43||Dundas|
|1991 to 2010 Course|
|100 Mile||Men||2010||Harvey Lewis||17:12:37||Cincinnati|
|100 Mile||Women||2007||Laurie McGrath||18:57:06||Baden|
|50 Mile||Men||2005||Ryne Melcher||6:26:20||Kitchener|
|50 Mile||Women||2009||Laurie McGrath||7:44:22||Baden|
|100 Mile Relay||2008||Are We There Yet||15:09:21||NA|
Base camp for the Sulphur Springs Trail Race is located at the Ancaster Community Centre in Ancaster, Ontario. Access to the community centre is limited during the weekend however there is ample parking available and we do our best to provide athletes and spectators with everything that they need to be comfortable.