The Northern Rockies Regional Municipality is excited to be hosting the 5th annual ‘Summit Run-it’ on Saturday June 15th.

You would be hard pressed to find a more beautiful location than Stone Mountain Provincial Park if running in the wild is your thing, so come one – come all.

Participants will meet at the Summit Tower Road access point and walk or run approximately 12km return (to the tower and back) all on a gravel road surface.

This route will take runners through the high alpine meadow above the Alaska Highway at Summit Lake, where the possibility to spot Mountain Caribou or Stone’s Sheep increases with each stride.

For more information on this route, click on the following link:

Be sure to bring your dog, but leave nothing to chance and prepare for any weather condition given the high mountain environment in which the run will take place(Snow in June is apart of the norm in Stone Mountain Provincial Park).

If you are travelling from Fort Nelson, give yourself 1.5hrs to drive to the trailhead, and plan on arriving 10-15 minutes before the 10am start time to get registered.

For additional information, click on the following link:

-the Alaska Highway


Event organizer, Angela White

All smiles

Runner nearing the Radio Tower

The running route.

Stone Sheep encountered during the 2018 run.

Heading back down to the trailhead