Come experience either the iconic 25 km Run Comfy Numb course or really challenge yourself with our NEW 50km distance. Expect climbs, descents, a beautiful bridge crossing, numerous sweeping vistas, and almost entirely singletrack. Run Comfy Numb is consistently an instant favorite amongst trail runners.
Run Comfy Numb 2023… That was pretty awesome, even with mother nature deciding it was time to finally rain here!
Charlotte and I wanted to say a Big Thank You to you all for coming out to run the 19th edition of Run Comfy Numb and the 2nd running of the 50k.
There were some great comments regarding the suffering this course likes to hand out.
We have some fantastic photos from both Guy Fattal at the start and finish and Matt Tounge out on the course which you can see at the links below.
Please these are for personal use only and if you use them on social please credit them (@guyfattalphoto @matthew.tongue). While we aim to get as many of you as we can, we simply can’t get all of you.
Guy Fattal photos
Matt Tounge photos (you’ll need to put in your email for access to download)
For 2023 we will continue to have two options after the success of our first 50k in 2022. The classic 25k course and for those yearning for that bit more of an adventure and ultra feel we have a 50k option.
The 25k is arguably one of the most beautiful point-to-point races in British Columbia. The Run Comfy Numb course is mostly run on an internationally recognized mountain bike route, that is way more fun to run than ride! A few climbs, a few descents, a beautiful bridge crossing, numerous sweeping vistas, and almost 100% singletrack.
The 50k starts at the same place but heads north along the stunning Sea2Sky trail towards Pemberton. It’s an out and back for the first half of the race but you find that both directions feel completely different. Once you’re done with that you get to experience the Comfortably Numb Trail in all its glory.
Run Comfy Numb is consistently an instant favourite amongst trail runners. Don’t miss out on this classic race.
Runners will finish at Spruce Grove park. Have some food, a drink, and just chill with all your other runners after your solid trail run adventure. Spruce Grove Park has ample parking making race day logistics easier for all. Runners will complete the entire Comfortably Numb Trail and then experience some of Lost Lake’s finest trails as you make your way to the finish line in Spruce Grove.