What makes the MOMAR different from many other races is the requirement to navigate from one checkpoint to the next without getting lost. Event the fittest and fastest athletes can end up well back in the pack if they don’t know north from south.
The MOMAR 101 “Navigating the MOMAR” clinics have now taught hundreds of racers the basics of how to use a compass and read a map. Our instructors are seasoned adventure racers with many MOMARs under their belt. They know their stuff and they can answer all your questions.
Thanks to the return of John Barron we now have clinics on the mainland and one in the Cowichan Valley. Sarah Seads is offering two in the Comox Valley and Doug Doyle also has two in Victoria. Clinic registration is now open so if you need to learn some skills, then register early as these classes always sell out.
THE 2015 SCHEDULE:
Wow. In a mere 46 days, the 37th edition of the Atmosphere Mind Over Mountain Adventure Race sold over 600 entries making this event the fastest sellout and biggest turnout in our 17 year history. We have racers coming from across North America and even a few from Australia, Germany, and South Africa. Over 50% […]Read More...