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Rocky Mountain Adventure Racing presents the Summit Seeker Adventure Race. This is a single-day race that you (and, if you'd like, a teammate ) can complete when the time suits you best... between June 25th - July 3rd . 


Located in the foothills west of Bragg Creek, racers will bike and trek using map and compass to find various check points along the way to the finish line. 

Registration Opens April 1st!

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Race Information


Our goal is to be as inclusive as possible when it comes to our community. As a result, you can participate solo or in a team of two, in either Male, Female, Co-Ed and Non-Binary categories. Also, as a nod to our Military and Emergency Services community we've created an additional category for you - reach out to your crew and see if they'll accept the challenge. 

Race Package

Racer package pick-up will be in late May. Racer Packages will include maps for each stage of the race, along with a handful of other items to contribute to your Rocky Mountain Adventure Racing experience. 


The Summit Seeker Adventure Race will be 3-5 hours in length. We'll be using a mix of point-to-point navigation and Rogain-style navigation for each leg of this event. 


The format of this race is unique. Similar to the Artic Fox Winter Stage Race, racers will have from June 4 - 12th to complete the race. Unlike the AFWSR, this is a single-day event.  You'll be given a map, race instructions and Check Point (CP) locations before the event so you (and your teammate) can plan your route.

Still have some more questions? Head over to our FAQ page where we've gathered some of our most frequent. Still have more? That's okay, give us a call or send us an email and we'll get back to you with some answers.


This is an unsupported event where participants will be required to be self-sufficient, including locking their bikes within their vehicles during the run leg of the Summit Seeker. Additionally, information will be provided on a free cellphone application required to complete this event. 


The Summit Seeker will include two  disciplines - mountain biking and running/trekking. Important, however, is your ability to navigate using a map and compass. This race will challenge team's physically ability and their ability to navigate while on the move.


Registration is open! We have limited the number of solo and team spots available. Our friends at Zone4 will be handling our registration process and we've provided the Registration Link in several places on our website!  

Cost is $40/pp

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