Northwest Passage Marathon raising money for a good cause

Northwest passage marathon relay style

Are you a marathon fanatic searching for something different? Then the Northwest Passage Marathon is for you. Held under the 24-hour Arctic sun, this is a wilderness run where the coast meets the forest. Starting near the Canadian border, you will run relay style for over 200 miles in breathtaking surroundings. You will see the glacial Cascade, icebergs, beluga whales and even polar bears. The Olympic Mountains and Deception Pass bring you rolling hills, quaint country villages and flowing rivers. Run with the wind, the bald eagles and the muskox. The Northwest Passage Marathon entails long distance relays run in teams, normally over two days and one night. It is a course for runners designed by runners, through this spectacular terrain. You will normally be in a team of 12 and run three legs, so it is the perfect race for everyone. The final miles of the course will be breathtakingly exciting and a huge welcome awaits at the finish line. Why not push your limits with friends and other runners and raise some money for your favourite charity at the same time? The number of teams is limited to 500, meaning that next year’s summer adventure will sell out quickly. Enjoy the marathon of a lifetime and join with other Relay racers going the distance for a good cause!