Registration for the 2019 Emperor’s Challenge opens April 2

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TUMBLER RIDGE, B.C. – Registration for the 2019 Emperor’s Challenge will be open on April 2.

The Emperor’s Challenge is a half marathon on Babcock Mountain, located in the Tumbler Ridge UNESCO Global Geopark.

The Challenge will feature a total distance of 20 km, with 11 km at the summit, with a total elevation gain of 2050 feet.

A kids race is also available, with distances of 2 km and 4 km.
According to event organizers, there is a race cap of 1,000 participants.
Price per entry will be $85.00 for the 20 km event.
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Registration for the Challenge can only be completed online.

For more information on the Emperor’s Challenge, you can visit emperorschallenge.com.

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