About the Event

Woman2Warrior is a non-timed run covering about 5 km of trails and terrain. The course features obstacles to test your strength, agility, balance, and sense of adventure. You may enter as an individual or as a team, but each person must raise a minimum of $300 to participate. There will be awards & prizes for the top overall fundraisers and finishers. Recruit the support of friends, family and coworkers to help you reach your fundraising goal!

Warriors are encouraged to bring family and friends to watch and cheer them on from the stands! There will be activities for people of all ages to enjoy on event day:
  • Campers Village Kid Mudder Obstacle Course for kids aged 5 to 14
  • Bumper Balls
  • Photo Booth
  • Small Arms Training Simulator
  • Food Trucks
  • Beer Gardens
  • On Site DJ
  • Exhibitor Tent - retail products/services displays
  • LAV-6 Military Vehicle on display

Competitive and recreational wave times are as follow (times are subject to availability, additional heats will be added if needed):
  • 10:00 am (Competitive)
  • 10:15 am (Competitive)
  • 10:30 am (Competitive)
  • 11:00 am (Recreational)*
  • 11:15 am (Recreational)*
  • 11:30 am (Recreational)
*The 11:00 and 11:15 am waves have now been filled. If you are joining a team already running in these waves, please pick another wave when registering and we will move to the correct wave for race day!

As a warrior you should be prepared to lift, climb, crawl, jump, run/walk, and possibly get a little dirty.


The following awards and prizing will be presented following the finish of the final wave of the race.
All finishers receive a finisher's gift (to be presented as finisher's cross the finish line)

  • Top 3 Finishers in Each Age Category
  • Top 3 Fundraising Individuals 
  • Top Fundraising Team 
  • Best Team Costume
  • Best Individual Costume
Click here to download our exhibitor sign up form. Completed forms can be emailed to darla@easterseals.ab.ca. Call Darla at 780-429-0137 ext 308 for more information.


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