Sunday, November 12, 2023 to Dec 28, 2023
Entry: Online or at Frontrunners
Race: George Bonner Elementary School at 3060 Cobble Hill Rd
Post-race: George Bonner Elementary School at 3060 Cobble Hill Rd
Minimum five team members
The Cobble Hill 10K is already a pretty fast course. The course is even faster, with the removal of three uphills and the run through the town of Cobble Hill. Now, the 2024 Cobble 10K is the BC 10K Championships.
The course is fast and surely will provide an opportunity for a personal best. The route is rural and runners pass by farms and treed areas for shelter from wind.
The CEEVACS Roadrunners always provide a good post-race environment at the school with refreshments and food for everyone.
All abilities are welcome. The race has a long history of competitive athletes taking in the race dating back to the days it was known as the Mill Bay 10K.
|Register||Package pick-up||Early start||Main start||Post race|
|Online||Saturday, January 27
10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Sunday, January 28
10:00 am to 11:15 am
|10:30 am||11:00 am||12:00 – 1:00 pm|
|Mill Bay Nature School at 3175 Cobble Hill Road||George Bonner Elementary School||George Bonner Elementary School||George Bonner Elementary School|
Who We Are:
We are the Cowichan Valley’s very own running and triathlon club. The Ceevacs Roadrunners have been active as a running club and more recently as a not for profit society since November of 1980.
What We Do:
- To encourage, support, foster and promote running, walking and other fitness-related activities for the enjoyment, health, and well-being of our members and community;
- To organize and provide running, walking and triathlon events and related educational and public awareness programs for our members and community;
Mostly we like to get fit, stay fit and enjoy an active, healthy lifestyle alongside our many club friends.
Please consider joining our club. You’ll never look back!
Other CEEVACS races
Cowichan Autumn Classic
October 22, 2023
Cobble Hill 10K
January 28, 2024
Cowichan Challenge Triathlon
June 3oth 2024
Visit the CEEVACS website for more information>>
About the Cowichan Valley
Cowichan takes its name from “Quw’utsun,” the name given to the valley by its original inhabitants, the Quw’utsun people. It is rooted in the Hul’q’umi’num word “shquw’utsun” which directly translated means “to warm one’s back in the sun,” and is why our valley is, and always has been known as The Warm Land.
Cowichan is located in Canada’s only maritime Mediterranean climatic zone and is home to the warmest year–round temperatures in the country. For decades now, Cowichan has been producing amazing artisanal food and drink from the region’s burgeoning farms, wineries, cideries and distilleries. Yet, the food and drink are just the tip of the iceberg! From concerts and festivals to outdoor fun, like biking, hiking, fishing, kayaking and more, Cowichan features a long list of things to do all year round.
But what really makes this warm land live up to its name is the chill, unhurried pace and the many quiet, unspoiled spots to enjoy it in.