Tagged: aid stations

Dark Side of Black Mountain Aid Station Volunteers photos

“Your force determines your reality.”  ..Qui-Gon Jinn “Resist the dark side, you must.”  ..Yoda “Do.  Or do not.  There is no try”  ..Yoda These empowering signs dotted the Dark Side of Black Mountain.  The Star Wars crew hiked up to the Dark Side before the crack of dawn.  Their task: ...

Photos from Grand Central (aid station supplies)

Patricia Jensen and her crew manages the task of gathering, loading, transporting and sorting all the supplies required for 11 aid stations and the safety gear for course marshals throughout race week. This race does take a village of dedicated volunteers.  On Wednesday evening,  Grand Central was a hive of...

Jul 14, 2018 – Race day photos of the 2018 Knee Knacker volunteers

This is the last set of 2018 Race Day photos. It’s a photo gallery of some of the 255 Knee Knacker volunteers as they: Offered gold coins and refreshments by pirates on top of Blackbeard’s Mountain; Cheered and smiled despite the blanket of bugs covering Cypress Provincial Park.  Evidence: Video of...

Important Info about Knee Knacker Aid Stations!

We are going GREEN this year! The first half of the race will have no cups @ the Aid Stations.  What does this mean for you? You will need to bring something that can be filled such as a collapsible cup, flask, water bottle, hydration bladder or other container of your...

Aid Stations and Checkpoints

You might be wondering if we have many aid stations on race day… Well, we have lots! We have 11 aid stations on the course this year. The aid stations are located at the following points: Black Mtn. 5.1 miles (water only) Cypress Bowl 7.5 miles (major) Hollyburn Lodge 10.2...

Thank you to our Aid Station Captains

Imagine running the Knee Knacker Trail Race without aid stations? Yes, it can be done, but running the Knee Knacker WITH aid stations is so much better! We have eleven amazing aid stations this year, all ready to meet your needs in whatever way possible. The captains lead the charge...