Chase March

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Running with Chase March

Cross country running is one of my favourite activities. I love exploring a new trail, taking some pictures, and sharing my journey with you. Hopefully, you will discover a new trail to explore with these photographic tours.

Oh Deer, Unxepected Running Companions

Komoka Provincial Park is one of my favourite places to run. I haven’t ran the front portion of the trail, the one that starts on Oxford Road, in a while. I have mainly been running the blue trail lately. But I felt like a change, and boy did I get one. When I got to […]

Cup and Saucer Trail Run

The Cup and Saucer Trail is an absolutely beautiful place to hike on Manitoulin Island and one of the most popular trails in the province. There are 12 km of hiking trails through the hardwood bush, as well as 2 km of adventure trails. As you can see from the sign, there are some huge […]

M’Chigeeng Trail

The M’Chigeeng Hiking Trail is located on First Nations’ land on Manitoulin Island. The trail starts off rather rocky and runs uphill for quite some time. The run was worth it just for this beautiful rocky terrain. But it gets even nicer at the top. The trail markers are easy to follow all the way […]

Bridal Veil Falls

Bridal Veil Falls is located in a small village on Manitoulin Island, Ontario, Canada. I spent some time on the island last week and wanted to find a few interesting places to run. This definitely fit the bill. Here you can see the Kagawong River which flows from Lake Kagawong to the North Channel of […]

Running During the Corona Virus Lockdown

I love trail running and I didn’t think I’d be able to do it during the Corona virus restrictions that have been in place for a long time now. Fortunately, there are many trails that are still open in my area. There are signs posted to help people continue the social distancing that we all […]

A.W. Campbell Trail Run

A.W. Campbell Conservation area is located in the small township of Brooke-Alvinston, Ontario. Unfortunately, I forgot to take a picture of the front entrance or the trail map when I was there for a run on the weekend. But let’s go on a little tour of the place nonetheless. There are 40 campsites, various playgrounds […]

That One Time I Ran Steeplechase

In middle school, I ran track and cross country. I still remember the first time I went to a meet and saw this beautiful red track. I was in awe. The surface was soft and had a bit of a bounce to it. It was nothing like the dirt tracks I had seen. In fact, […]

Tower Trail at MacGregor Point Provincial Park

MacGregor Point Provincial Park is located at 1593 Bruce Road 33 in Port Elgin, ON. Canada. There are several trails that you can run or bike on here. However, you have to pay a day-use fee to access the park. If you don’t want to pay the day fee, you can make your way to […]

See the Trilliums While You Can

I love trail running this time of year and getting to see trilliums starting to bloom. Warbler Woods in London, Ontario is one of the best places to see Ontario’s Provincial Flower every spring. The flowers line the trailside and it is absolutely beautiful. The trillium needs a lot of sunlight to survive. Unfortunately, wooded […]

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