October 10, 2020 @ 6:30 am – 7:30 pm
Finger Lakes Community College
3325 Marvin Sands Dr. Canandaigua
NY 14424
Gil Robs

CanLake 50 Ultras and MiniCan 25Km is one of the few road ultra marathons in the US and North America. The race features challenging racecourse. Historically, CanLake Ultras have been good to first-time ultra runners averaging 95% finishers rate. It’s probably
50 Mile – Run one big road loop around the most beautiful Finger Lake in Western New York. The course is mostly flat to rolling roads with several major climbs, including locally-famous Bopple Hill.
50K – Run point-to-point over the final 31 miles of the 50-mile route. With significantly less climbing and descending than the first 19 miles of the 50-mile route, the 50K is more friendly for first-time ultra runners and a logical step up from the marathon.
25Km – Not ready to run ultra yet? Try 25Km instead! Run point-to-point over the final 14.5 miles of the 50 Mile/50 Km route after running short out-and-back starting on and using South Lake road. The time limit is 6 1/2 hours. The minimum average speed to complete the 25Km race is 2.07 miles per hour or 25 minutes per mile. Please note that the 25Km race won’t allow pacers and handlers.
Come for the Race and Extend your Stay
Peak fall foliage will create a scenic backdrop for crew, pacers, friends, and family as they accompany you and your fellow ultrarunners along the course to the finish. After the race, why not extend your stay and explore stunningly beautiful Canandaigua and the Finger Lakes Region? Art galleries, museums, historic sites, boat cruises, winery tours, shopping, and our regionally-famous grape pies are all options for you, your friends, and your family to enjoy.
Technical race shirts for every runner. Coffee, juice, and donuts at the start. Twelve well-stocked aid stations featuring GU products. The post-race meal offered to all race participants and volunteers. Free transportation to the 50 Km and 25 Km starts. All finishers in both races receive a medal – gold, silver, or bronze – based on age-graded standards