Saturday May 12 - 2018
25/50K start at 8:00
15K &
12K Relay start at 8:30




6:00 – 8:00am  Race day at Pine Ridge High school


This year we are still staging a two person 12k relay, each runner will run 6k and both with do a water crossing. Due to the growth of our event we have been forced to place a cap of 500 entrants, so please register early. This year all finishers will receive a cool Seaton Soaker Buff or a medal.


Check out previous years reviews, we are only 1 of 2 races that are at 100% positive satisfaction

Race Kits – All runners receive a race kit with lots of runner swag. All runners receive a cool Seaton Soaker t-shirt.

Race day Registration- It is available. Cash only. Please get there early as it is very busy with kit pick up as well.

Race Start – 25/50K starts at 8:00. There is an 8 hour time limit for these 2 races.
15K and 12K relay starts at 8:30.

Bibs- Please wear your bib on the front. We have photographers on course, and they must see your bib # to identify you for the awesome photos.

Parking- Lots of parking at Pine Ridge High school

Washrooms/Showers – We have full use of Pine Ridge High School. The School is at the start/finish line. Lots of washrooms. Showers are also available for our use. There are washrooms at Forestream Aid station (7.5K) and Whitevale Aid station (12.5K) on the course.

First Aid- There are trained emergency medical responders on course, and at start/finish line.
Water Crossing- The water crossing is with about 2.5K left to go in the race. 15K and 25K runners cross it once. 50K runners cross it twice. It is about a 20 metre crossing. Most runners just run through with their shoes and socks on. Pickering Fire Dept. personnel are at the water crossing and have a rope installed across the water crossing. You can grab the rope for stability if you so chose. Water level is usually below the knees.

Course Restrictions- Only registered runners and volunteers are permitted on the course. No animals. This is for safety and insurance purposes.
Photos- Every runner will receive a link to their photos. This is no charge to each runner. Dave Robinet and his team from will be on course. Remember to smile for the camera.

Race Etiquette – Most of the race is on single track. If passing someone, please let them know by shouting out ‘on your left’. Also, headphones are discouraged because of this. Enjoy the scenery, and the camaraderie of your fellow trail runners.

Aid Stations - There are 4 Aid Stations. Start/Finish line. Dog Park at 3K. Forestream at 7.5K. Whitevale at 12.5K. Seaton Soaker is an ‘out and back’ course, so runners also hit these Aid Stations on their way back. All Aid Stations are well stocked with Electrolyte Hydration, gels, sandwiches, pretzels, gummies, chips etc. Lots of opportunity to graze at the stations......

Awards – Seaton Soaker is part of the OUTRACE series. We therefore use the age groups from the series. Under 40, 40-49, Over 50. Overall winners, and Age Group winners will receive a prize.
All finishers will receive a medal or Buff.

Post race food – Lots of food for all runners at the end of the race. There will be pizza, bagels, bananas, samosas, sandwiches and chocolate milk. Lots of veggy options.