Our Partners + Sponsors

The success of 5 Peaks Trail Running Series wouldn’t be possible without the generous support of our Sponsor Team.  All of our partners in the Title, Presenting, National, Regional and Local levels help provide our participants an amazing off road experience through their kind contributions.  We encourage you to click on our partners’ logo to find out more about the individual organization and their overall commitment to the community and 5 Peaks Trail Running Series. On behalf of the 5 Peaks Team, we truly appreciate their involvement

With over 12,000 participants and several thousand spectators being involved in our events throughout the summer, we continue to lead the industry in participation levels on a national basis. Match these results with our focused marketing and advertising programs, and we are confident that the over 1 million people who were on our website, the 20,500 people involved in our news group distribution program, or the countless others watching, listening or reading about our events in our media and advertisement releases will be well aware of our sponsor’s involvement.  Sponsor positions are available in specific categories both regionally and nationally, and can be tailored to your requirements.  If your company or someone you know is interested in having their organization join our sponsor team, please contact amy@5peaks.com for more information.  


The original and most versatile headwear to keep you warm, cool and comfortable whether you are running, hiking, biking, skiing or waiting for the bus on your way to work. BUFF® offers a wide range of products to fit your lifestyle and almost countless designs to match your taste.  Website: http://www.buffcanada.com

National Partners:

New in 2015, Altra has come on as title running shoe sponsor of the 5 Peaks series.We weren’t started in some corporate office, but in the back room of a Wasatch Mountain running store. Our founders, elite athletes and running store managers, wanted a shoe that let you run the way you were born to. They noticed that the design of most running shoes was hurting runners more than helping them. Elevated heels promote high-impact landing and narrow toe boxes squeeze the toes out of their natural position.

What began as experimental shoe alterations has transformed into the only shoe company to provide a cushioned Zero Drop platform and FootShape™ toe box. This innovative combo promotes low-impact technique and allows your feet to remain in a natural, relaxed position across every terrain.  Altra will be donating a ton of great trail running shoes to the series this year! Read more.

CEP compression sportswear contains a one-of-a-kind level of compression expertise: six decades of research and development on the effects of compression are integrated into every CEP product. To order in Canada: CEP



Monarch butterflies will be starting their multigenerational journey northward this spring, and they need your help! If you live in Ontario or Quebec, please consider buying a $5 milkweed seed packet from the David Suzuki Foundation when you register for a race. Milkweed is the plant monarchs lay their eggs on and monarch caterpillars eat. Your seed packet(s) will arrive at your door late this spring for you to get started creating a beautiful butterfly-friendly garden. With over 12,000 runners in the 5 Peaks Family, together we’ll give monarchs a warm welcome this summer.



The Canadian Ski Patrol was initially created to provide first aid and rescue services on ski hills and delivering this valued service still remains our core focus.  Over the past two decades, however, CSP services have extended beyond the ski hill to offer first aid/medical support, and full medical team coordination, for a long list of recreational sporting events for many organizations.  As a result, our skilled volunteers have developed relationships and experience working in tandem with other volunteers, event organizers,  police, fire and local Emergency Medical Services (EMS).

The key to our service at any time of year is that patrollers are self-sufficient, yet they excel in teamwork and prompt communication. Our people are trained to be mobile, they are well versed in treating athletic injuries, and fully capable of being the first response for any medical illness or trauma.

Last but not least, they are adept at diagnosing the situation, and solving it immediately with the appropriate (and available) tools before dispatching to Emergency Medical Services (EMS).


The Canadian Mountain and Trail Running Association was developed, in part, to allow Canadian Mountain Runners the opportunity to compete with their peers on the international stage at the World Mountain Running Trophy.