Frozen Falcon

Update Regarding Frozen Falcon 2022 – December 20, 2021
Sadly and with great disappointment I am announcing that Frozen Falcon 2022 will be cancelled for this year.
While there was so much hope a month ago, with the increasing COVID numbers and significant uncertainty of what the next month will look like in regard to case numbers and public health restrictions, I am unable to take the risk of moving forward with this event. The high likelihood that it wouldn’t be able to happen make the financial risk too much, and asking you to register knowing that the race likely wouldn’t happen even if we forged on, is inappropriate and takes advantage of your unwavering support.
Once again, the date will be rolled over to February 2023 with the hope that we can finally move forward and have this race once again.
Thank you for your understanding.
– Joel

Can you winter ultra??
Frozen Falcon is a winter, 8-hour, looped trail running race held at the Falcon Ridge Ski Slopes located at Falcon Trails Resort. The loop is 6.5ish km/4ish mile and follows the High Lake Multi-Use Trail.

The goal? 
To have a fun time, pushing your limits to see how far you can go in 8-hours. Go hard for 1 hour, 3 hours, 6 hours or the whole time. Just do your best and have fun!

The ultimate challenge?
To run 8 loops, equalling just over 50k in the 8-hours, which will earn you the Frozen Falcon 50k Finisher toque!

If you have already accomplished this challenge, and received the toque, don’t fret. If you hit 50k again, you will receive a snowflake patch which can be added to your toque.
Those who hit 40 cumulative loops will receive special recognition and an award to be determined.

Registration Details


Sunday, February 5, 2023

  • Check-In begins at 8:00 AM
  • Racer Meetings at 8:45 AM
  • Start at 9:00 AM

Unknown at this time.

Entry Includes

Access to a groomed, winter-use trail, simple aid station food (see more details re: aid below), first aid support, Frozen Falcon participant patch, and special 50k finisher award.

There will also be awards for 1st Place Male & Female. (Furthest distance, faster time for tie in distance.)


Additional Race Details

Check In & Start

Check in begins at 8:00 AM on Sunday, February 6, with a mandatory racer meeting at 8:45 AM. Check in and racer meeting will take place in the Chalet. Aid station and timing will take place outside in the heated canvas tent.
Race begins at 9:00 AM, finishing at 5:00 PM.

Gear List

Even though this is a looped race, it’s still a winter event, therefore you will be required to carry the following gear which must be presented at check-in.

  • 500ml insulated water.
  • Extra toque.
  • Extra windproof jacket.
  • Emergency blanket.

We will use manual timing for this event, and there will be no live tracking. At the end of each loop, you need to enter the canvas tent to check-in so we can record your lap. If at any point you decide you’ve done enough distance and are ready to chill out, you must let the timing crew know. We don’t want to spend our evening looking for someone on the trail that didn’t let us know they were finished.


The race will take place at Falcon Ridge Ski Slopes.

Course Description 

The route will follow the groomed, High Lake Multi-Use Trail (6.5 km/loop). There will be MINIMAL ADDITIONAL MARKINGS added to the route other than what is already being used. See link above for description and route.
In case of soft-snow/warm-weather conditions, an alternate, shorter route will be used that will include the Top of the World Trail. This decision will be made at the discretion of Falcon Ridge Ski Slopes in order to maintain the trail for future use.  Let’s all wish for a colder, but beautiful day!!

Frozen Falcon 1
Aid Stations

As a looped course, you will regularly return to the canvas timing tent where you will find the aid station set up. It will consist of chips, candy, instant noodle soup (ramen) and water (bring your own cup, if need be). Anything that you want for your race beyond that you can provide. Falcon Ridge Ski Slopes also has food for sale (burgers, fries, beer, etc) in the chalet that operates from 10-4.


Snowshoes are allowed.


On the trail, you are responsible for you! Please make sure you have the required gear, and know how to use it. If you see someone in trouble, please provide help.

Local Accommodations

If you are looking to stay in the area for the weekend, there are many options in the area.

These include;