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Canicross
Canicross

Do you run faster with four legs?

Less Crufts, more hard core. If you run better with your dog, bring it along. Endurancelife trails are canicross friendly.

Make sure your pup is up to the challenge. Just like you, they need prep and training. This is gruelling terrain. We’ll provide the water (at organised stations), you provide the drive.

Browse the trails to find the best one for you and your dog.

Canicross trail rules

Check out the rules of the event, and make sure to understand the details of your trail before you sign your canine up to the challenge. Some terrains are a dog’s dream, others are less suited.

  • One dog per person, please.
  • Be responsible for your dog’s business. Poo bags are a must.
  • Start position for canicrossers is either at the front or rear of the main pack. We’ll let you know during briefing on the day, as positioning varies according your trail.
  • Please be mindful of other runners. Dogs should be kept on a lead, and under control.
  • Canicrossers are included in results, but not eligible for winner’s prizes.

Routes vary, trails are different, and every dog is unique. We want you, you dog and everyone to enjoy the run, so please make sure you’re covered for any risks or eventualities. We advise you to get public liability insurance for the day.

New to canicross?

If you’re new to canicross, or need more information on running a trail with your dog, find out more here.

If you have any questions about bringing your dog an event, contact a member of the team.