Ultra-Trail Harricana du Canada™ received the support of the Public Health.
GUIDELINES FOR VISITORS AND ACCOMPANYING PERSONS
Athletes are entitled to a maximum of two accompanying persons to greet them at the finish line. These persons must present their vaccination passport before entering the site and will receive a colour-coded bracelet. If they will be accompanying another runner on the Sunday, they will obtain a new bracelet with that day’s colour.
The number of visitors will be limited to one person between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. on the Saturday and from 9 a.m. to noon on Sunday, on the Mont Grand-Fonds site given the greater traffic flow expected during these time periods.
Support teams will not have to present their vaccination passport to travel to Marmotte and Hautes-Gorges stations, but access to these aid stations is limited to one car per athlete as indicated in our previous communications.
Athletes must present their vaccination passport when being given their bibs.
Once they have finished their race, they will be able to stay at the main site for a maximum of 45 minutes to take time to rest, drink and eat. Once they leave the site, they will not be able to re-enter unless they are accompanying another athlete and have obtained a bracelet for this purpose.