Half Marathon Walk

Half Marathon Walk for Mental Health

We are very excited to continue our partnership with Bell Let’s Talk to offer an exciting  initiative for all the participants joining us this year for the Bell Let’s Talk Half Marathon Walk for Mental Health! 
 
Starting today and continuing through to October 14th we encourage everyone to help us raise funds for the Canadian Mental Health Association, PEI Division. Once you are registered, you can set up your participant fund raising page in either Race Roster or Running Room and start raising money for CMHA-PEI.
 
The top fund raiser in will win a Fitbit Charge 2 courtesy of Bell Let’s Talk. 
 
                                                     

 

Walk Details

Date – October 14th, 2018

*NEW* Official Start Time – 9:00am

Course Description

The Half Marathon Walk is a looped course, starting at the Confederation Centre on Grafton Street and finishing at the corner of University Avenue and Grafton Street. The participants will pass through, Victoria Park following the Park Road along Charlottetown Harbour. After leaving Victoria Park, participants continue onto Queen Elizabeth Drive and follow the shore of the North River through the distinguished Charlottetown neighbourhood of Brighton. The route continues through residential neighbourhoods until meeting up to Belvedere Avenue. The route then takes runners along Belvedere Avenue and up to the University of Prince Edward Island where participants will turn on to the Confederation Trail and follow it to Royalty Junction Road where they will turn right to start making their way back to the finish line. Participants will walk along Brackley Point Road and pass by the Charlottetown Airport before turning to the Sherwood Road to take on first of three hills. The route then makes a final left turn on to the Malpeque Road leaving a straight path to the finish and two more hills before reaching the finish line at Historic Province House.

For a printable turn by turn description of the route click here.

Click here to see the New Interactive PEI Marathon Route Maps