Register TODAY for UCR’s First Off-Road 2012 Fun Run for Cayennes only!

The forest-lined trails of the Ganaraska Conservation Area in Durhamare beckoning your four-wheel drive Cayenne. Changes in elevation,winding trails and varied terrain offer a wide variety ofopportunities to explore your Cayenne’s potential, with limited risks. (Most trails are 8-10 feet wide.)

Rain… Shine… or Snow…Saturday, October 20th, 2012 Are you ready to go?

To start us off, Steven Revoy will lead us through a 15km route through the northeastern section of the western park.

We will break for lunch—bring your own brown bag, beverages, cooler, and chair.Indoors or out, we will have a chance to share our Porsche passions, ideas and suggestions for developing this new facet for our Club.

In the afternoon, you will be free to explore the remainder of the park on your feet, bike, horse or in your Cayenne. TreeTop Trekking also offers a unique canopy tour and obstacle course which you can book in advance (reservations required for TreeTop).

$30 per vehicle (includes a map of the forest), regardless of number of passengers,maximum registration of 15 vehicles. If we get 10 or more we will get a discount.

Tail and brake lights will be inspected. Tow hook/eye-hook recommended.

To register, contact Steven Revoy srevoy@gmail.com
Ganaraska Conservation Area
Ganaraska Forest Centre
R.R. 1 Campbellcroft, Ontario
gfc@grca.on.ca www.ganaraskaforestcentre.ca
(15 minutes south east of Canadian Tire Motorsport Park)
Facilties include: small snack bar; indoor washrooms; indoors or outdoors for lunch.

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