Frequently asked questions
For more information please contact us.
► We are often asked about the name of our event...Butter?
The east-west portion of the Trans Canada Trail through Colchester County, Nova Scotia follows the former railway line along the North Shore of the province. The trail section through Tatamagouche is known as the Butter Trail, named after the Tatamagouche Creamery beside the trail. The trail crosses the French River and Waugh River (both tidal), runs through Nelson Memorial Park, and passes by Patterson Wharf Park. The Tatamagouche Area Trails Association manages this trail on provincial crown property.
► How do I register?
Registration is open now at Race Roster.
► Is there a registration cut-off date?
Online registration closes at noon, Saturday September 30th. You are welcome to register the day of the event, however please note that there is an increase in the registration fee.
►What if I have registered for one event and decide to run another?
Just contact us here, or come and see one of the event organizers on race day.
►Is there any secure area during the race where I can leave my personal belongings?
There is a locked room at the North Shore Recreation Centre for this purpose if required.
►Are pets and child strollers permitted on the route?
Sorry, no pets are allowed. Strollers are allowed, but please be sure to make way for those around you.
►What accommodations are available in the area?
Train Station Inn
Amet View Chalets
Dolan's Inn & Suites
► Is there any other way I can volunteer or help out in the event if I can't participate?
We welcome and value volunteers for a variety of important jobs. Please contact us.