22nd Annual

Quesnel Women’s Fall Challenge

Sunday, October 4, 2015


  2014 RESULTS


 The Quesnel Women’s Fall Challenge (QWFC) provides you with an opportunity to enhance your personal fitness while your fees benefit local health care.

Join us again for this women’s-only day of fun.  Bring your friends and family to revel in a beautiful Quesnel morning along the lake.  Participants must be female and a minimum of 6 years old.

Select your challenge: a 5 km walk or run OR a 10km walk or run OR a 21 km run.

Mark QWFC on your calendar

……October 4th, 2015…..

and join the fun.


14 Responses to Home

  1. Marcia says:

    Kudos to all of the committee. Great job!!! Thanks to Stride and Glide for their timing. It was very effective. I liked the chip check and the instant readings of all the walkers and runners as they came across the finish line. Thanks again for a great event. Looking forward to next year!

  2. Carley says:

    When does registration open for 2015? Where?

  3. Joyce says:

    I am still not able to access the registration forms on the Stride and Glide site. Any idea when that will be ready?

    • qwfc says:

      Hi Joyce, I just checked and the QWFC page is not yet available on stride and glide. They are perhaps busy with Storm the Mountain. Shayne said he would make our page active as soon as he can.
      The Q and District Rec Centre has forms now.

  4. Denise says:

    Hi there

    Just wondering if there is any late registration.

    Thank you so much for your help.

    • qwfc says:

      Hello Denise
      Yes indeed. You can register at the Quesnel Rec Centre until tomorrow afternoon. You can register at the race package pickup from 3 to 6 pm Saturday the 3rd. AND you can register at the boat launch on the morning of the race up until 8:15.
      We would be delighted for you to join us.

  5. Sam says:

    I’m reserving judgement, as I know very little about this event, but why is half the population specifically excluded from this event?

    • qwfc says:

      Hello Sam… Interesting… We have had requests to have a gentleman’s only event as well. This event grew out of a ladies group jaunt along the lake. Then the focus of fundraising for the mammography unit took hold and it grew. I think it was just assumed that since the focus is for women, that the event be for women. We have quite a few women who enjoy this aspect because they feel less stressed. I like the idea of a separate men’s event with that event having a focus on men’s health. The majority of the ladies are non-competitive and they participate to support the cause. (Over 200,000 so far).
      What do you think should happen?

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