Raid International Témiscamingue returns and this time it's broadcast on TV

The International Témiscamingue Raid in stunning northern Quebec is back in 2023, and this time it's going to be broadcast on TV.

After having organized a successful pilot project in 2021, the M.R.C. of Temiscamingue, the Société de développement du Témiscamingue (SDT) and their logistic partner Endurance Aventure have announced the official return of the International raid for 2023 in Canada!

The International Témiscamingue Raid will take place Sept. 8-10, 2023 in "one of the wildest territories in Canada where lakes, rivers and forests form a dream playground for adventurers in search of challenges."

The event features two days of competition with camp and a prologue on the territory of the Anishnabe Nation awaiting the racers. For the Friday prologue, teams will be paired with local youth athletes.

160 km of trail running, trekking, mountain biking, canoeing, orienteering not to mention the famous ropes sections will make up this spectacular raid.

Small hint on the course, the Témiscamingue region has more than 7000 lakes, there is a small chance that racers will get a bit wet on the raid!


The raid in a few words

    ·    2 stages and a prologue totaling 3 days of racing and 160 km of course in the heart of the Anishnabe territory:
    ·    Orienteering
    ·    Mountain biking
    ·    Canoe
    ·    Ropes event
    ·    25 teams (of two) max

An international showcase for Temiscamingue

The Raid Témiscamingue will broadcast through a television production distributed worldwide, a glimpse of the natural attractions and cultural riches of Temiscamingue. The program will thus reach potential adventure-nature tourists on all five continents.

The Témiscamingue TV distribution is :63 broadcasters, 133 countries, Household Reach: 1.3 billion.

For more information visit the official site of the Raid Témiscamingue.

Get ready.


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