Cain’s Quest changed its route the day before the race to circumvent adverse conditions in southern Labrador.

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The Cain’s Quest organizers have adjusted the route of the Labrador snowmobile endurance race due to poor conditions on the south coast of the Big Land. The change was made just 18 hours before the race was set to start. Originally spanning over 3,500 kilometers, the new route is approximately 3,150 kilometers long. The decision to reroute the race was based on feedback indicating that the south coast was impassable due to excessive water and melting snow. Despite the adjustments still being finalized, the new route will lead racers to locations like Happy Valley-Goose Bay and Nain sooner and introduce a rest stop at Cain’s Quest headquarters in Labrador City, marking the first time a rest stop has been placed in Labrador West. Organizers believe that while the changes may not be perfect, they have done their best to ensure the race takes place in 2024. Racers have responded positively to the alterations, and the organizers are confident that the multi-day race can be successfully completed despite the weather challenges that led to the cancellation of last year’s event.

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