Facing the longest night. Together.

Run or walk with us on December 21-22.

Tuesday, December 21 is the Winter Solstice, the longest night of the year. In southern Manitoba that means 16 hours of darkness, from sunset to sunrise on the 22nd.

This is a night where we experience darkness. Grief. Loneliness. Anxiety. Weariness. We think of friends and family who are suffering. We think of the dark, lonely places in our own lives.
And, together, we will move forward through the darkness.


Choose to walk or run. Alone, or with friends or family. Sign up for a one-hour slot, or two, or more. Run the whole night if you like.


2024 details coming in fall! Questions? Contact us at hello@longestnightrun.com.