The Kingston to Ottawa 200 (K2O) race is an ultra endurance 200km marathon paddling race through a UNESCO World Heritage site. The race takes place on slow moving water and must be completed within 36 hours. All types of non-fixed paddle crafts are allowed in the race however, no crafts with sails or pedals are permitted. Examples of non-fixed paddle crafts are: canoes, kayaks, SUPs, voyageur canoes, surf skis, etc. Challenge the race as a soloist, in a team of 2 or more paddlers, or even as a relay to split up the distance. The K2O makes its mark as Ontario’s longest non-stop paddling marathon and the only race in the province to offer prize money. Expect an incredible journey, an incredible event, and an incredible challenge!



 
 


NEW THIS YEAR! – “Race for a Reason”

Teams registering can now start their own fundraising campaign towards a charity/cause of their choice directly through our website!

Kudos to Team #10! See their incredible story HERE!



Check out the 2015 race coverage by Brad Jennings from Get Out There Magazine!