Man Tracker is fun for all ages

Trackers on horseback pursue "prey" on foot during event in Upper Clearwater

Youngsters part in the Well Gray Man Tracker in Upper Clearwater last weekend

Main photo: Youngsters show the speed they used while taking part in the kids’ event during the Well Gray Man Tracker in Upper Clearwater last weekend. Pictured are (front, l-r) Kiah Phillips, Jaden Phillips, Isabella Graffunder, Kia McFadyen,  Phoenix McFadyen, Thomas Cameron and Anna Cameron. Trackers behind them are Aisling Ives and Isla Stewart Clayton from Valemount.

2 boysLeft: Kia McFadyen (l) and Jaden Phillips run as if their lives depended on it as they take part the kids’ event at the Wells Gray Man Tracker last weekend at Wells Gray golf course.

 

 

 

 

aislingLeft:Isla Stewart Clayton pulls up her horse as two “prey” race towards the finish zone.

 

 

 

Below: Two “prey” hide in the tall grass as they try to sneak past the trackers on horseback.

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