Blind Road Runners Logo. A roadrunner wearing oversize running shoes


We are the CCB Blind Road Runners, a recreational running club with a twist! We bring sighted and non-sighted people together to enjoy the amazing sport of running. Our group is comprised of members with broad fitness levels, from beginners to ultra‑marathoners, and all distances in between.

We are a chapter of the Canadian Council of the Blind. Our group is based in Toronto and we are happy to support blind runners and sighted running guides from across Canada.

We run year round on Sunday mornings, and Wednesday evening during the summer months.

Where: Runs include around Mt. Pleasant Cemetery,
along the Beltline, or down to the Brickworks.
When: Sundays 10am
When: Wednesdays 6:15pm (May to September)

You may have seen us on the trail… You can easily spot us running with a tether.

If you are looking to increase your distance or try running for the first time or you want to volunteer by becoming a running guide, join us for some fun and a run. For questions about running with us read our FAQs for Blind and Partially sighted Runners, FAQs of Guiding or  email us.

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