Since performance rallies normally take place on forest roads in wilderness areas, persons attending the Rally of the Tall Pines do so entirely at their own risk! This being said, viewing the sport can become an interesting adventure in itself. We suggest that you prepare as if you were going for a walk in the woods. Take warm clothing and footwear, a camera, a watch, food, and a flashlight. By observing the precautions above, your day at the Rally of the Tall Pines should be both memorable and enjoyable.
The rally competitors will be traveling over a wide geographical area throughout the day. The high-speed, timed stages are held on closed, forest access roads. The rally organizers have set up specific spectator viewing areas along the rally route.
There will be an Official Rally Guide available at the Start and at all Spectator Areas. This Guide, and the information on the Spectator Points page, will give you detailed directions on how to get to these areas. There will also be some signs posted along the public roads to help you find the way. When arriving at the specially marked areas, please obey the instructions of the marshals. Your safety, as well as that of the competitors, is at stake. Remember, your car may be moved or removed if, in the opinion of the rally organizers, emergency vehicles could be hampered by its location. Please keep in mind that all local authorities, and the Ontario Provincial Police, are very familiar with the route of the rally. Play it safe and stick to the posted speeds! PLEASE DRIVE SAFELY!!
Here are some tips to ensure that your Tall Pines spectating experience is a good one:
WARNING MOTORSPORT CAN BE DANGEROUS!