No matter what course you are doing, be it Short, Medium, or Long, you must carry an Emergency Survival Bag and an Emergency Whistle, both available from Event Registration, Bivouac Stores, or any good tramping shop.
Good to know
Registration is almost always at the Race Venue, or within walking distance from it. Check the Event Newsletter for details. On the day entries are accepted (cash only) with a $7 Late Fee.
|Long Course||7:30am to 8:40am||8:45am||9:00am|
|Medium Course||7:30am to 9:10am||9:15am||9:30am|
|Short Course||7:30am to 9:40am||9:45am||10:00am|
enter an event
Online entries close at 5pm the Friday before each event.
If you don’t do online stuff you can download an Entry Form and send us a cheque.
|Kids Entry (under 16)||$20|
|Late Entry Fee (from 5pm Wednesday before the event)||$7|
A late fee of $7 kicks in after 5pm on the Wednesday before each event.
It can be a bit iffy to refer to Trail Runs in terms of distance because so much depends on the nature of the trail. It’s generally more accurate to talk about the time it takes to complete the trail. We tell you the times in course descriptions, but everybody wants to know, so;
|Short Course||5km to 7km|
|Medium Course||10km to 14km|
|Long Course||17km to 20+km|
Anybody under 16 is welcome to enter any Short XTERRA event, but they must be accompanied by a fee paying adult who runs WITH THEM for the entire event. No exceptions.
There will be no cash refunds made for this series. However, if for some reason you are unable to participate in an event then your entry fee is transferable to another XTERRA Wellington race within the current series, provided you inform event organisers a week prior to the event date. Individual Entries are transferable between individuals for a $15 transfer fee. Please apply for transfers via email request.
Series Entries are not transferable and not able to be partially refunded if some events are missed.
XTERRA Wellington is an OutdoorsMark certified event and we take your fun and your safety very seriously.
We encourage you all to be responsible track users so please plan to take the following with you:
Map, Hydration Pack/Belt, Spare long sleeve base layer (wool or polyprop), Rain proof jacket, Beanie, Gloves, Basic first aid kit.