Wave 1 – Short Course
7:30am – contactless registration opens and start area open.
8am – Wave 1 starts
Wave 2 – Short/Medium Course
8am – Wave 2 contactless registration opens.
8:10am – Wave 2 start area opens
8:30 – Wave 2 starts
Wave 3 – Medium Course
8:30am – Wave 3 contactless registration opens
8:40am – Wave 3 start area opens
9am – Wave 3 starts
Wave 4 – Medium Course
9am – Wave 4 contactless registration opens
9:10am – Wave 4 start area opens
9:30am – Wave 4 starts
Wave 5 – Long Course
9:30am – Wave 5 contactless registration open.
9:40am – Wave 5 start area opens
10am – Wave 5 starts
Wave 6 – Long Course
10am – Wave 6 contactless registration opens
10:10am – Wave 6 start area opens
10:30am – Wave 6 starts
Wave 7 – Long Course
10:30am – Wave 7 contactless registration opens
10:40 – Wave 7 start area opens
11am – Wave 7 starts
There are a couple of decent climbs in here will have you walking funny on Monday.
1:40 to 2:45 hours
Start at Bata Place and head up a Private Road that connects with a Ridge Track. Follow this and then veer left on to the Tip Track. Left onto the Red Rocks Track and run until you reach the intersection of Red Rocks Track and Radome. Right onto Radome and up to Hawkins Hill Road, left on Hawkins hill and then left on to BunkerTrack. Connect back up with Red Rocks Track and follow all the way down to the Coast. Turn left once you hit the sea and follow the Coastal Track, back to the Finish Line.
One (solid) hill out of the way early in your run.
1:00 to 1:45 hours
Start at Bata Place and head up a Private Road that connects with a Ridge Track. Follow this and then veer left on to the Tip Track. Left onto the Red Rocks Track and follow this all the way down to the Coast. Turn left once you hit the sea and follow the Coastal Track back to the Finish Line.
A couple of solid climbs then views you don’t want to miss.
Ok, so the start of this race is not for the faint-hearted but trust us when we say, it is worth it. This new short course starts with a climb that takes you up from Bata place along the ridgeline. You will then duck left away from the other courses down toward the sea. Your second climb brings you up to a ridgeline. It is here when the Short course comes into its own. Take a left and follow the ridgeline all the way home as you enjoy simply stunning views of…well basically everything. There is a steep descent with about 300m to go so keep your wits about you and enjoy a little adventure as you close off your run. We have something in place to help those that need it.