Thursday, 28 August 2014

Canberra 101 Trail Run

Posted by speedygeoff on Thursday, August 28, 2014 with No comments
Dear athletes

The Sri Chinmoy Canberra 101 Trail Run is just one month away – on Sunday 28 September 2014.  The Sri Chinmoy Canberra 101 Trail Run is born from the success of the Sri Chinmoy Canberra Centenary Trail Run held in 2013 to celebrate the Centenary of Canberra.  Since Canberra has turned 101 in 2014, one kilometre will be added to the route from 2013...

When? – Sunday 28 September, 6 am start for solo runners, 6.30 am start for relay teams
Where? – all around Canberra
What? – a challenging, thrilling and utterly rewarding tour of the best of Canberra's hills, bush reserves and scenic delights
Why? – to celebrate the soul, scenery and life of our Capital city
How?enter online now!

A golden opportunity to run Canberra's best tracks and trails – in a day

For lovers of trails there can be no better way to celebrate our unique capital, conceived as a "city in the bush".  The course comprises mostly tracks and fire trails through Canberra's extensive tracts of native bushland, with some linking cycle paths through urban areas.  Starting and finishing at Regatta Point on Lake Burley Griffin, the route describes a wide circle including:

* Parliament House, Red Hill, Isaacs Ridge, Farrer Ridge
* Mt Taylor, Cooleman Ridge
* Stromlo Forest Park, National Arboretum
* Aranda Bushland, Black Mountain Reserve, Bruce Ridge, O'Connor Ridge
* Mt Majura, Mt Ainslie and Anzac Parade

The race is open to solo runners as well as relay teams of 4, with relay legs of around 25 km each.  The race will commence at 6 am for solo runners and 6.30 am for relay teams, with a midnight cut-off (18 hours for solo runners, 17.5 hours for relay teams).

For runners interested in joining a team – or for teams looking for runners to make up your team – please contact us at

View the full course map, including the relay changeover points (please note, the route through Stromlo Forest Park on leg 2 is currently being revised and may include the additional kilometre...), and read the event information.

Online entry for this magnificent event is now open.  Don't hesitate to give us a call on 0404 071-327 or drop us a line at with any questions or observations.


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