Mt Baw Baw Trail fest

Mt Baw Baw Trail Fest

The Mount Baw Baw Trail Fest is set in the picturesque alpine village of Mount Baw Baw in the Victorian Alps the courses offered provide a range of run distances from entry level runners to the more experienced trail runner, offering opportunities for mum, dad and the kids to get out and get a feel for this pristine alpine environment.

Short course distance of 1/4/7 km are great for the kids and those just wanting to stretch their legs following scenic walking trails. For the more experienced, the 15/21 km and 44 km courses take in more challenging and historic runs through the National Park to Mt St Gwinear and Mushroom Rocks.

Soak up the pristine alpine environment and challenge yourself to run at an altitude above 1,500 metres.

Fun running for all the family.

Key information

Date: Saturday 04 March - Sunday 05 March 2017

Location: Mount Baw Baw Resort, Victoria, Australia

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Razorback Run

Razorback Run

22—40—64 km Alpine Runs

This classic Alpine run offers three challenging distances in some of the most spectacular country in Victoria’s Alpine National Park. The 64 km Razorback Ridge run takes in the entire length of the Razorback to offer some of the most stunning ridge running and scenery in the Australian Alps, the 40 km Razorback Circuit and the 22 km short course Razorback Ridge—a delightful day out up to the Summit of Mt Feathertop and back along the Razorback.

Set in the heart of Victoria’s high country, the Razorback Run is one of the most amazing high altitude runs that Australia has to offer.

Key Information

Date: Saturday 18 March 2017

Location: Harrietville Victoria, Australia

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Mt Buller Sky Run

Mt Buller Sky Run

22—36—45 km Alpine Runs

Join us and experience some of the most spectacular alpine trail running within close proximity of Melbourne.

The Mount Buller Skyrun offers three unique runs:

  1. 22 km introductory trail run from Mount Buller to Mount Stirling and back.
  2. 36 km mid distance course from Mount Buller to Mount Stirling and then a quad busting descent to the Delatite River before a gut wrenching 1200m climb to the summit of Mount Buller.
  3. 45 km ultra course which takes in Mount Stirling, Craigs Hut, great views over the Crosscut Saw and the Bluff, a scenic jog along the banks of the Delatite River and a final crushing climb to the summit of Mount Buller itself before an exhilarating 2 km descent to the finish line.

All up an exhilarating day trip from Melbourne.

Key Information

Date: Sunday 02 April 2017

Location: Mount Buller Alpine Resort

Start/Finish: The Village Square Mount Buller

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Dinner Plain

Dinner Plain Mile High Trail Run

1 km—5 km—10 km—21 km—32 km Runs

The Dinner Plain Mile High Trail Run is set in the picturesque alpine village of Dinner Plain at 1569 m the course takes in a range of run distances from entry level runners to the more experienced trail runner, offering opportunities for mum, dad and the kids to get out and experience this pristine alpine environment.

Short course distance of 1 km for the littlies and 5 km and 10 km are great for the kids and those just wanting to stretch their legs allowing scenic walking trails. For the more experienced, the 21 km and 32 km courses take in more challenging and historic runs through the Alpine National Park, Mt Hotham Village and the historic Cobungra Ditch.

Soak up the pristine alpine environment and challenge yourself to run at an altitude above 1600 metres (one mile) and join the Dinner Plain Mile High club.

Key Information

Date: Saturday 19 November 2016

Distance: 1 km—5 km—10 km—21 km—32 km

Location: Dinner Plain Village Victoria, Australia

Start/Finish: Dinner Plain Hut, BBQ area next to Village Square Car park, Dinner Plain, Great Alpine Road.

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Alpine Challenge

Alpine Challenge

100 Mile—100 km—60 km Individual—Team—Relay Challenge

The Alpine Challenge is without doubt the toughest, most challenging, most spectacular and most rewarding mountain trail run in Australia—if not the southern hemisphere. The 100 mile course runners take in 6 major climbs with 7,300 m of ascent and descent including Mt Feathertop, Mt Hotham, Mount McKay, Spione Kopje, Mt Nelse and Victoria’s highest mountain, Mt Bogong and 4 river crossings. The 100 km involves over 4,000 m of ascent and descent.

Key Information

Date: Saturday 26 November– Monday 28 November 2016

Location: Alpine National Park, Victoria, Australia

Start/Finish: Falls Creek, Slalom Plaza

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Mt Buller Sky Run

Great Alpine Road Marathon and Half Marathon

The Great Alpine Road traverses some of Victoria’s most stunning alpine areas, offering glimpses of Victoria’s pioneering days: from gold mining, to the legends of the mountain cattlemen and now home to a booming tourism sector based around running, skiing, walking, mountain biking and horse riding.

Welcome to what must be Australia’s most stunning and challenging half marathon and marathon—The Great Alpine Road Marathon and Half Marathon. This run, destined to be one of Australia’s top marathon running courses will, in 2015 commences in the heart of the Australian Alps at Dinner Plain and follows the iconic Great Alpine Road out to Mt St Bernard Depot before returning to Dinner Plain.

Not for the fainthearted this “hilly” run offers fantastic views of the Razorback, Mount Feathertop, Mount Bogong, Mount Buffalo, the high plains and the Kiewa Valley.

The half marathon starts at Mount Hotham and runs out to Blowhard Hut and then follows the Great Alpine Road to Dinner Plain.

Key information

Date: Sunday 20 November 2016

Start/Finish: Dinner Plain, Great Alpine Road

Registration: Dinner Plain Hut from 06:00 – 06:45, 20 November for registration and collection of race bibs and advice on carrying bad weather gear.

For more details click here.