The Snow Wilkins Hawke’s Bay Adventure Race will be held for the last time on Saturday March 31, 2012.
There are only limited number of entries available for the race – to be held at a secret venue in the Hastings District.
The popular race has been held at a wide range of venues of venues throughout Hawke’s Bay including Tutira, Puketiritiri, the outskirts of Havelock North and Te Awanga.
The first ever race was held out at Te Awanga with just 27 teams and now the race has up to 100 teams entered and over 350 competitors.
The course has been designed to be achievable with an average level of fitness and will consist of a distance of anywhere between 30km to 50km in total.
All competitors must follow the course designed by the course setter.
All checkpoints must be visited. If a checkpoint is missed either a time penalty or disqualification will be given.
The course could include:
Trekking- on farmland / native bush / trails
Flat water kayaking – double plastic sit-on-top kayaks will be supplied (no experience required)
Mountain biking – mainly down hill and on flats, off road and on road (mountain bikes can be hired from most bike shops)
Other activities – ropes (no experience required, not compulsory), introductory navigation and other mystery enjoyable activities
This event is ideal for the beginner adventure racer, ex-support crew or even the ex-couch potato. Get some friends together for an enjoyable and memorable adventure!
Race Briefing/ Registration
This will be held at Golflands – on State Highway 2, Mangateretere. This will be held between 4pm and 7pm. All team members are required to attend the race briefing which includes a gear check, signing of liability release and course details.
More more details visit www.hbar6.co.nz
|When:||Sat 31 Mar|
|Where:||Pin To be held at a secret venue in the Hastings District,|