Kuranda to Port Douglas Trail Race, 64km, 64km Relay and 16km Bump to Beach

Kuranda, Queensland
Sunday, 20 August 2017

Kuranda to Port Douglas Trail Race, 64km, 64km Relay and 16km Bump to Beach

Sunday, 20 August 2017 6:00 AM - 4:00 PM (Brisbane, Queensland Australia Time)

Corner Black Mountain Road and Kennedy Highway
Kuranda, Queensland 4881

0417 798 444
Phone: 0417798444
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Event ​organiser: ​Dynamic ​Running ​Ltd. ​
Race ​directors: ​Heidi ​Sweeting ​and ​Lorraine ​Lawson

Welcome! ​

You ​must ​be ​18 ​years ​or ​older ​to ​complete ​this ​entry ​form. ​

This ​even ​has ​three ​races:
1) ​64km ​Kuranda ​to ​Port ​Douglas ​Ultra ​Trail ​Marathon
2) ​64km ​Kuranda ​to ​Port ​Douglas ​Relay ​(2-4 ​team ​members ​doing ​from ​14-21.1km ​per ​leg)
3) ​16km ​Bump ​to ​Beach ​(last ​leg ​of ​the ​K2PD ​race).

JUNIORS ​please ​note: ​You ​only ​qualify ​to ​complete ​in ​the ​Bump ​to ​Beach ​(14-17 ​yr ​olds) ​or ​ONE ​leg ​of ​the ​64km ​Kuranda ​to ​Port ​Douglas ​Relay ​Race ​(16-17 ​yr ​olds). ​A ​parent ​or ​guardian ​must ​complete ​the ​form ​on ​behalf ​of ​a ​competitor ​under ​the ​age ​of ​18. ​Entry ​age ​for ​juniors ​are ​as ​per ​age ​on ​race ​day. ​Juniors ​can ​only ​participate ​if ​a ​parent/guardian ​is ​present ​at ​the ​event. ​Entry ​is ​at ​the ​discretion ​of ​the ​race ​director. ​Applications ​must ​be ​submitted ​at ​least ​TWO ​weeks ​prior ​to ​the ​event. ​No ​late ​entries ​will ​be ​considered.

This ​Point-to-Point ​race ​starts ​just ​off ​Kennedy ​Highway ​in ​Kuranda ​and ​follows ​Black ​Mountain ​Road ​that ​runs ​through ​native ​rainforest, ​open ​eucalyptus ​forest, ​pine ​plantations ​and ​crosses ​picturesque ​creeks ​to ​finish ​on ​Four ​Mile ​Beach, ​Port ​Douglas. ​The ​course ​incorporated ​in ​the ​Mowbray ​National ​Park ​within ​the ​Wet ​Tropics ​World ​Heritage ​Area. ​The ​tropical ​rainforest ​is ​home ​to ​the ​endangered ​southern ​cassowary, ​a ​flightless ​bird ​that ​can ​grow ​to ​two ​metres ​in ​height ​- ​you ​might ​see ​one! ​
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