Elliot’s Revenge Trail Run 2024

Elliot’s Revenge Trail Run 2024

The second event in the Outer Limits Trail Run Series 2024

Apr

14

2024

to

Apr

14

2024
Region
Far North Queensland / Cairns
Start
6:00 am
Finish
11:00 am
Cost
$18 - 55
Early Bird tickets available. Very affordable Junior entry fees
Host
Outer Limits Adventure Fitness
Contact
Aline Herzog
Phone
0401 572 071
Email
aline.herzog89@gmail.com
Web
https://outerlimitsadventure.com.au/event/elliotts-revenge-trail-run/

The second run in the Outer Limits Trail Run Series is known for the refreshing creek crossings as well as THE hill. Once you have climbed the hill you will look forward to cooling off in the creeks you encounter along the trail. The course follows designated walking trails and power line tracks with undulating terrain. The trails are very well suited for beginners and newcomers to trail running as they are not too technical or difficult.

The event takes place in Bowling Green Bay National Park, where the rugged mountains rise from the salt plains and mangrove forests of the coastal plains. The highest peak within the park is Mount Elliot, dominating the landscape with a height of 1221m. Make sure to pack your swimmers and picnic blanket for after the run and stick around to explore the swimming holes and waterfalls. Alligator Creek is a small slice of paradise just 20 minutes south of Townsville.

We acknowledge the Bindal people as the Traditional Owners of this land. We pay our respects to their cultures, their ancestors and their Elders, past and present – and all future generations.

Venue
Alligator Creek Day Use Area
Mount Elliot QLD 4816
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