Maxi 3 Hour at Glenluce on Sunday October 20

Sunday October 20 – registration open from 9:30am for an 11am mass start
The perfect way to finish off your bush season afterwards is the always enjoyable Maxi Adventure Race! This year participants can enter either the traditional 3-hour or the innovative 90-minute category; individually or in teams of 2 to 5 members. Final pre-entry for this classic event closes tomorrow night at midnight (although limited enter on the day will be available subject to map availability) so head to eventor using the links below:

Online Entry for the Team Categories
Online Entry for Individual Categories

The competition area is based in the Castlemaine Diggings National Heritage Park in an area known as Glenluce. Most of the forest is open and easy to move through although there are occasional patches of thicker vegetation and fallen timber. The terrain is undulating intricate spur-gully with some erosion gullies (varying from shallow to quite steep) and many rock features. There are pockets of old gold workings and mining relics. The courses have been set with a moderate degree of navigational challenge, rather than difficult. Careful route choice will be rewarded.

Classes: Open A (3 hour) and Open A Short (90 Minutes)

  • Male, Female or Mixed Open
  • Male, Female or Mixed Veteran
  • Male, Female or Mixed SuperVet
  • Male, Female or Mixed UltraVet
  • Male, Female or Mixed Junior
  • Male, Female or Mixed Sub-Junior
  • Family

Entry fees:

  • Adults (21 and over): $25
  • Juniors (under 21): $15
  • Family (Maximum): $45 in the Family category.

Catering Soup/bread and tea, coffee & milo, cake and fruit will be provided after the event
There will be presentations and prizes after the event to the winning teams.

For further information, please contact event organiser, Rob Edmonds ([email protected]  or 0408 467 258).
Course Setter: Derek Morris   Course Checker: Ron Wescott   Catering Coordinator: Lauris Stirling

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