Saturday Park Series, Nortons Park, June 23

The next in our popular Saturday Park Series is coming up on June 23.  Starting in the north east section of Nortons Park, you’ll use a colour map to locate up to 20 controls.  You’ll find yourself exploring the open slopes as you head down to Dandenong Creek.  Once there, navigate along twisting trails, maybe even heading out into the adjacent streets of Shpherds Bush. Don’t forget to allow time to get back to the finish before time is up!

All competitors start together at 2pm.  A course runners and Power Walkers have 60 minutes to visit as many controls and score as many points as they can; B course runners have just 45 minutes.  Enter and pay on the day – $5 adults, $2 for kids.  No experience necessary; just wear comfy running or walking shoes and clothes, and bring a watch.  Afterwards, compare notes with others over a slice or two of cake and a hot cuppa.

 

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