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Cradle Mountain Run (82km)
Events

Location

Where
Cradle Mountain to Lake St Clair

Event Info

Event Type
Event Dates
Saturday 2 February 2019
Event Website

An 82 km run through Tasmania's beautiful wilderness.  The next event will be held on Saturday 2 February 2019.

Gone Nuts Logo
Events

Location

Where
The Nut, Stanley

Event Info

Event Type
Event Dates
2-3 March, 2019
Event Website

Gone Nuts - Tasmania’s 101km Adventure Run will run from the Nut at Stanley to Wynyard: 101kms of coastal and inland trail running (with 50km and 25km options).  The next event will be held on 2 March, 2019.

Hydro Tasmania King Island Imperial 20
Events

Location

Event Info

Event Type
Event Dates
Sunday March 10, 2019
Event Website

The King Island Imperial 20 has an event for everyone. The main feature is a challenging 32 kilometre footrace which is the only coast to coast race in Australia. Support events include a 32 kilometre walking race as well as team walking and running races.  The next event will be held on 10 March 2019.

Takayna Ultra Marathon
Events

Location

Where
Tarkine

Event Info

Event Type
Event Dates
Friday 5 April, 2019
Event Website

This will be the inaugural 70km ultra-marathon event run in the Tarkine area of Tasmania.  Restricted to 100 runners.

Heritage Burnie 10
Events

Location

Where
Burnie

Event Info

Event Type
Event Dates
TBC October, 2019
Event Website

The Heritage Burnie Ten is billed as Australia's Premier 10km Road Race and is a great out and back race along the foreshore from Burnie. 

Triple Tops
Events

Location

Where
Claude Road Hall

Event Info

Event Type
Event Dates
10 November, 2019 (TBC)
Event Website

A challenging (read you've not done anything like this before) offroad run or walk along Mt Roland.  The next event will likely be held on Sunday 10 November 2019 (TBC).

Nic
Events

Event Info

Event Type
Event Dates
Sometime in 2020
Event Website

Nic's Cradle Challenge is a biennial bicycle ride from Sheffield to Dove Lake-Cradle Mountain, Tasmania, in memory of Nic Easton.  The full ride is 126km, with an elevation gain of 2376m, but there is a shorter 66km route also on offer.

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