Brisbane Trail Ultra Relays are designed to get a team of “running mates” out training safely together. The distance for the relays are all on the stunning Brisbane Trail Ultra course but broken down into shorter more achievable distance for those new to trail running.
If you think you can put together a speedy team, for for it! Your team will have bragging rights for the next year! We’d love to see what a fast relay team can do over this terrain.
Relays in an Ultra are also a great way for non Ultra Runners to run with trail ultra runners whilst out on the course and get a bit of a taste of what the trail ultra sport is all about. Hopefully your team will be back next year running the 30km, 60km or 110km in 2020.
Our detailed maps can be found on the event page for each relay leg click on the link below.
Brisbane Trail Ultra Relay Legs
1-Start to Check Point 7 J.C Slaughter Falls 13.6km
2- Check Point 7 to Finish Line Queensland Maritime Museum 17.6km (accumulative distance 31.2km)
1-Start to McAfees Lookout 14.7km
2-Check Point 1 McAfees Lookout to Check Point 7 J.C. Slaughter Falls Distance Between Check Points 28.8km (accumulative distance 43.5km)
3-Check Point 7 J.C Slaughter Falls to Maritime Museum Finish Line Distance Between Check Points 17.6km (accumulative distance 61.1km)
1-Start to Check Point 1 McAfees Lookout 14.7km
2-Check Point 1 Mc Afees Lookout to Check Point 3 Mount Nebo SS 32.1km (accumulative distance 46.8km)
3-Check Point 3 Mount Nebo SS to Check Point 5 Gold Creek Reservoir 25.2km (accumulative distance 72km)
4-Check Point 5 Gold Creek Reservoir to Check Point 7 J.C Slaughter Falls 20.5km (accumulative distance 92.5km)
5-Check Point 7 J.C Slaughter Falls to Finish Line Queensland Maritime Museum 17.6km (accumulative distance 110.1km)
If you have any questions please contact the team at Brisbane Trail Ultra