BTU Relay Teams

Brisbane Trail Ultra Team Challenges are a great way to get a team of like minded motivated people together and train safely and discover the beautiful D’Aguilar National and see what their body is capable of doing in some of the toughest terrain in Australia.

The Brisbane Trail Ultra Team Challenge is also a great way to raise funds for your favourite charity or build corporate bonding and pride . Let us know what charity you want to raise money for and we will support you on our Facebook Page.

We have a range of teams that you can choose from;

  • 30 km 2 Person Team Challenge
  • 60 km 3 person Ultra Team Challenge
  • 110 km 5 person Ultimate Team Challenge

Below we have a brief description of the relay courses below with distances between checkpoints. We will have a full description of the course up soon with the elevation profile with the relay legs on them also.

Brisbane Trail Ultra 110km Ultimate Corporate Challenge Entry Details
5 person team relay
BTU110 - 110km Elevation Profile
Brisbane Trail Ultra (BTU) 110km Elevation Profile.

 

The Brisbane Trail 110 km Ultimate Corporate Challenge will command bragging rights of the Team for an entire year. Who will be the team fastest team over the 110 km course? This is the ultimate Brisbane Trail Ultra Challenge. Who can raise as much money for their cause?

1-Start to Check Point 1 McAfees Lookout 15.6km

The Brisbane Trail Ultra 110 km Corporate Challenge Relay 1st Leg takes in stunning single trails of The Gap, Enoggera Reservoir, Mount Nebo Break with a gruelling climb up the D’Aguilar Range with sweeping views towards Flinders View then into into McAfees Look Out Checkpoint 1.

2-Check Point 1 Mc Afees Lookout to Check Point 3 Mount Nebo SS 30.2km (accumulative distance 45.8km)

The Brisbane Trail Ultra 110 km Corporate Challenge Relay 2nd leg descends into Hell Hole rainforest gorge then ascends a quad busting climb onto South Boundary Road on the Southern Ridge of the D’Aguilar national park. The course then descends steeply into Black Soil Rainforest gorge, ascends back onto Mount Nebo Break and the Northern Ridge of the D’Aguilar National park and a water stop at the junction of Scrub Rd and Mount Nebo Break. You will then follow another descent amongst giant hoop pines into a towering rainforest paradise, then hot another brutally long climb back up to South Boundary Rd then into gorgeous rainforest single track of Thylogale Trail to Jolly’s Lookout, then back onto Thylogale Trail to Boombana Trail where you will see ancient virgin sub-tropical rainforest trees, vines, pademelons, pop out of the trail at the local cafe then follow the pretty tree lines streets into Mount  Nebo State School.

3-Check Point 3 Mount Nebo SS to Check Point  7 Gold Creek Reservoir 26.2km (accumulative distance 72km)

Follow the course down Fernlands road andFernlands break into a beautiful rainforest creek then climb up onto the top of Lightline Track and descend the rollercoaster of Double Break, through Eucalyptus forest with sweeping views of the Great Dividing range to the west. The course then turns left onto Taylors Break then descends into another rainforest gully before a steep climb back onto Double Break turning right onto Light Line Road. Here you will descend light line for about 1500 meters then turn left onto Township Break. Here you have to be careful as the surface is loose and scree like. Poles might be required in their section. We will have ropes our to increase safety of the runners when descending into Township Break. The descent is long and very technical. The reward is an amazing gorge at Township Gorge then a calf killing climb back up to South Boundary Rd through ferns, grass trees, and towering eucalyptus trees. Veer to the right at Augies Break and follow the trail through orange soil sections with stunning views of Lake Manchester and the D’Aguilar Range, take a left at Gold Creek Road and descend into Gold Creek before a huge climb out of the gully and back onto the ridge line of the Southern end of the national park. Follow Gold Creek Road

 

4-Check Point 7 Gold Creek Reservoir to Check Point 9 J.C Slaughter Falls 20.7km (accumulative distance 92.5km)

5-Check Point 9 J.C Slaughter Falls to Finish Line Queensland Maritime Museum 17.2km (accumulative distance 110.1km)

  • $450 Early Bird Entry 15th December 2018 – 15th January 2019
  • $500 Standard Entry 16th January 2019 – 1st April 2019
  • $550 Late Entry 2nd April 2019 – 1st July 2019
  • Team can pace final runner into the finish line
Brisbane Trail Ultra 60km Ultra Team Challenge Entry Details
BTU110 - 60km Elevation Profile
Brisbane Trail Ultra (BTU) 60 km Elevation Profile
3 person team relay
  • $270 Early Bird Entry 15th December 2018 – 15th January 2019
  • $300 Standard Entry 16th January 2019 – 1st April 2019 
  • $330 Late Entry 2nd April 2019- 1st July 2019
Brisbane Trail Ultra 30km Team Challenge Entry Details

BTU110 - 30km Elevation Profile

The Brisbane Trail Ultra 30 km Team Challenge is designed for 2 beginner trail running friends to team up together and race approximately 15 km each of the 30 km Course.

The 30 km 1st Relay Leg features stunning single trails, up a heart pumping climb up to the top of Mount Coot-tha.  Enjoy eucalyptus forests with amazing views from summit of Mount Coot-tha to the stunning Brisbane city skyline the finish line.

The 30 km 2nd Relay Leg features again amazing views, beautiful single trails of Mount Coot-tha with views to the city from the stunning

You are able to pace each other to the finish line if you will be leaving the final check point at JC Slaughter Falls after 5pm.

1-Start to Check Point 7 J.C Slaughter Falls 14.1km

2- Check Point 7 to Finish Line Queensland Maritime Museum 17.2km (accumulative distance 31.3km)

2 person team relay
  • $162 Early Bird Entry 15th December 2018 – 15th January 2019
  • $180 Standard Entry 2nd January 2019 -1st April 2019
  • $198 Late Entry 2nd April 2019 – 1st July 2019

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