Great news – The team at Brisbane Trail Ultra have updated the website to make it easier to get to the course maps.
We have included a separate map page for each course linking to all of the mapping assets for your particular race. Get to them through the link at the top of your course page, through the following links, or have a sneak peak with the map below.
We’ll be adding more content as we go, and be sure to keep you posted with any major updates.
We’d love to get your feedback on what works and what doesn’t when you’re planning your race.
If you need something a little different or have any ideas around what mapping would better support your planning, please let us know. Either in the comments below or reach out directly to email@example.com
Brisbane Trail 30.Looking for the next challenge? Already achieved more than you thought you ever could by completing that half marathon? Want to be part of a truly unique and special event?
Looking for the next challenge? Already achieved more than you thought you ever could by completing that half marathon? Want to be part of a truly unique and special event?
The Brisbane Trails 30 is calling your name…
As part of the Brisbane Trail Ultra Festival, the Brisbane Trails 30 is set to become an iconic Brisbane race.
With an afternoon start, you’ll head out of the ‘The Gap’ and up Mt Coot-tha. Taking the trails through the bush land of Mt Coot-tha, you’ll emerge in the historic suburb of Paddington for your urban (downhill) transit into South Bank. There you’ll arrive to a party finish like no other at the newly refurbished Queensland Maritime Museum events lawn.
Not quite ready to tackle the full 30km? Team up and run it as a relay –
Leg one – The Gap to J.C. Slaughter Falls (CP7)
Leg two – J.C. Slaughter Falls to South Bank
Check out this new Story Map to get a full view of the course and explore the challenge ahead of you.