Round up your running friends and put together a RELAY TEAM for this incredible running journey along the beautiful Cape to Cape coastline in the Margaret River region, WA at the Margaret River Ultramarathon by Rapid Ascent.
The 80km point to point course can be done solo, or in a RELAY TEAM of 2 to 5 people; each running a different leg of the course, varying between 10km and 20km.
Check out this 60sec slideshow of the 2018 Margaret River Ultra Marathon event:
4 May 2019 | 80KM | Solo or Relay Teams | Margaret River region, WA | MRultramarathon.com.au @rapidascent
First night ride of 2019! It was so foggy I couldn’t see very far in front of my handlebar light, still an awesome time on my bike ❤️🚲🙏🏼👨🏻🎤🎶
3 14an hour ago
When running ultras it’s hard to go out and enjoy the whole day, there are ALWAYS rough patches. This morning when lining up at the start of #rollercoaster I decided to hang back and take it easy, partly as I have a wedding this afternoon and want to be in good form for that. I can honestly say I enjoyed every step of the 4 hours 40 something minutes today. I made new friends, caught up with old ones and smiled the whole time. Thanks again to all the volunteers for their ongoing support and to @chief_bar for the much important fuel. Time to shower and slide into the tux.
The Four Bear Trailhead in Wyoming provides access to the Four Bear Trail that is suitable for horseback riding, hiking, and limited mountain biking. Facilities at the trailhead include an information kiosk, horse trailer parking, horse hitching rails, and toilet facilities. The trail provides access to Four Bear
Spectacular views are offered of the North Fork Shoshone River valley and fascinating volcanic spires, turrets and banded rock formations. Wildlife such as deer, elk, grizzly and black bear, and numerous bird species such as golden eagles and mountain bluebirds are often found in the trail area. This is grizzly bear country, so be bear aware!
Photo by Rick Tryder, BLM.