Redstone MTB & Trail Running Route Descriptions

MTB 60km Route

This will be the same as last year and with the remapping measured at 56.3km.

The route features some breathtaking scenery and visits to different areas of this beautiful valley. We have opted for an easier ride, without the technical and challenging sections of previous years. The route starts out on farm roads towards the majestic Swartberg mountains, traversing its foothills in an easterly direction with a loop back towards Lategansvlei.

From here we enter some of the most scenic jeep track around, and an easy ride takes riders towards Buffelskloof and a loop around the famous Red Stone Hills ends a magic day in the saddle.The focus is now on the scenery and the enjoyment of the best the Klein Karoo can offer! The race will be non technical for all to enjoy!

 

MTB 43km Route

This will also be the same as last year and with the remapping measured at 42.4km.

This is a nontechnical easy ride on open gravel roads and jeep tracks.

 

MTB 17km Route

This is a new route and is a nontechnical easy ride on open gravel roads and flowing jeep track and suitable for junior riders.

 

MTB 11km Route

Easy riding on open gravel roads and flowing jeep track.

 

20km Trail run

The 20km event is close to 19km and the run offers something for everyone, an open gravel road to warm the legs, a single track climb towards a view never to be forgotten, a descent into Wildehondekloof and onto Lategansvlei bring runners onto a scenic jeep track back towards Buffelskloof.

The finish boasts a beautifully sculptured old cattle track and the water crossing marks the end to this fabulous trail run - the run is for everyone, if you can manage a half marathon, then this is for you - do not miss it!

11km Fun run/walk and 5km Fun run/walk

The same route will be followed for the night and day run. Easy running or walking on open gravel roads and flowing jeep track.

1 water point half way. Runners must make sure they carry sufficient water supply.


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