How to enter the Do A Trek To Remember
- Run 23km
Do A Trek To Remember route
Mt Nebo to Enoggera Reservoir The Gap
Setting off from Enoggera Reservoir (Waterworks Road just before the BCC Park& Ride), registration opens at 0600 closes at 1030, please arrive half hour prior to your selected bus departure time.Please make sure you keep an eye out for the parking signs , our traffic controllers will direct you where to park yours cars, there are limited spots so carpooling is recommended, you can leave your cars in the carpark whilst you are trekking.
At Mt.Nebo the start point there will be a welcome address to all trekkers and guests, where you will commence your walk.
You will then take your first steps in the D’Aguilar National Park and follow the well-defined route with your friends up and over some of the aspects of this trek finishing back at Enoggera Reservoir for a light BBQ meal and a cold drink.
Section is approximately 23 kilometers, with a beautiful rainforest walk at the start – allow up to 5.0 -7.0 hours to complete 23 kilometers.
Commence at Mt Nebo and start stretching your legs over the trail and work as a team over this aspect of the event – remember to pace yourself. Enjoy some R&R at the finish line. Please remember there will be support vehicles and medics around you, so if you need assistance please stay where you are as a group and the support cars/motorbikes will not be far away.
There are 3 drink stations along the route, so you will only need to start with 1.5-2.0 litres of water . There will also be highly qualified medics at these drinks stations if you need assistance.
Questions & answers
- How and when do I send collected donations?Hi There, In the confirmation email there is a link to start up the fund raising pages. Once set up it shows how to process payments and tips. All the best!
Do A Trek To Remember weather forecast
Rain until evening.
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