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Show Victoria's Alpine National Park who's boss by running along Razorback ridge. With three different challenging distances, there's something for trail runners of all abilities. Come along to test your navigation skills and take in the mountain air.

How to enter the Razorback Run

  1. 64km

    Run 64km
    AUD $80
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  2. 40km

    Run 40km
    AUD $80
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  3. 22km

    Run 22km
    AUD $70
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Course Description

This classic Alpine run offers three challenging distances in some of the most spectacular country in Victoria’s Alpine National Park. The 64 km Razorback Ridge run takes in the entire length of the Razorback to offer some of the most stunning ridge running and scenery in the Australian Alps, the 40 km Razorback Circuit and the 22 km short course Razorback Ridge—a delightful day out up to the Summit of Mt Feathertop and back along the Razorback.

Event Details

What’s Included
All entrants will receive:
  • A complimentary photo
  • Race bib/number
  • Public liability insurance cover
Raceday Logistics
Registration: From 04:00 P.M. Friday at the Caravan Park
Kit List

What to bring

All runners (that includes those doing the 22 km), must carry with them as a minimum the following safety equipment. The reason for this is if someone were to injure themselves out on the trail, they may need to either walk out or wait a couple of hours for medical assistance. Given the area is subject to sudden changes in weather and the possibility of an injured person rapidly losing core body temperature or going into shock, these items are considered the minimum safety requirements:

  • Compass and/or GPS, whistle, waterproof map of the area (recommended is Rooftop’s Mt Feathertop – Hotham 1:30,000 and adjacent Bogong High Plains or Spatial Vision – Bogong Alpine Area 1:50,000). Maps may be downloaded from the website
  • Broad bandage – for snake bite and sprains (8 – 10 cm restrictive bandage—white crepe bandages are NOT acceptable) – see below
  • Antiseptic wipes, band-aids, painkillers (6)
  • Waterproof jacket with hood and waterproof overpants
  • Spare long sleeved thermal propylene /wool top and long johns
  • Beanie/hat, gloves
  • Torch, spare batteries
  • Emergency space blanket
  • Food
  • Emergency food (energy bar/chocolate)
  • Mobile Phone (for emergency calls)
  • A gear check will be conducted on Friday night. Failure to carry ALL the mandatory gear listed above will mean you will NOT be permitted to run. Please pay special attention to the requirements regarding bandage.

    Spectators
    Feel free to come and support!
    Volunteers
    Be a part of helping the runners do their best.
    It's fun, exciting, fulfilling and often exhausting!
    It's a great way to be a part of the action. Work in a team, knowing that your support makes a real difference.

    There's a variety of ways you can help....

    registering competitors
    manning aid stations
    marshalling (making sure competitors don't take a wrong turn!!)
    presenting medals
    photography
    be the sweeper
    ..and more

    If you would like to volunteer, or want to know more, please contact the race organiser. Include any information about how you would like to help.
    FAQs

    Pre event briefing/dinner: Harrietville Hotel Motel (bottom pub near the bridge) 8:30 P.M. Friday 15 March.

    This is a mandatory briefing and participants should bring their running kit for checking.


    Presentations/post run dinner: Snowline Hotel (top pub) 07:00 P.M. Saturday 16 March.

    Experience the thrill of running to the summit of Mt Feathertop, Victoria’s second highest peak and Australia’s only real mountain and enjoy stunning views of the high country from the Summit, the High Plains, Swindlers Spur and the Razorback—weather permitting.


    Accomodation: In Harrietville:

    Harrietville Caravan Park – (03) 5759 2523
    Snowline Hotel – (03) 5759 2524
    Harrietville Hotel Motel – (03) 5759 2525
    Casbak Apartments – (03) 5759 2531
    Feathertop Chalet – (03) 5759 2688

    Questions & answers

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      Edith N
      Pre dinner/ regiseration. Can it be earlier than 8:30pm? I live an hour from Bright and going to bed after 9.30pm isn't ideal for a race?

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      Steph E
      Hi there. Just to let you know that Registration is from 4pm on Friday at the Caravan Park. Unfortunately the pre event briefing/dinner is from 8.30pm at Harrietville Hotel Motel (bottom pub near the bridge) Friday 15 March. This is a mandatory briefing and participants should bring their running kit for checking. No briefing = No start
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      Edith N
      I am really keen to do the 22km but it seems an alful lot to carry? Any chance I can leave a few things off the list? Map/ touch/ bennie?

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      Steph E
      Hi there. These Items are all for your health and safety, so unfortunately they are mandatory to bring with you on the race.

    Razorback Run weather forecast

    Partly cloudy throughout the day.

    28°C
    Predicted highs
    8°C
    Predicted lows

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