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Registration is via the Active QT website: http://activeqt.co.nz/event/walter-peak-high-country-run/
Online registrations open at 12:00 pm (midday) on 15 January 2021
Online registrations close at 12:00 am (midnight) on Sunday 14 February 2021 (unless sold out prior).
Transport to and from the event on the Walter Peak High Country Farm will be on board the TSS Earnslaw historic coal-fired steamship and is included in the event entry fee.
Racers are not permitted to travel to Walter Peak using their own transport.
*Please click on the Event Details Page for all transport scheduling.
Whilst there are no compulsory clothing requirements to take part in the event we suggest you dress appropriately for your chosen event according to the weather conditions on the day. With the nature of the event taking place in an alpine environment, the weather can change at any time.
All participants in the event will be able to leave a small bag containing personal belongings in a dry and secure location before the start of the event and collect post run by presenting your race number.
There is plentiful pay and display car parking in and around Queenstown. The closest free parking will be in the Queenstown Gardens car park. The nearest pay and display car park is located a stone’s throw away at the Man Street car park (located at 12 Man Street).
A variety of food & refreshments to quench your hunger and thirst will be available to purchase at the Walter Peak pop-up BBQ and onboard the TSS Earnslaw.
The race is being managed by Active QT, for further information including the race rules, safety and payment policy please visit their website: www.activeqt.co.nz/event/walter-peak-high-country-run