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Train the Trails and WIN!

Updated: Jan 11

Get out and train on the trails this summer and be in to win! Take a snap of your training, post to social media, tag @bfsrtb to let your friends know what you're training for, and you might be walking your way up to the start line with some new trainers on event day!


One winner will receive a $250 Shoe Clinic voucher! The competition runs from 1031 January. Winner's will be contacted via social media private message 1 February.



 

Check out some of our favorite trails to get training on for training for Brendan Foot Supersite Round the Bays:


HUTT RIVER TRAIL

The 29km trail runs the entire length of the picturesque Hutt River passing through lush recreational parks and golf courses. The trail is flat, fun and well-maintained.


Where: Lower Hutt

Access: The Hutt River Trail starts at Hikoikoi Reserve on Marine Parade in Petone and ends at Te Marua in Upper Hutt with many access points along the trail.

Learn more about the trail

Photo credit: Wellington Regional Trails



TE ARA O WHAREROA

Run or walk along this easy 6km trail that traverses the dunelands of the Kāpiti Coast. Park up at one end and drive another car to start at the other to try the trail one way, or start at one end and double back!


Where: Kāpiti Coast

Access: Queen Elizabeth Park in Paraparaumu OR Tilley Road in Paekākāriki.

Learn more about the trail

Photo credit: Wellington Regional Trails



ZEALANDIA

Zealandia not only offers the opportunity to see many of our native bird species but a variety of tracks to train on! There is something for everyone to enjoy, from easy, well-paved paths to advanced walking tracks with hills and swing bridges. Runners, walkers, wheelchairs and buggies all have access to check out some tracks!


Where:

Access: End of Waiapu Road, Karori, Wellington. Entry into the sanctuary is paid but all Brendan Foot Supersite Round the Bays participants can grab a special discounted membership! Learn more and View the trails map.

Image credit: Eeva-Katri Kumpula

 

Find more trails around the Wellington region at www.wellingtonregionaltrails.com.


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