Night trail running returns to the Hopewell Conservation Estate in April, with courses to suit everyone in the family. This follows the first ever night trail run through a nature reserve, which attracted hundreds of runners in December last year.
Being held on April 13, the Hopewell Trail Run is designed to add excitement to the road running calendar, according to organizer Mike Zoetmulder of Zports.
Courses include 15,5km and 5,5km individual runs starting at 17h45. Children 14 years and younger can take part in a 3,5km Bush Run which starts at 17h30.
Entry forms are available from Brian Band Sports, Triangle Sport, and Action Cycles or online at www.trail-runs.co.za.
Closing date for online is the 8th April. Late entries will be taken at the event.
Spectators and entrants may be lucky enough to spot, eland calves, Cape mountain zebra, springbok and other animals while on the course. Braai fires will be available. Participants, supporters and spectators must bring their own food and drink, as none will be on sale at the venue.
For more information, go to the trail website, www.trail-runs.co.za.
Online entries close on Sunday, April 8.
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