Mount Buller Skyrun

Event: Mount Buller Skyrun
Distance: 22
Date: Sunday the 7th April 2019
Location: Mt Buller
Organised by: Running Wild

Join us and experience some of the most spectacular alpine trail running within close proximity of Melbourne.
The Mount Buller Skyrun offers three unique runs:
* 22 km introductory trail run from Mount Buller to Mount Stirling and back.
* 36 km mid distance course from Mount Buller to Mount Stirling and then a quad busting descent to the Delatite River before a gut wrenching 1200m climb to the summit of Mount Buller.
* 45 km ultra course which takes in Mount Stirling, Craigs Hut, great views over the Crosscut Saw and the Bluff, a scenic jog along the banks of the Delatite River and a final crushing climb to the summit of Mount Buller itself before an exhilarating 2 km descent to the finish line.


MtBuller Skyrun
Inspired by Oscars Hut2Hut, we selected the 22km trail run from Mount Buller to Mount Stirling and back, as a chance to play in the mountains and run together. Unlike Duncan’s run, there was no contemplation of whether poles were required for this run 😉 The objective was to stay in front of the Sweep – mission accomplished.

22-28 Darren Robertson M 4.12.33 
22-29 Tracy Clark F 4.12.33

🗺️ Relive: https://www.relive.cc/view/2270662124

★ Flickr 2019-04-07 MtBuller Skyrun
📈 STRAVA or it didn’t happen: MtBuller Skyrun

NEXT: Great Train Race (Puffing Billy)

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