Saturday 20 August to Sunday 21 August 2016
With Coffs Harbour located along where the East Australian current and the Continental shelf meet (think Finding Nemo), and the location of the turning buoy placed just right they provide the perfect downwind paddle back to the mainland. For those competitors who are a little nervous about paddling, the shorter course options (Enduro or Taste of Adventurethon) are done in sheltered harbour waters so you can still experience the challenge of Adventurethon.
Get ready for a punishing ‘leg day’ with the Mountain bike ride travelling over part of the Great Dividing Range that will test even the most confident mountain bikers skill, but with some very rewarding downhill sections.
A stand out of Coffs harbour Adventurethon is the second transition area (at Pacific Bay Resort), creating a real sense of adventure and journey to a destination. Slightly different planning required for this one, but absolutely worth it to include the trails and beaches in that area.
Cool temperatures and beautiful breezes make Coffs Harbour Adventurethon different from the other coastal events, enabling you to push just that little bit more. The trail and beach run will challenge and reward you with spectacular views out over the Coffs Harbour.