2nd, 3rd & 4th of September 2022
The cost is R1400 per person includes
A meal in Lady Grey the evening before with briefing and discussion from Skyrun “experts” and some product sharing knowledge on what works and doesn’t for this event.
Transport of gear and clothing etc. from Lady grey to Balloch/Wartrail CC.
Camping and Meal at Balloch cave Sat night. (Must bring your own tent) Limited Accommodation available in the farmhouse on a first come first serve basis. | Call Margy on 0459749228 or mail email@example.com.
Transport from Finish line to Lady Grey
We will split you up into different levels of speed, so we will have beginners, intermediate and Elite grouping. I must stress this is a Training camp, so everything happens at about 75% of racing pace. This ensures you can get to know the route, terrain and your body at altitude.
GPS track route of best options for race day (must supply your own GPS unit)
What is not included with your training camp entry?
- Accommodation in LG on Friday night.
- Breakfast on both days
- Food for while you are on the mountain
- Compulsory gear for the mountain as per list to be supplied
- The Wartrail CC will be open on Sunday for a shower and they will serve Boerrie rolls and beers for purchase after the camp
Can You Only complete one day of the training camp?
Yes, it is possible to only complete day 1 of the training camp or you can complete day 2 only.
The date for the training camp, is on the 2nd, 3rd & 4th Sept. We will accept people onto the training camp up to 2 weeks prior to the camp-taking place or when it is full, the camp is limited to 80 pax.
Some of South Africa’s Elite Athletes will attend the camps to give expert advice on the route and how to approach the race. The weekend is designed as an interaction between runners of all ability levels so that the first-timers can learn from the more experience SkyRunners. All our Major Sponsors will be represented, giving advice on their gear and how to get the most out of the gear on the race. The Skyrun Being a self-support, self-navigational event, understanding your apparel and how to maximise its use in that high mountains or getting the most out of your navigational device in order to take the shortest possible route are key’s to a good race come that 3rd weekend in November we call Skyrun Weekend!