The Track

12 May 2021 (Wed)

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Canal Aventure is the official website of The Track Organisation. Established in 2010, The Track Organisation is a travel agency specializing in ultramarathons organization. Born of the passion for adventure and by the conviction that sport is a universal language, we want to give you the opportunity to experience (and to share) some extraordinary moments.

Since 2011, the events that we organize on the differents continents from Australia to Bolivia through India, Burkina Faso, Norway and Vietnam, brought together hundreds of participants from thirty different nationalities. Motivated by simple but essential values our ambition is to organize events that allow participants to discover beautiful landscapes and the different cultures of our planet.

Our commitment is also to preserve the authenticity of places and people we encounter. So we limit our groups at a reasonable number of participant.

THE TRACK Outback Race is part of the Canal Aventure series and is a foot race of 520 km en 9 edstages / 10 days and in Self-Supported. Each competitor must carry a backpack containing the compulsory equipments, food and personal equipments.

The event takes place in the Northern Territory, between Alice Springs and Uluru.

The participants must follow the route as marked by the organizers and they have a road book. There are check points located at regular intervals. Every night a bivouac is proposed by the organization.

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THE TRACK Outback Race will takes place in the Northern Territory of Australia, in the Outback, between the town of Alice Springs and the Uluru / Kata Tjuta National Park.

The first half of the race will takes place within the West MacDonnells National Park. This very old assembly line extends on several hundred kilometers. The route will run in the direction of Finke Gorge National Park.

For the second half of the race, the runners will go down in direction of the Uluru / Kata Tjuta National Park, registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

The finish line is at the foot of Uluru, the spiritual heart of Australia. It stands in the middle of the desert, with its color changing according to its exposure to the sun.

Stage 1 / Ellery Creek - Serpentine Chalet Dam [30 km - 18,6 miles]
Stage 2 / Serpentine Chalet Dam - Finke River Camp [41 km - 25,5 miles]
Stage 3 / Finke River Camp - Hermannsburg [41 km - 25,5 miles]
Stage 4 / Hermannsburg - Boggy Hole [49 km - 30,4 miles]
Stage 5 / Boggy Hole - Palmer River [59 km - 36,7 miles]
Stage 6 / Palmer River - Ernest Road [58 km - 36 miles]
Stage 7 / Ernest Road - Angas Downs [64 km - 39,8 miles]
Stage 8 / Angas Downs - Mount Conner [53 km - 32,9 miles]
Stage 9 / Mount Conner - Uluru [127 km - 78,9 miles]
Total: [522 km - 324,3 miles] 

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Route map

directions_runStart Address: Alice Springs,au

flagFinish Address: Alice Springs,au

The Track Route Map

Practicalities

Age Limit

18 years age limit.

Aid Stations

The water distribution points at both the start and the finish line of each day stage are compulsory check-points. Check points are located at regular intervals through each stage of the race. There will be two to eight check points depending on the length of the stage. Competitors must go through the check points, otherwise penalties will be applied. Check points will allow race officials to record times and distribute water.

Maximum Time

Competitors who cannot respect the limit time: the time limit is 10 hours per stage, can stay in the race and they will be classified with their kilometers run during the event.

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The race information has been found on the official website of the event or through publicly available sources. Always refer to the official website the latest race information. Please let us know if any data is wrong or missing, by emailing us.