Monday, 28 January 2019

Next Run Saturday 2nd February - Red Disa run

Hi All

Saturday 2 February 2019  –   Red Disa Run – Cecelia Forest, Skeleton Gorge, Reservoirs, Aqueducts
This Saturday we will go on our annual hunt for the red disas, but will have a different starting point . Our route takes us from Cecelia Forest, via Skeleton Gorge to the dams, onto the aqueducts, and back via a choice of routes.

Rendezvous and Start Time
RV in Cecilia forest parking at the top of Hohenort Ave just off Rhodes Drive.
Ready to start at 6h30.  Please come 10 mins earlier to sign the register and for a run briefing.  Please bring money for the parking attendant (R10)
Terrain and Distance
The route consists of gravel road, steps, a nice climb with some rock scrambling, single track, cement road – so a bit of everything.  More or less 14 km taking in the region of about 3.0 hours.  Please note this is a pack run, and we will divide into a few pace groups on the day with a leader and a sweep chosen per group.
Please take note of the longer time for this route

What to bring
Remember water, whistle, ICE details and a warn/rainproof top and a camera/photo for taking pictures of the Red Disa!

Please make sure to bring enough water ie. minimum 1.5L for the duration of the run. Also ensure you carry a warm/windproof top and a whistle.  Also please carry some form of ICE details

K-Way VOB does not allow dogs on our runs

Have a great week

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K-Way VOB's Medium Distance Trail Group
Blog: < running is inherently more dangerous than road running.  It takes place over uneven hazard strewn trails in exposed and often remote terrain where help is not always readily available. 
Participation is voluntary and entirely at your own risk as although the organizers take reasonable precautions to ensure runner safety, it cannot be guaranteed.  To this end neither the Club nor the organisers personally can be held liable for any claims relating to inter alia, injuries, disabilities and death.
 Further any minor child participating in any trail running activity will be deemed to be doing so with the consent of his or her guardian.
By starting out on a trail run you explicitly acknowledge that: 1] you understand the associated risks involved and accept full responsibility for your own safety. 2] you are medically and physically fit to participate and 3] are carrying the necessary water, clothing and safety equipment required for the particular run.

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