Logistically challenging, physically gruelling and emotionally draining, they ran over 150kms, ascended over 5,500m and travelled over 13,000kms around the country in a race to take on Australia’s greatest and most remote peaks.
In conjunction with Tourism Australia and Qantas Airlines the team set out to have an adventure, inspire people to #GetOutdoors and explore their own country, produce a documentary for television and showcase Australia’s ‘National Landscapes’ program.
The documentary went to air in Australia in 2013 but if you missed it you can watch it again here.
Bimberi Peak (ACT) 1913m > Mt Kosciuszko (NSW) 2228m > Mt Bogong (VIC) 1986m > Mt Ossa (TAS) 1617m >
Mt Woodroffe (NT) 1435m > Mt Zeil (SA) 1531m > Mt Meharry (WA) 1253m > Bartle Frere (QLD) 1622m
The expedition started on 11 April 2013 with Bimberi Peak in the ACT (Australian Capital Territory) and finished with a race down the slopes of Bartle Frere in Queensland.
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