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Stromlo Running Festival - Event Postponed

Run, Fun Run, Kids & Family Run, Trail Run, Ultra distance Run
Stromlo Forest Park ACT
From $15 to $150 50km, 30km, 10km + 2.5km kids run

The STROMLO Running Festival, due to take place on the 20th and 21st of November 2021, has been postponed to the 5th and 6th of March 2022 due to Covid-19 restrictions.

The STROMLO Running Festival is a trail running event held in Canberra at Stromlo Forest Park. It includes a 50km, 30km and 10km distance as well as a 2.5km kids run.

The 30km and 50km events take in the eastern and northern lower slopes of Mt Stromlo before heading out the back of Stromlo Forest Park and taking in spectacular views looking west to the Brindabella Ranges. Runners then make their way up to the top of Mt Stromlo and take in the views of the Canberra region. The 30km distance includes 750m of vertical gain and a 6 hour time cut off limit. The 50km ultra has 960m of vertical gain and a time cut off of 9.5 hours. 

The 10km course heads to the eastern and northern lower slopes of Mt Stromlo before returning to the finish line and includes 220m of vertical gain.

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The STROMLO Running Festival, due to take place on the 20th and 21st of November 2021, has been postponed to the 5th and 6th of March 2022 due to Covid-19 restrictions.

The STROMLO Running Festival is a trail running event held in Canberra at Stromlo Forest Park. It includes a 50km, 30km and 10km distance as well as a 2.5km kids run.

The 30km and 50km events take in the eastern and northern lower slopes of Mt Stromlo before heading out the back of Stromlo Forest Park and taking in spectacular views looking west to the Brindabella Ranges. Runners then make their way up to the top of Mt Stromlo and take in the views of the Canberra region. The 30km distance includes 750m of vertical gain and a 6 hour time cut off limit. The 50km ultra has 960m of vertical gain and a time cut off of 9.5 hours. 

The 10km course heads to the eastern and northern lower slopes of Mt Stromlo before returning to the finish line and includes 220m of vertical gain.