Torpedo Swim Run

Introducing Torpedo SwimRun Wilderness

The section of Kaaimans River that forms the outline of the famous 'Map of Africa' is a nearly impassable route. It's a place that few have seen - the experience is reserved for those in the ravine. We'd love to share it with you; it's wild, knarly and alluring. 

The date for our second SwimRun race has been set for the 14th and 15th September. It kicks off at Ebb and Flow with a Friday evening Prologue and lamb on the spit by the waters edge. Saturday is the race and will be the first of our freshwater SwimRun experiences.

3 Runs =5km
4 Swims =1km
Total =6km

5 Runs =17km
4 Swims =4km
1 Swamble =5km
Total =26km

The 26km Wilderness route connects two black rivers and features:
A technical Swamble* (a rugged combination of swim and scramble) down the Kaaimans
The 36m high train bridge crossing of the tidal estuary
A national parks run segment on the Kingfisher trail through Fairy Knowe
The doubleheader of the longer trail run onto the longest swim across Island Lake
A final swim up the Serpentine river to finish
Rest and relax and enjoy the Ebb-and-Flow riverside camp before returning home

Torpedo SwimRun Wildnerness
14-15 September 2018

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