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The Gold Coast's Most Thrilling Trail Run Returns This Spring

Posted in Local Area & Events @ Jul 5th 2018 9:38pm - By Administrator
Coastal High 50

This spring, take on the Gold Coast’s epic WILD EARTH COASTAL HIGH 50, a stunning trail run through Lamington National Park and the Springbrook National Park. This annual event sees runners embark on a 49.5-km trail through Lamington National Park and the Springbrook National Park, which features stunning rainforest scenery and rewards its runners with a finish line at the magnificent Purling Brook Falls. For runners and able sightseers, the Wild Earth Coastal High 50 is a rewarding trail run offering some of the best rainforest and hinterland scenery on the Gold Coast. Don’t miss it this 2018!

The Wild Earth Coastal High 50 offer an explosive start to spring this year. It’s both an exciting challenge and sightseeing adventure, where you’ll traverse through rainforest, over hills, and along clifftops signature of both the Gold Coast’s Lamington National Park and the Springbrook National Park. The 49.5-km trail run can be done at your own pace, and offers a fantastic opportunity to get fit and begin spring in high spirits! The trail run’s final destination is Springbrook National Park’s Purling Brook Falls, which lies in its centre, and offers a breathtaking view to look forward to throughout the run. This picturesque waterfall measures at over 100-metres, and is one of the Gold Coast’s hidden treasures.

Take part in Wild Earth Coastal High 50 this spring 2018 - one of the most thrilling trail runs each year on the Gold Coast. Spectators are also welcome to come along and show their support! The Wild Earth Coastal High 50 is hosted by Those Guys Events, and will take place on September 1.

The Wild Earth Coastal High 50 won’t be happening far from our Currumbin holiday accommodation this September, so book your stay on the Southern Gold Coast today!

For more information on Princess Palm on the Beach please visit https://princesspalm.etourism.net.au

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