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IMPORTANT UPDATE 19/3/2020

We have had to make the decision, in consultation with School Sport New Zealand, to postpone the GO-4-12 Youth Adventure Race being held 17th-19th April 2020. In the interests of protecting our community and on the advice and direction from the government, we feel that this is the safest action at the moment.

We are proposing that we deliver the event on the new dates of 25th- 27th September 2020

In the meantime, please take care of yourselves and your family members


Explore, Challenge, Grow

For Fifteen Years GO-4-12 Youth Adventure Race has offered youth the opportunity to Explore, be Challenged and Grow through taking part in an Authentic Adventure Race designed to be Safe, fun and achievable. 

With three Race lengths, a Three Hour a Six Hour and the original Twelve Hour event there is an event for everyone.

All 3 events are held in Hawke's Bay, New Zealand

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3 Hour Explorer

A Three hour event. For years 7 -10. Team of 2, single or mixed gender. A fun introduction to adventure racing with lots of different activities (no biking).

6 Hour Adventure

A Six hour event. For years 9 and above. Team of 4, single or mixed gender. Fun with lots of different activities, biking, navigation, kayaking.

GO-4-12 Challenge NZSSARC

A 12 hour event. For years 10 and above. Teams of 4, single or mixed gender. Authentic adventure race with core disciplines - mountain biking, walking/running, rope skills and navigation.

PRICING

3 Hour Explorer

$90 entry team of 2

Years 7-10, Teams of 2

Intro to Adventure Racing

Spot Prizes

1st in Division Medals

6 Hour Adventure

$360 entry team of 4

Years 9+, Teams of 4

Authentic Adventure Race

Spot Prizes

1st in Division Medals

GO-4-12 Challenge/NZSSARC

$620 entry team of 4

Years 10+, Teams of 4

12-Hour event

Authentic Adventure Race

Spot Prizes & 1st in Division Awards

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