The event scheduled for 2022 has been reschuled to take place on 28th October, 2023
This rogaine will challenge champions with plenty of distance, interesting navigation and ample hilly bits. It will also offer novice entrants an opportunity to practice their navigation skills in beautiful farmland and natural environments, and everyone in-between will find a great mix of terrain, vegetation and chances to spot herds of deer as well as unique Tasmanian wildlife.
There will be three event durations to choose from: the 24-hour State Championships, a roving 15-hour and a 6-hour. All events are on-foot.
The terrain is varied, from open rolling paddocks and native grassy meadows, through to open forested hills, wet gullies, with the occasional historic bush hut. The event area extends from near Ross almost to Lake Leake. For budding rogainers who have only entered metrogaines so far, this event will be a great opportunity to test out your bush navigation skills. The organisers have catered for newcomers and there are plenty of checkpoints close to the hash house.