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Race from Cairns to Port Douglas through world heritage listed Wet Tropics Rainforest. The finishing line is at the iconic Four Mile Beach in Port Douglas. Visit some of the most stunning virgin rainforest trails, spot an elusive Cassowary, enjoy the views, conquer the climbs, complete your challenge, finish like a hero and enjoy a post-race beer, under coconut palm trees. This is Tropical North Queensland’s ultimate trail-ultra experience.
CPTU120 – 118.9km
CTU80 – 81km
CTU40 – 39.3km
CTU20 – 18.4km
CPTU10 Beach Smash – 10.79km
CPTU Red Bull Energy Climb – 4.26km
CPTU Suunto Summit – 2.96km
WHILE YOU’RE HERE
Explore the region like a top athlete
An active traveller’s guide to Cairns
Boasting nature’s ultimate keep-fit playground, nutritious local produce for those post-workout gains, and plenty of idyllic spots for some all-important recovery time, Tropical North Queensland is an active traveller’s dream. Here are our top tips to exploring the region like a top athlete:
5 Iconic Running Tracks
Let’s be real – most of us don’t entertain the thought of exercising while on holidays, let alone go through the effort of packing our runners and active wear! But if you’re one of those virtuous travellers who likes to fit in a workout here and there while sightseeing (we’ll be by the pool bar if you’re looking for us), then we’ve compiled a list of our top 5 tracks to get those legs a-running.
Incredible hikes you need to conquer near Cairns
Surrounded by national parks, World Heritage rainforest and the Great Dividing Range, find countless bush walks or hikes within a short distance of Cairns.
Walks in Kuranda
Experience the famous village in the rainforest along a network of easy trails that introduce you to the surrounding Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. Accommodating all types of walkers, discover the amazing scenery that exists a stone’s throw from Kuranda’s shopping experience.
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