Ashton Biological Preserve Virtual Tortoise Run/Challenge

2020 Virtual Tortoise Run

 

Oct 5th - Nov 8th

*REGISTER HERE*

ENDING ON NOV 8TH!

 

 

Description

 

With Fall bringing cooler weather, why not take on the Tortoise Run and support the Ashton Biological Preserve?  

Anyone can enter! Run, bike, walk, swim, skateboard or whatever activity you are comfortable with to complete the distance you choose - attempt a distance which challenges you! Each distance has rewards.  All funds raised will go towards the care of Ashton's Ambassador and Educational animals.

You can do your challenge any time between October 5th till November 8th which gives you 5 weeks to complete it.

Many of us use a variety of fitness apps and ways to track our walks/hikes/runs etc.  The tracking is to keep it fun and interactive. It is also a way to help encourage each other to get out and stay active while supporting the amazing Ambassadors of Ashton.  

 

You also have the choice to not map it at all, just pay the registration fee of $35 and you will get the Swag.

Time Period - 5 weeks

 

You have 5 weeks to complete the challenge starting on Oct 5th and ending on Nov 8th. 

Here’s what you do:

 

To take part in the virtual challenge:

Register and pay your entry fee of $35. Then join the challenge in MapMyRun – You can walk, hike, run, skateboard or cycle, whatever you like to do to keep active.

We will be setting up a challenge in MapMyRun for those who would like to join and track each other virtually. Once you have paid the registration fee we will email you the link with details. Joining a challenge you can see how your mates are fairing make for a lot of fun.

Map and share with your own app:

Register and pay your entry fee of $35. Then join the challenge – You can walk, hike, run, skateboard or cycle, whatever you like to do to keep active.

T-shirts will be dispatched within 7-14 days after the registration fee has been paid.

 

 

 

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