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Peak to Peak - Event Cancelled

Multisport
Queenstown Otago
Solo from $140 to $205. Tandem from $360 to $490. Team from $220 to $360 44km, 5 stages (ski / board, bike, kayak, run, bike) + 960m elevation and 1,700m descent

The Peak to Peak winter multisport race, due to take place on the 16th of October 2021, has been cancelled due to Covid-19 restrictions.

The event is the South Island's biggest multisport race and is a 5 stage race from the Remarkables ski field to the finish at Coronet Peak. Participants will ski / board, bike, kayak, run and bike over the 44km distance.

The ski / board course starts at Curvey Basin on the Remarkables ski field and is a 2km race to the Remarkables base. Ski's and boards are exchanged for mountain bikes for the 17km ride from Remarkables base down the mountain road to Frankton beach. The 7km kayak leg takes place on stunning Lake Wakatipu from Frankton beach to Queenstown beach. Stage 4 is a 9km run from Queenstown beach to Arthurs Point. Finally in stage 5 participants will bike from Arthurs Point up 760m to Coronet Peak.

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The Peak to Peak winter multisport race, due to take place on the 16th of October 2021, has been cancelled due to Covid-19 restrictions.

The event is the South Island's biggest multisport race and is a 5 stage race from the Remarkables ski field to the finish at Coronet Peak. Participants will ski / board, bike, kayak, run and bike over the 44km distance.

The ski / board course starts at Curvey Basin on the Remarkables ski field and is a 2km race to the Remarkables base. Ski's and boards are exchanged for mountain bikes for the 17km ride from Remarkables base down the mountain road to Frankton beach. The 7km kayak leg takes place on stunning Lake Wakatipu from Frankton beach to Queenstown beach. Stage 4 is a 9km run from Queenstown beach to Arthurs Point. Finally in stage 5 participants will bike from Arthurs Point up 760m to Coronet Peak.