Great holiday vibe and multi-faceted course between Dromana on the Port Phillip Bay side and Cape Schanck on the Bass Strait side. That’s a 28km crossing (or 56km double crossing) of the Mornington Peninsula… and not at the skinny bit! Up and over Arthur’s Seat for fantastic rural and coastal views. Through Greens Bush, the largest piece of remnant native bushland on the Peninsula. Along the cliff tops of Bass Straight approaching the lighthouse.
Usually capped at 1500 total participants, we wound up with 1150 due to Covid restrictions.
We’re sure hoping we can get back to usual in 2022. Check out the Facebook Group to keep updated on when more entries are available. It’s one of Australia’s premier destination trail events and you don’t want to miss out.
[email protected]
http://www.twobaystrailrun.com/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/146129888792978/
https://www.instagram.com/twobaystrailrun/

January 16, 2022
Cape Schanck
http://www.twobaystrailrun.com
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The number for participants for the whole event is capped to 1500.

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28 km
January 16, 2022 (Sunday) - 07:00
Running
28 kilometers
300 meters
7 Aid Stations
Cut off: 04:00 hours
Solo translation missing: en.services.transport_to_start Bag Storage Medals for finishers Toilets Expo Finishers Gift Beach Forest Hilly Ocean view Rural Sand Timed Trail

Great holiday vibe and excellent course between Dromana on the Port Phillip Bay side and Cape Schanck on the Bass Strait side. That’s a 28km crossing (or 56km double crossing) of the Mornington Peninsula… and not at the skinny bit! A little hill followed by bushland, rural and coastal views, topped off by enthusiastic helpers.

The number for participants for the race is capped to 1500.
56 km
January 16, 2022 (Sunday) - 07:00
Running
56 kilometers
600 meters
6 Aid Stations
Cut off: 08:00 hours
Solo Expo Medals for finishers Toilets Parking Photos translation missing: en.services.transport_to_start Beach Forest Hilly Mixed Ocean view Point to Point Rural Sand Timed

Great holiday vibe and multi-faceted course between Dromana on the Port Phillip Bay side and Cape Schanck on the Bass Strait side. That’s a 28km crossing (or 56km double crossing) of the Mornington Peninsula… and not at the skinny bit! Up and over Arthur’s Seat for fantastic rural and coastal views. Through Greens Bush, the largest piece of remnant native bushland on the Peninsula. Along the cliff tops of Bass Straight approaching the lighthouse.
Usually capped at 1500 total participants, we wound up with 1150 due to Covid restrictions.
We’re sure hoping we can get back to usual in 2022. Check out the Facebook Group to keep updated on when more entries are available. It’s one of Australia’s premier destination trail events and you don’t want to miss out.
[email protected]
http://www.twobaystrailrun.com/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/146129888792978/
https://www.instagram.com/twobaystrailrun/

The number for participants for the race is capped to 1500.
The information about this race is based on information provided by the organisers or found on the official website of the event. Always check the official website for up-to-date information. If you have noticed any mistake, let us know at [email protected]

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Results 2020: Two Bays Trail Run

56 km Matthew Whitaker grinded past more than 379 runners to win in 04:06:07, followed by John Dutton who finished with a time of 04:07:09. Benjamin Lucas got the third place in 04:23:18. For the women, it was Caroline Gavin who took the top spot in 05:13:51 , followed by Nicole Paton who finished with a time of 05:18:35. Finishing third
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Jean-Loup Fenaux | 13 Jan 2020 09:30
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Results 2018: Two Bays Trail Run

Two Bays Trail Run 56km Majell Backhausen outran roughly 284 runners to win with a time of 04:15:56. Ashley Bennett secured second in this year’s race with a time of 04:30:27. Kay Bretz (04:36:55) made notched third place. In the women’s race, it was Lucy Bartholomew who took the top spot in 04:33:58 , ahead of Tash Fraser (04:49:14). Finishing third
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Jean-Loup Fenaux | 14 Jan 2018 14:29
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Results 2017: Two Bays Trail Run

Two Bays Trail Run 56km The victory went to Francesco CIANCIO who crossed the finish line at 04:09:07. He bested Ashley HOFFMANN who crossed the finish line 14 minutes 53 seconds behind him. Luke PRESTON got the third place in 04:25:22. In the women’s race, Natasha FRASER took top honors by finishing the race in 04:42:04 , ahead of Kellie EMMERSON
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Jean-Loup Fenaux | 16 Jan 2017 09:52
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Two Bays Trail Run 56km

Hello, on January 13th 2013, you’ll be organizing the Two Bays Trail Run 56km. Can you tell us where it is located? Bottom right hand corner of Australia. On the Mornington Peninsula, not far from Melbourne. It’s where a lot of Melbournites spend their summer, so it has a real vacation vibe at that time of the year. The 28km event
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