This Point-to-point race starts just off Kennedy Highway in Kuranda and follows Black Mountain Road and the Bump track to Port Douglas. The course runs through native rainforest, open eucalypt forest, pine plantations and crosses picturesque creeks. It is a scenic course incorporated in the Mowbray National Park within the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. The pyramid-shaped Black Mountain is a prominent feature of the race. The tropical rainforest is home to the endangered southern cassowary, a flightless bird that can grow to two metres in height.When: 14 August 2016
Status: Non-certified trail race of 64 km. Other options include a 64 km relay and the 16 km Bump to Beach races.
How long in existence: Inaugural race was held on 28 August 2011.
64km: Male – Glen Robinson (2013) 5:14:07; Female – Nikki Wynd (2013) 5:52:38
|2011||Ben Carter||5:45:14||Julie Sager||6:41:58|
|2012||Oliver Zambon||5:27:19||Mandy Noble||6:06:18|
|2013||Glen Robinson||5:14:07||Nikki Wynd||5:52:38|
|2014||Steve Cunningham||5:55:47||Yvette Edward||6:09:18|
|2015||David von Senden||6:04:17||Sonya Alba-Miller||7:02:06|
Cairns Road Runners and Triathlon Club 2011-2013
Dynamic Running Ltd. 2014-onwards