Australian Alpine Ascent Triathlon
The Australian Alpine Ascent (AAA) Triathlon Festival is specifically designed to be the world’s most gruelling set of single day challenges held within daylight hours.
This location will test even the toughest of competitors and those willing to take the challenge, “into thin air”.
From the initial swim location of Lake Jindabyne you will transition onto the cycle which will see you reach heights up to 1964 metres before throwing on your shoes for a run which will be a combination of road and trail tracks.
You’ll cross through locations like Dead Horse Gap, Perisher, Charlotte Pass, and the Thredbo Village Green; it’s brutal, but it’s beautiful, and the courses have been designed to showcase the very best of the Snowy Mountains along the way.
This Festival is quickly becoming the Southern Hemisphere's benchmark event, testing speed, stamina and strength, and is expected to draw a world-class group of endurance athletes set to take on new heights Down Under.
The 2018 festival includes two triathlons (three/124/28 kilometres and 1.5/50/nine kilometres) and two trail runs (25 kilometres and 50 kilometres).
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