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Bantry Bay Adventure Race – 25 August 2018
Aug 25, '18 at 8:00 am - 2:30 pm€55
Tackle West Cork’s terrain this August at the Bantry Bay Adventure Race
The event, on Saturday 25th August 2018, begins with a 5k run on Whiddy Island. Then you’ll kayak back across Bantry (1500m approx.), and cycle out onto the Sheep’s Head peninsula (22.8k approx.) before returning to a hero’s welcome in the bustling harbour town of Bantry.
Test yourself against West Cork’s landscapes and this world-famous bay as an individual participant, or join with friends to form a relay team. This is an exciting challenge for anyone who wants to get active on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. The double kayak section of the course means that this is a test of teamwork as well as of individual ability.
The Adventure Race makes the most of the Bantry Bay Blueway route and the Sheep’s Head’s walking and cycling trails. BBAR 2018 is an amazing opportunity for you to experience some of the most scenic places in West Cork. Don’t miss out on the limited places on offer!
Solo competitors can choose between 8.20am and 9.20am start waves. All relay teams must start at 8.20am.
Bantry Bay Adventure Race is a unique challenge and a great way of raising funds for three important local organisations: CoAction, Bantry Inshore Rescue Association, and Whiddy Island Development Association.
If you have any queries about the Bantry Bay Adventure Race, contact us [email protected]
Telephone: 086 303 0991