📣 We’ve received a heap of feedback that some of our coast communities would love to get involved, but can’t make it to town often enough to participate. At the end of the day, this event is about setting a personal challenge, and getting outdoors and active with whānau. We hope that in other areas, communities can recreate that same awesome environment that Titirangi becomes during this event.
So with that in mind, you can now climb any of the awesome maunga in our region (or further afield), convert your climbs to match Titirangi – the home of the challenge, and enter them on the tracking platform along with everyone else.
To convert your climbs, you can use the handy chart below, or take the number of metres you’ve climbed (heaps of apps to find that), and divide it by 130 (that’s the height of Titirangi).
So if you climb 300 metres, you divide it by 130 (that equals 2.3), round it down because you’re honest 😉 and enter two climbs on the website.
Remember, Titirangi is a safe challenge environment. There are safety signs for cars, a one-way road and access is allowed. If you’re climbing other maunga, take safety precautions and make sure you’re allowed to be there.
Note: If you’re climbing Titirangi in Gisborne, walking from the bottom to the top, and back down counts as one climb. If you go up and over the maunga, then back again (climbing up the hill twice) that counts as two climbs.