The GSER100 - Great Southern Endurance Run starting on Saturday, 16 November 2019 is a 100 mile endurance run like no other in the southern hemisphere.
The event will run every two years, reversing the course each time, giving runners the opportunity to run in both directions. In 2017 it went from Mt Buller to Bright, and will go from Bright to Mt Buller in 2019.
The Great Southern Endurance Run takes on the rugged and picturesque mountains and trails throughout the Victorian Alps. In an odd year event runners climb over 10,207m of ascent and tackle 11,464m of descent over 182km distance. In even year events those numbers are reversed.
In both iterations of the event, runners are challenged beyond their known capabilities and stripped bare to the soul in their quest to make it to the finish line of the most brutal, spectacular and amazing run in the southern hemisphere.
100 miles Solo
100 miles Relay