About Mountain to Surf
Mountain to Surf was first thought of in 1979, with the first event held in 1980.
The 2018 event will be the 39th annual running of the ‘Mountain to Surf’.
- Men: Gene Rand 02:42:55
- Women: Louise KOWALESKI 03:06:51
The current record holders from 2017 (a change in course layout) are:
- Men: Gene KAND – 02:42:55 (set in 2017)
- Women: Louise KOWALEWSKI – 03:06:51 (set in 2017)
The record holders (1980 to 2016) are:
- Men: Matt DRAVITZKI – 02:13:02 (set in 2006)
- Women: Bernie PORTENSKI – 02:34:39 (set in 1992)
Bayleys 2018 Mountain to Surf Marathon
ONLINE ENTRIES OPEN NOW
If you want to do a postal entry, download entry form
To help you with your training, runs/walks are being held from the Shoe Clinic each Tuesday night at 5.30pm.
The next information evening will be held at the Shoe Cinic on Thursday 16 November from 5.30pm to 6.30pm. Nathan Coombes will be speaking on ‘Injury Prevention’. Spot prizes to be won.
Our Chosen Charity - The Taranaki Retreat
Bayleys Mountain to Surf Marathon have chosen the Taranaki Retreat, as our event charity for 2018. All funds raised will go directly to supporting this local suicide prevention initiative.
The Taranaki Super Challenge
Complete Taranaki’s premier endurance events over the summer of 2018. Take up the challenge, diary dates, set your training programme in motion and visit respective event websites for entry details. Information on Super Challenge
A huge thanks to BTW Company for developing an interactive map for our event.
Marathon: 42.2km point to point course from the gates of Egmont National Park to East End Reserve, Nobs Line, New Plymouth. Medals for all marathon finishers. Click here to view a map of the course.
Shoe Clinic Half Marathon: 21.1km point to point course from Lepperton Hall, Richmond Street, Lepperton to East End Reserve, Nobs Line, New Plymouth. Click here to view a map of the course.
Half Marathon Two-Person Team Relay: 21.1km point to point course from Lepperton School, Whitcombe Street, Lepperton to East End Reserve, Nobs Line, New Plymouth. Changeover on Corbett Road at approximately 11.10km. Click here to view a map of the course.