Heading towards Lake Windermere, comparing the track years ago to today

27 December updates:

CMR 2021 COVID Safe Management Plan – version 3 which contains details of contract tracing management.

Full refunds will be provided for any runner withdrawing up to the commencement of the event.

The 2021 Cradle Mountain Run will be held on 6th February 2021

The event will be conducted in accordance to the CMR 2021 COVID Safe Management Plan – version 3.

Arrangements for the event are listed in 2021 CMR information.

All applicants must meet the Tasmanian Government criteria for entry and free movement throughout the state at the time of the event. These criteria may change prior to the event in February 2021. For further details review https://coronavirus.tas.gov.au/travellers-and-visitors.

Please note: if visitors do not meet the requirement for free movement within the Tasmania, they may be required to complete a 2 week hotel quarantine period costing $2800.

Training on the Overland Track during permit season.

Please be aware of the Overland Track Usage Guidelines (Link). There are limitations on access to the track outside of the event during permit season: 1 October to 31 May. During this period runners on a day pass are only allowed to Waterfall Valley from the North; Pelion Gap and Mt Ossa from the Arm River Track, and Pine Valley turn off from the South. Longer distances during permit season require an Overland Track Permit. From 1 June to 30 September runners with a National Parks pass may run in either direction any distance.

The Cradle Mountain Run. An 80 km run through Tasmania’s beautiful wilderness.