How to get into the Hidden Valley Road race? | Runner’s World
The Hidden Valley is one of the biggest obstacle courses in the world and is held every spring in New Zealand.
Here are a few tips for the race that we’ve found helpful.
First, don’t be scared of the climb.
There are only a few sections of this course that you’re not supposed to run in.
If you do, you’ll be rewarded with an incredible view.
Second, you’re going to be a bit of a late bloomer.
You’re going through a pretty rough part of the race, but you might not have the endurance or the time to make the jump.
If that’s the case, we strongly recommend heading to the beginning of the course and making it a little easier on yourself.
Third, if you’re a runner and you’ve been training for this race for a long time, there’s a good chance that you’ve had training for the event before.
You’ve been working to build up a strong body and a strong mind and your training for Hidden Valley has been a major part of that.
Lastly, the course is short.
You can get to the start area about an hour and a half before the race starts.
If it’s not too crowded, it can take a bit longer.
For those who are interested in getting their foot in the door, the race is run in the winter, and there’s only one course available.
It’s not easy to get to, so be sure to plan ahead.
We’ve also included tips for what to wear for the course, but don’t worry, the runners themselves have a good idea what’s best for you.
Here’s how to get started: Read all the tips in the article above.
The Hidden River Road is one the most difficult obstacle courses on the planet, so you’ll want to do a little research.
This is a great way to learn more about what to expect at the race.
First off, the terrain will be steep, but if you follow these tips, it will be easy.
We highly recommend bringing some running shoes and an adequate amount of water, because this is one long climb.
If you’re ready to start, you should head to the parking lot to the left of the entrance to the course.
Here, there are lots of people who will be selling T-shirts and other merchandise.
Don’t forget to check out the vendor tent that is on the ground level of the parking garage.
There will be a few people selling food, too.
If they’re busy, they’ll try to sell you some merchandise at the bottom of the tent.
Once you’re at the entrance, head up the hill.
This trail is wide and easy to follow, and the hills are very steep.
There is a little bit of elevation, but it’s easy enough to walk on it.
At the top, you can start to see the race course from the beginning, so it’s a great place to start.
If there are runners around, they will be waiting for you at the start.
Once you’re all done, you won’t need to worry about getting your gear on.
You’ll be back on the course within an hour.
If the course gets a little crowded, you might have to wait a bit.
There’s also an area on the bottom level of parking that is used by spectators to watch the race from.
It’s important to note that the Hidden River is not a traditional obstacle course, and you’ll need to do some extra work to complete the race safely.
The course is divided into three parts.
The first section is a long straightaway that will take you from the starting point, where you will cross a bridge to a bridge crossing.
This section will be extremely difficult, so do everything you can to stay on the straightaway.
You should be able to cross the bridge safely in under 5 minutes, so make sure to be careful.
The second section of the trail is a short section, and it’s pretty easy to cross.
The downhill is relatively flat and it doesn’t take much to cross in under a minute.
Finally, you will be crossing the bridge that you just crossed into the first section.
You will need to make a turn to go up the other side of the bridge, so don’t panic.
As you’re making your turn, be sure you are following the course’s rules.
You may not see any runners at all, but they will probably be there to help you.
You are allowed to take photos of yourself and your gear and post them on social media.
You also have the option to give the runners a thumbs up or a thumbs down for good luck.
There may be runners who will not show up, so they will have to be patient and give you their time.
Now that you know what to do, head down the other hill to the finish line.
We found this to be an excellent place to park