RAIDERS OF THE LAST ARC
Welcome to the 20th anniversary of the ARC Adventure Race!
At the beginning of the 21st Century we ran our first ARC Adventure Race, “Journey into the Unknown”, and it really has been a journey into the unknown.
Along that journey we have had a lot of fun, got to explore some beautiful country, met some amazing people and made a lot of friends.
To celebrate our 20th year of running the ARC Adventure Race we are introducing the new format of adventure racing called the “Adventure Rogaine”
A diverse range of activities to keep you on your toes
Other Water activities
16 Hour Challenge
16 years & over
Open Challenge – with kayaking
Open Challenge – with alternate water activity
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Priced from :
$255.00 Per person
Adult team of 3 or 4
$276.25 Per person
Adult team of 2
$127.50 Per person
School team of 4
The ARC adventure race is a fantastic event. The longest running New Zealand adventure race it incorporates the best of the Coromandel, spectacular but achievable physical and mental challenges, and is run by and attracts great people. It’s a must do for people of all ability looking for a team orientated outdoor event that also supports a great cause. We love it.
The ARC Adventure race is truly unique. The ARC team have developed a formula where it is more about the adventure than it is about the race…it is about teamwork, camaraderie and friendship. Our team has competed in every ARC race and the quality of the adventure just keeps getting better every year. This is the event that epitomises everything that is good about adventure racing and we wouldn’t miss it for anything!
“Magic! Another exceptionally creative and fun event from the masters of Adventure Racing course design”. Team Orion went on to become the Adventure Racing World Champions and in 2009 won the Primal Quest.
"Another formidable but fun-filled and memorable challenge from the creative but twisted minds of the ARC team - we loved it!"
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