Oxfam Trailwalker, March 28 - 29, 2015, Taupō
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Oxfam Trailwalker is the most life changing, team building, foot slogging, friendship forming, group hugging experience...ever!
This weekend, March 28 - 29, 2015 at scenic Lake Taupō, teams of 4 will walk 100km together in under 36 hours to help save and improve lives. What makes the 2015 extra special is it will be the 10th Anniversary event of this epic adventure in New Zealand.
You can take part in this incredible challenge next year. Entries for 2016 will open in late July. Fill in this form to register your interest or find out more.
Finish line festival
Alongside the finish line, in celebration of 10 years of Oxfam Trailwalker in Taupō, we are excited to bring you the Oxfam Autumn Fest, a FREE all ages concert featuring top NZ bands Cornerstone Roots, Batucada Sound Machine, solo artist Jesse Sheehan and DJ R.I.A alongside local bands and cultural groups.
There’ll also be stalls selling a range of delicious food and drinks, a beer and wine garden and fun activities for the kids making a great day out. We hope that the Taupo community will come along to cheer on the Sunday finishers and that teams and support crew will return to the domain to listen to some sounds (we guess dancing will be out of the question!) Find out more
Course flyover video
See what the teams are going through. Watch the course flyover video to see just how long 100km really is or check out the trail details and maps.
Oxfam Trailwalker is an annual fundraising event organised and promoted by Oxfam New Zealand. We believe a safer, fairer, more sustainable world is possible. By being part of our work through Oxfam Trailwalker you are helping people live a life of hope and opportunity.
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Looking for a team?
Want to take on the challenge but haven’t found teammates yet? No worries – check out our top tips for finding a team. Check out our Lonely Boots notice board where teams and individuals can post a message looking for others to walk 100km with.