After a sucessful 2021 event, GSER is back for 2022, showcasing the best trails with the greatest views the Victorian high country has to offer!

GSER 2022 will include:
28 km – a great introduction to mountain running capturing the summit of Mt Feathertop before descending to the finishline.
56 km – *New for 2022* the perfect event for anyone wanted a day out in the mountains taking in multiple summits with epic views.
50 mile – for the trail lover whose done a 100 km event but wants more vert over less Km’s!
100 mile – the ultimate mountain adventure for all looking to tackle that next bucket list race!

And part of Race Director Megan’s vision for the event, is the #womenofgser group – an encouraging, empowering and supportive group of women getting out onto the trails!

We are very excited to see you and your trail crew in Harrietville, November 11th to 13th 2022.

Regards Matt and Megan (the Ultra Endurance Team)




What dates will GSER 2022 be held on?

November 11th to 13th 2022

Where will GSER 2022 be held?

GSER 2022 RACE HQ will be in Tavare Park – Harrietville, the little mountain town in the Victorian high country.

All 4 events will start and finish here and take place on trails within the Alpine National Park.

What events are planned for GSER 2022?

At GSER 2022 – we have 4 events on offer;

100mile – 161km’s with over 10,000m’s of elevation – Starting 6 am on November 11th.

50mile – 83km’s with over 5,000m’s of elevation – Starting 6 am on November 12th.

28k – 1800m’s of elevation, what goes up – must come down – Starting 8 am on November 12th.

56k – 2900m’s of elevation – summiting Mt Feathertop, and Mt Hotham – Starting 7 am on November 12th.

How do I qualify for GSER 2022?

With the lack of events and the availability to get to the Mountains to train in many parts of Australia and around the world over the past year, the qualifying process for GSER 2022 will be a little different.

We allow all entrants to qualify via uploading their race and/or training results. 

Check out our qualifying page for all the details on how to get your entry approved for GSER 2022.

Can I have a support crew and pacer?

Yes, you certainly can have a support crew (we encourage it – the more support for runners out on the trails and at the finish line the better) – check out our support crew page

Yes, Pacers are allowed for the 100 and 50-mile events – see the pacer page for more details

Who is the team behind GSER 2022?

The team behind the scenes of GSER 2022 is made up of past competitors and trail lovers alike, with the core management team taking over ownership of the event from former owners; Mountain Sports.

Matt Veenstra – Event Director: all-around trail lover who loves to give back to the trail running community.

Megan Harper – Race Director: Isn’t called the Happy Trail Runr for no reason and has been known to be very handy behind the camera and also is very well suited in front. 


2022 Events .

Starting and Finishing at Tavare Park in the Victorian Alps mountain town of Harrietville, Victoria on offer is our 100 mile, 50 mile, 28 km and 56 km events.

GSER 28km has been designed as an introduction to mountain running with the course tackling some very sweet single track trails and include some steep climbs with very rewarding views.

There is no doubt that this will take true grit and determination to finish, but what goes up, must come down and your trail crew will be awaiting your arrival at the finish line!

GSER 56 km provides all runners an epic day out on the trails. Our course showcases the iconic high country trails of North West Spur, Mt Feathertop, the Razorback, Mt Hotham and the Mt Hotham Huts walk trail, before descending Bon Accord track back to the finish line. 

If you’ve completed a coastal 56 km, your next challenge is a High country 56 km – we know which one is more rewarding and think you’ll love what we have in store for you!

The 50miler event has been designed to allow runners who have conquered a 56k or 60km trail running event to take that next step, with the desire of conquering the mountains.  

The course tackles trails that are predominantly single track and include the historical Australian Alps Walking Trail for many parts. The grit and determination it takes participants to finish will be nothing short of extraordinary. The experience along the way – is priceless.

Previously a point-to-point race, we have now opted for a course that will provide runners greater safety and comradery on many sections along the trail.

With 161.8 km’s and 10,685m’s of ascent, runners will be challenged beyond their known capabilities and stripped bare to the soul in their quest to make it to the finish line of the most spectacular and amazing trail runs in the southern hemisphere.


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