Capital to Coast

Capital to Coast is back for 2021 after a year in hibernation – we all agree last year is one to forget!  An overview of the event is available here, including information on the solo or team entry options.

Course Overview

Comprising nine stages from Canberra to the South Coast, the course takes in a mix of trail, fireroads and single track. We’re reworking the track for 2021 with more trail and less road! Stage information will be available soon here.

Entry Fees and Registration

Registration for the 2021 Capital to Coast will open soon, but you can access information about entry fees here. Ensure you have subscribed to our newsletter below for information about future events!

Event Guide and Newsletter

You can view the previous Capital to Coast Event Guide here for important information about the event, we’ll update it for 2021 soon. We also have an event newsletter, you can view previous copies of the newsletter here.

Volunteers

Events like the Capital to Coast rely heavily on volunteers to make the event a success! Click here to view the different volunteering options on offer across each of the stages from the Capital to the Coast.

Accommodation and Cafes

We’ve got a range of accommodation options to help you out, both in Canberra and at the coast, all with discounts available. There are some great cafes on route as well, which you’re going to need to refuel between stages!

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Capital to Coast is such a unique event, and one of the very best I have participated in! The trails are so beautiful and varied, through farmland, forests, mountains and beaches. The multi stage format creates a friendly festival atmosphere throughout the weekend that is so rewarding. Thinking back on it long after the event, you begin to realise that you have been part of something very special.

Doug Richards

C2C 100km soloist