If the 21km of the 2018 Rhino Peak Challenge was not difficult enough, sleet, hail, wind and rain made conditions even tougher on World Rhino Day on Saturday, 22 September.
The 2018 edition of the Rhino Peak Challenge, taking place on World Rhino Day – 22 September, will see 20 elite adventure athletes and people of influence take on the iconic Rhino Peak in the Southern Drakensberg to raise funds for endangered species around South Africa.
As the pledges start to stream in for the 2018 Rhino Peak Challenge this Saturday, Rhino Africa Safari have entered a team of five participants for the gruelling trek up and down the famous Rhino Peak in the Southern Drakensberg.
The annual Rhino Peak Challenge, that falls on World Rhino Day on 22 September, will once again see an exciting group of ten elite runners chasing the elusive fastest known time (FKT) up and down the iconic Rhino Peak in the Southern Drakensberg in aid of endangered species.
World-renowned adventurer Sibusiso Vilane has committed to continuing his fight for endangered species when he takes part in the 2018 edition of the Rhino Peak Challenge on 22 September – World Rhino Day.
When the world celebrates World Rhino Day on 22 September, a group of elite athletes and people of influence will raise money for the conservation of rhino and other endangered species by taking on the annual run and hike up the iconic Rhino Peak in the Southern Drakensberg.
A record total of R308 000 was raised by the nine elite trail runners and the twelve celebrities that took part in the Rhino Peak Challenge on World Rhino Day last Friday, 22 September, on day that saw Kane Reilly lower the Fast Known Time for the race.
22 September marks World Rhino Day and the third edition of the Rhino Peak Challenge that sees 24 people from elite ultra-trail athletes to sporting celebrities and conservation heavy-weights tackle the Southern Drakensberg’s Rhino Peak to raise funds for the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT).
The upcoming Rhino Peak Challenge on World Rhino Day, 22 September, will see a group of 24 people, varying from elite ultra-trail athletes to celebrities and influencers, tackle the famous Rhino Peak in the Southern Drakensberg hoping to grow awareness and raise funds for the Endangered Wildlife Trust.