Online entries are closed but you can apply on the day to do one of the hardest trail runs in the region - this Saturday's Porcupine Gorge Challenge.
The annual run in beautiful Porcupine Gorge National Park just 70km from Hughenden takes in eight tough kilometres along the the bottom of the Gorge and finishes with a gruelling 1.5km climb to the top.
If you fancy making a last minute decision to enter, on-the-day registrations will be open on Saturday morning, June 15 from 7:50am to 8:50am.
In 2018 Hughenden high school teacher Nicholas Collingwood was first across the line in a blistering time of 44 minutes and 26 seconds.
Emma Burgess from Emerald was first woman across the line in 50.06.
This year's categories include open men's and women's and junior categories with shorter distances as well as a walker's event.
Participants have four hours to complete the course.
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