Top 55 photos from Saturday's  Peace Trail now up on our Facebook page! What a magic prelude to the Gold Status @ctmarathon with more than a few big smiles from participants. Happy Heritage day, everyone. South Africa certainly has a running heritage worth celebrating #peacetrail #heritageday 📸 @marksampsonct It takes a full crew to roll out a successful trail event, and more than a few good hearts. Sincere thanks to all the volunteers who brought such spirit and enthusiasm to this morning's Peace Trail. Wishing the 42.2km crew a massive day tomorrow! @ctmarathon #peacetrail @sanlam_group Smiles from the VOC - this is the heart of the logistics behind a trail event ❤ @ctmarathon #peacetrail Suzie the Sweep making sure you all come home safely, and in style! @ctmarathon #peacetrail And your top 4 men in the 22km, with much podium chirping! @ctmarathon #peacetrail Top 4 women in the 22km today! @ctmarathon #peacetrail Top three women in the 12km Peace Trail (link to results will be live later today!) @ctmarathon #peacetrail Second woman in the 22km Marion Lieberach says the gees out there is absolutely fantastic @ctmarathon #peacetrail First woman in the 12km is Leanda De Bruin! @ctmarathon #peacetrail ⚡⚡ First woman in the 22km is @biancat12 she absolutely flew through the course! 🔥⚡ @ctmarathon #peacetrail And Admire Rushika breaks the 12km tape! @ctmarathon #peacetrail How's this! Winner of the 22km Peace Trail @givemorerun chased home by Tranquil Gumbo 0.4 seconds behind him! Doesn't get hotter than this! 🔥@ctmarathon #peacetrail @asics_za

Gauteng Summer Trail Series® B'Sorah XL

11 November 2018

B'Sorah Summer XL TBC

For those looking for a bigger challenge than the usual long route, take on this longer XL version of the B'Sorah trails. This is a stand-alone race and these race results do not form part of the Gauteng Summer Trail Series® results.

Gauteng Summer Trail Series®

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Gauteng Summer Trail Series® B'Sorah XL11 November 2018

Get your trail running weekend fix on this classic high veld trail with a healthy mixture of winding forest single track, rocky bushveld trails, technical mountainous terrain and some river crossings, all at this year's Trail Series Summer XL at B'Sorah.

Entries are limited, we recommend entering online to avoid disapointment. 

Directions: Click here

Medals for all XL finishers

Prizes for category winners and spot prizes up for grabs

Click here for more information on categories

Please note, all venues, routes, distances and start times are subject to change. Any changes will be communicated on this website, via email and on social media.

Distance | TBC
Cut-off | 11:00
Start Time | 06:30
Cost | R330
Grading | TBC i

XL race

New XL route. Course Description coming soon!


Download the WTG here.

The Wildrunner Trail Grading system (WTG), was developed in 2009 and designed to help you make informed decisions on trail running events around the country. Unlike road running, trail running routes and races have many more facets to them, making them either harder or longer (in time) than you may expect.

Every race/event should give you the total distance and accumulative ascent, but using road running sense to work out your time based on these factors alone would be a mistake!

The three primary 'trail factors' affecting your overall time and effort on a trail run are as follows:
1. Terrain difficulty (easy or tricky?)
2. % single track/off-road to on-road (how much on difficult terrain?) 
3. Route severity (how steep?)


The three factors mentioned above have been expanded into an easy three part grading system. Each trail factor is listed below with the descriptions. Look out for races with a WTG and use this guide to make informed decisions.

'Technical' terrain = trail that is ‘busy’, that requires extensive concentration and trail running technique - for example a rocky hiking path, or a 4x4 track.
'Off-trail'= Describes sections that do not have any obvious or established route, for example a river bed, grass field or a section of beach. 
'Single-track' = Describing a trail that is narrow and typically only wide enough for one runner to run on at a time and in single file. Examples of typical single track would be a hiking trail, mountain bike trail, game trail, livestock trail

Cape Winter Trail Series®  - Tygerberg Nature Reserve: YELLOW 8B
Gauteng Summer Trail Series®  - Leeuwenkloof: ORANGE 7A
Jonkershoek Mountain Challenge 36km: GREEN 8B
Skyrun 100km: RED 9B

All Wildrunner events ( carry this grading system - look out for the grading on the event listing.


YELLOW = Easy, non-technical terrain, all on established trails and tracks
ORANGE= Moderately easy terrain, short sections of ‘technical’ terrain but largely easy running, all on established trails and tracks
GREEN = Moderate challenging terrain, with a mix of ‘technical’ and ‘non technical’ terrain, mostly on established trails and tracks but may or may not have extended sections regarded as being ‘off-trail’
BROWN = Moderately difficult terrain, more ‘technical’ terrain than ‘non-technical’ terrain, challenging but mostly on established trails and tracks although may or may not have extended sections regarded as being ‘off-trail’
RED = Difficult terrain, majority ‘technical’ terrain that is extremely demanding, may or may not have large sections on un-established trails and tracks


1 = 1-10%
2 = 11-20%
3= 21-30%
4 = 31-40%
5 = 41-50%
6 = 51-60%
7 = 61-70%
8 = 71-80%
9 = 81-90%
10 = 91-100%


A = Mostly runnable gradient 
B = Mostly runable gradient, but has some steep ascent and descent that may require walking 
C = Lots of steep ascent and descent that may require walking