The 8,3 km track runs through Luitemaa Nature Reserve and offers beautiful nature views and moderate athletic challenge for everyone. There’s a lot of activities in the program for the whole family. In addition to the main race there is also nordic walking/walking. For the first time in history it is possible to take part in timed nordic walk/walk.
For all the dog lovers the Dune Canicross (5,4 km), that is unique in Estonia, takes place. Canicross is the sport of cross country running with dogs. Dog owners, who prefer a more calmer pace, can take part of Dog Hike, that is 8,3 km long.
The youngest in the family can put their abilities to the test in children’s races. All children between 2-11 years of age are welcome to participate. The children’s race track is ca 400 m long and runs along dirt road. After the children’s races, parents who want to take part in races/walks, can leave their children in supervised childcare.
In the Heart Week tent, it is possible to let your blood pressure taken or to measure your blood sugar and cholesterol. The service is provided on presentation of the bib.
This year the expected number of participants is about a thousand.
The Dune Race, with Two Bridges Race and Two Stadium Race, is part of Two Bridges Club Triple Event. The aim of the Triple Event is to motivate sport enthusiasts to be active around the season.