[Updated 12/02/2022]

The event maps are available for use on a smartphone using the Avenza Maps app. It runs on Android or iOS (iPhones & iPads) and lets you display the event map in detail and see exactly where you are on it.

You don’t need to be within mobile phone range to use the map as it’s stored locally.

This will be invaluable in an emergency or if you are just unsure of your location on the course

Disclaimer:
These maps may be of assistance to you there is no guarantee that the data is without flaw of any kind or is wholly appropriate for your particular purposes.  Running Wild, Terrainium and Vicmaps disclaim all liability for any error, loss or consequences which may arise from your relying on any information contained in this material. Downloading these maps indicates your agreement to these terms.

Acknowledgments:
Contains Vicmap information © The State of Victoria, Department of Environment, Land, Water & Planning, 2015 reproduced by permission of the Department of Environment, Land, Water & Planning.  Route information has been derived from original various runner GPX files and Google Earth.

Instructions for downloading the Avenza Maps app and the event maps

NOTEThis web page should be viewed in a web browser on the phone or mobile device that you will be using for the event so that you can copy the links to the maps directly into Avenza Maps.

If you already have the app, go straight to Step 2:

  1. On your phone, go here and select App Store (iOS) or Google Play (Android), depending on your device. Install the app. NOTE that the app is free, but the latest version only allows you to load a maximum of 3 maps.
  2. You only need Maps 1, 2 and 3 to cover the full 100 Mile event.  Map 4 is for the new 10km, 16km and 25km events only.  You can load more than 3 maps by upgrading to a paid subscription, but this is not necessary.
  3. In the web browser on your phone, COPY the URL of the event map by long pressing on the appropriate map image below and selecting “Copy” (iPhone, iPad) or “Copy link Address/URL” (Android devices) on the menu that pops up. NOTE that if you simply click the map image, you will just see a better resolution view of the map, rather than copy the URL.
    • NOTE – you can skip this step if you are viewing this page on your PC or another device (like another phone) where you can see the QR Code, that square pattern next to the map name.  If this is the case, go straight to Step 3.

Map 1

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Map 2

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Map 3