Burnt Out 100 Segment

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Accommodation Options

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a 4x4 vehicle to access the race route?

No, you don’t need a 4x4 vehicle. However, a vehicle with good ground clearance is recommended to navigate the terrain effectively.

What are the accommodation options available in the area?

Lodges, Cabins, and Chalets:

  • Kagga Kamma
  • Tierkloof
  • Inverdoorn
  • Elands Berg Tankwa National Park


  • Da' Doer Padstal
  • Tandschoonmaak
Where is the start line located?

The start line is located at the Tankwa Padstal Gate.

Where is the finish line?

The finish line is located at Da' Doer Padstal, where you can celebrate your achievement!

The venue offers:

  • A fully stocked bar
  • A plunge pool
  • Braai facilities with wood and braai packs for sale

It's the perfect spot to unwind after your run.

How do I enter my race results?

You can either scan the golden plaque in the Da' Doer Padstal or enter your results on the form provided on this page.

Rules of the Road

Unsanctioned Event: The Burnt Out 100 is an unsanctioned race and participants acknowledge and accept the associated risks involved in participating in such an event.

Unsupported Race: Participants understand and agree that the Burnt Out 100 is an unsupported race. There will be no aid stations, medical support, or other race infrastructure provided along the route. Participants are solely responsible for their own safety, well-being, and navigation.

Self-Sufficiency: Participants must be self-sufficient throughout the entirety of the race. This includes carrying all necessary food, water, navigation equipment, and any other supplies needed to complete the race.

Leave No Trace: Participants are required to adhere to the principles of Leave No Trace and must not leave any litter or waste along the race route. Any violation of this principle may result in disqualification from the race.

Environmental Considerations: Participants must respect the natural environment of the Tankwa Karoo and adhere to any specific environmental regulations or guidelines provided by race organizers.

Emergency Situations: In the event of an emergency, participants should be prepared to self-rescue or seek assistance from local authorities. Race organizers are not responsible for providing emergency assistance or rescue services.

Weather Conditions: Participants acknowledge that weather conditions in the Tankwa Karoo can be extreme and unpredictable. It is the responsibility of each participant to assess weather forecasts and prepare accordingly.

Health and Fitness: Participants should ensure that they are in good health and have the necessary fitness level to undertake the challenges of the Burnt Out 100. It is recommended that participants consult with a medical professional before participating in the race.

Liability Waiver: By participating in the Burnt Out 100, participants agree to waive any liability against race organizers, volunteers, sponsors, or other participants for any injury, loss, or damage incurred during the race.

Code of Conduct: Participants are expected to conduct themselves in a sportsmanlike manner and to show respect towards other participants, and the local community.

Have you completed the Burnt Out 100?

Use the form below to submit your race details. Share your triumphs, challenges, and memorable moments from the race. Whether you conquered the course solo or as part of a team, your story matters. Let us celebrate your accomplishment and mark your achievement in the Burnt Out 100 history.

ⓘ To access your team Garmin Strava account link, navigate to your strava account > share > copy. Your strava account must be public.

Burnt Out 100 Leaderboard!

Team 1

Team: Courtenay Gerber, Henco Visser, Leah Bell, Liam Vincent

Date Completed: 24th April 2024

Run Time: 7 hours, 59 minutes, 36 seconds