The Coastal Challenge – November Newsletter 2007

Last Week to Save $250 USD on “Route of Fire” Expedition Run in Costa Rica

TRUMBULL , CONN. — Runners from around the world can still save the $250 USD for early registration for The Coastal Challenge, the World’s Expedition Run TM, by signing up before the deadline this Friday, December 1, 2006, at 11:59 p.m. EST.

The early registration discount is being offered for just one more week for each of the event’s three categories including the Expedition Run (230-km course), Adventure Run (115-km course), and the Guest Adventure Tours (six-day, pre-planned, eco-adventure tours such as hiking, rafting, and more).

The all-new course of this year’s Coastal Challenge, “The Route of Fire,” will follow a tough northwestern route from Costa Rica’s volcanic region, along one of the last tropical dry forests in existence , through jungle terrain and lush rain forests, up to the Pacific Coast near the Nicaraguan boarder. Runners and guests will camp each night at a variety of locations starting with Rancho Margot ( at Lake Arenal and finishing at Bolanos Bay Hotel on the Pacific Coast, with a mix of remote and rugged sites along the way.

Runners and guests can register online, by wire transfer or by check. More information is available at: by emailing [email protected], or by calling 203-353-1608.

About The Coastal Challenge
Set on Costa Rica’s Northwest Coast, The Coastal Challenge ( is the “World’s Expedition Runâ„¢,” releasing runners over approximately 230 kilometers of exotic and wild Costa Rican coastline and mountainous regions. For six days, runners embrace the spirit of adventure, discovery and camaraderie within a long distance running competition while navigating volcanic regions, wide river crossings, rainforests, jungles, windswept highlands, beaches and rock outcroppings. It is an expedition run of epic proportions introducing competitors to the hospitality of the local Tico culture while testing their will and stamina.


Van Holmes
The Coastal Challenge
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